How much does therapy cost?
I offer a sliding scale and work with clients to set the fee per session. This is discussed during the initial appointment and throughout the treatment as needed. If you’re unsure whether you can afford therapy, please don’t hesitate to contact me anyway so that we can discuss my sliding scale and try and make it work. In the event that we are unable to do so, I will provide you with a referral to other treatment options.
Do you take insurance?
I am not an in network provider on any health insurance panels at this time. If you have out of network benefits I am able to offer guidance regarding what questions to ask the insurance company before deciding to use your out of network benefits for therapy as well as provide the documentation necessary to submit claims for payment reimbursement.
How long does therapy take?
The length of time that someone stays in treatment is unique and depends on factors such as what’s bringing you in as well as what your personal goals are. I believe that the decision to end treatment can be made collaboratively between you and I, however ultimately the choice to stop is yours.
Why do you have two offices?
It’s important that your therapist’s office is conveniently located. Some people like to go to therapy near their residence; others prefer to go near their job. I find that having two offices helps make my practice more accessible.
What are your office hours?
Office hours are by appointment. I am in my Tribeca office on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and am in my Brooklyn Heights office on Wednesdays. Please call 518.894.8512 to schedule an appointment.