Common Things People Want To Know
What Are Your Fees?
Traditional sessions are 50-minutes in length and range from $155-$175 depending on session type. At times sessions will require extended length, charged at the same rate, and will be prorated appropriately.
Do You Accept Insurance?
I am not a contracted provider with insurance plans and am therefore an out-of-network provider. This means clients pay the full fee for services at the time the services are provided. You may pay with cash, credit card (including HSA/FSA cards), or check, and if you require a super bill to submit for reimbursement with your insurance provider, you may discuss this with your therapist.
How Do I Schedule?
You may contact me here to begin the process of scheduling. All scheduling is done directly with the therapist and not through this website. Once scheduled, I do require that all cancellations and requests to reschedule are made with at least 24 hours notice prior to your appointment time. If you are unable to make your appointment, please let me know at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled appointment.
How Long Does Therapy Last?
This is a question many people want to know, yet one question that cannot be answered. After the first few sessions I will discuss my assessment with you and discuss treatment planning, but I cannot know how many sessions we will meet before you will effectively meet your treatment goals. My approach to therapy addresses the deeper root rather than only addressing the symptom, so most of my clients choose long-term care to continue the work toward lasting change.
What is Sex Therapy?
The State of Texas does not protect the term “sex therapy” or regulate required training for mental health professionals to provide “sex therapy”. It is also not a consistent requirement for mental health training programs or state licensure to have completed a course in human sexuality.
Through the Institute for Sexual Wholeness and the American Board of Christian Sex Therapists (ABCST) I have received 150+ clock hours of graduate level training in sex therapy and am currently completing 200 clock hours of clinical supervision to meet certification requirements as a Certified Sex Therapist. As an Associate Member of the American Board of Christian Sex Therapists I maintain all requirements for certification including annual membership through ABCST and on-going continued education credits, consultation, and mentorship. Currently, there are approximately 200 professionals that have completed this specific certification process in the United States. I am honored to be part of this exceptional group leading the way for high standards of care in Christian Sex Therapy.
Do You Offer Online Therapy?
Online therapy is a service I offer to Texas residents who are seeking services that I provide via tele-health. If you are interested in online therapy, please use the contact page, and I will contact you for a brief consultation to determine if I am able to provide online care for the concerns you are wanting to address.
Can I Get a Superbill?
A superbill is the document you will need to submit any claims to your insurance. It will include the services provided with service codes, diagnosis codes and all billing and tax ID information necessary to file a claim. If your treatment qualifies for this service, I am able to provide this documentation. You will need to discuss this with your clinician to see if your treatment qualifies.