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Important Information

Please read prior to scheduling an appointment.

I accept all major credit cards as well as Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA). Payment is due at time of service unless billing to insurance. A debit/credit card is required to schedule and hold an appointment, but you will not be charged until the time of service.

Cancellation policy
There is a 24 hour cancellation policy. If appointments are not cancelled prior to this time, you will be financially responsible for the session you missed and your credit card will be charged a $100 fee.

Scheduling your first appointment

  • I am currently offering both telehealth and in-person sessions. Note: if using insurance, please verify that your plan will cover telehealth sessions.
  • You will be prompted to add a debit/credit card to hold your appointment.
  • You can find detailed information about rates and insurance HERE.
  • After requesting an appointment, you will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours that will include a link to the portal. You will be asked to complete several forms, including consent forms, some information about yourself, and a health and nutrition assessment form. These are to be completed at least 48 hours prior to your appointment.
  • If you plan to use insurance, you must call your insurance company to verify your benefits PRIOR your appointment. Therefore, when using insurance, I recommend scheduling your appointment at least one week out to ensure adequate time to complete this information and to verify insurance benefits prior to the appointment.

If you have additional questions, please visit the FAQ.

Schedule initial consultation

To schedule a 15 min complimentary phone call prior to booking an initial consultation, please complete the Contact form.

No Surprises Act 

The federal No Surprises Act became effective January 1, 2022. The law aims to help clients understand health care costs in advance of care and to minimize unforeseen or surprise healthcare bills. Under this Act, you have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost.

If you do not have insurance or are not using insurance to pay for care, under these protections, you can ask your healthcare provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service.

For details, please visit the from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.