My practice is primarily virtual in order to meet the needs of my clients. I am so excited to be offer this for clients who would not otherwise be able to attend therapy due to work conflicts, parental responsibilities, or other life circumstances.
If you're used to in-person therapy, feel free to ask me questions about virtual therapy during our phone consultation!
How long are sessions and how many will I need?
For new psychotherapy clients, I do one 53-minute evaluation session, which includes a biopsychosocial assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plan. Further psychotherapy sessions are also 53 minutes. We use every minute so be prepared to work!
I typically recommend starting with weekly12-16 sessions, with treatment plan review at regular intervals throughout treatment.
What is my cost if I go through insurance?
If you are planning to use your insurance for mental health services, I recommend calling your insurance to see what they will cover. If in-network insurance is being billed by Herway Counseling, clients are responsible for the copay or coinsurance as well as the allowable amount if their deductible is not met, or the full Herway Counseling fee amount if insurance does not cover the services.
If you would like to use your out-of-network benefits, you are responsible for the full fee of your session. You will be sent an invoice which you can then turn in to your insurance for reimbursement, according to your plan benefits.
If you are unsure of your co-pay, a $25 charge will be charged to your credit or debit card and credited toward your account. My billing specialist will inform you of your co-pay prior to our first session if an insurance card is provided at the time of scheduling. All fees are due at time of scheduled session, unless other arrangements are made in advance.
What if my insurance is not listed?
If your insurance is not listed and you would like to work with me, you can use the self-pay or HSA option. If you would like to use your out-of-network benefits, you are responsible for the full fee of your session. You will be sent an invoice which you can then turn in to your insurance for reimbursement, according to your plan benefits.
If your insurance is not listed but you need a provider that does take your insurance, you can contact your insurance to find providers that are paneled with your insurance.
GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE: If you are paying out of pocket for therapy, you have a right to a “Good Faith Estimate”, which will explain how much care will cost. Contact me to receive a Good Faith Estimate.