Rates & Insurance

Care for All

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  • Individual counseling and psychotherapy $130.00 sliding scale $110.00 per session (50 minutes)
  • Couples therapy, relationship coaching, marriage counseling $150.00 per session (60 minutes)
  • Family therapy (multiple person setting) $150.00 per session (90 minutes)
  • Team Couples therapy with a male/female therapist team $300.00 per session (90 minutes)
  • Team Family therapy with a male/female therapist team $300 per session (90 minutes)
  • Speaking Engagements, Workshops, Seminars, Presentations -On request- Call for pricing
  • Forensic Clinical Services/Court Ordered Treatment-Call for Pricing
  • Breakthrough Parenting Class: $30.00 Per hour session minimum 12 sessions for completion letter (60 min)
  • Individual Court-Ordered Therapy $110.00 sliding scale (60) minimum (12 to 52) sessions for completion letter depending on court order
  • Domestic Violence Victims: $30.00 Per hour/session (60) minimum (12 to 52) sessions for completion letter depending on court order
  • Anger Management Class: $30.00 Per hour/session (60)minimum (12 to 52) sessions for completion letter depending on court order
  • Court Ordered Enrollment, Progress and Completion letters $20.00 per letter
  • Court Ordered Mental Health Assessments with Diagnosis $200.00- (2 hours) Court Report: $100.00
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Costs Of The Initial Consultation.

According to psychotherapy and coaching research the initial consultation is one of the most important sessions and has a considerable influence on the success of the further process. In the initial consultation we will discuss the topics and challenges which you are facing, the terms and conditions of your court ordered treatment, your expectations of me and how I think I can help you. Most importantly it should also be used to evaluate the fit between us on an interpersonal level. We need to gel for our work together to be effective. Should that not be the case I will suggest alternate ways for you to proceed. The initial consultation has in any event an intrinsic value and is therefore chargeable at the standard rate.

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Accepted Insurance Plans:

Verify your health insurance coverage when you arrange your first visit.

  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Beacon
  • Blue Shield California Promise =Medicare and Medical
  • Cal MediConnect Medicare and Medical
  • LA CARE Medi-cal
  • LA CARE Cal-MediConnect
  • LA Care Health Plan Medi-Cal
  • LA Care Health Plan Cal Mediconnect
  • Care1st Health Plan Cal-Mediconnect
  • Care1st Health Plan- Medi-Cal
  • Care1st Medicare Advantage
  • Caremore
  • Cigna
  • Cigna Medicare
  • EAP
  • Health Net
  • MHN
  • MHN Medi-cal
  • MHNet Behavioral Health
  • Medicare
  • Victims of Crime
  • Out of Network

Services provided are covered by most PPO insurance plans. For those who wish to use their insurance to pay for services, payment is expected at the time of service. We will provide you with a superbill receipt that has the necessary information for reimbursement by your insurance company. Most insurance companies will reimburse a percentage of the fees for an out-of-network provider. Check with your insurance company to determine what percentage they will cover. Medicare is also acceptable form of payment however needs to be preauthorized prior to commencement of treatment.

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Duration Of Psychotherapy & Group Sessions.

The question of how long psychotherapy or groups processes take is difficult to answer as there is no standard time. Duration is dependent on a number of factors including: the court order, the nature of a problem and its urgency, personal goals, the personalities involved etc. I work with methods which place great value on efficiency and as such aim to enable solution-building within as short a time frame as possible. Court Ordered Psychotherapy Counseling processes can mostly be wrapped up within 12 or 14 sessions; however some clients have court ordered 52 weeks of treatment. Other times changing the habits of a lifetime for them takes time and practice so it depends on the severity of the case and how the client is responding to the treatment.

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