What insurance do you accept?
I am contracted with most insurance companies within Vermont. They include: BCBS, MVP, Cigna, Medicaid, Bollinger, United (Harvard Pilgrim), Aetna
I encourage new clients to contact their insurance company before scheduling an appointment. With the growing trend of high deductibles, I find it is helpful for clients to know their financial responsibility before starting therapy to prevent feeling blindsided by a possible expense.
What are your Office Hours?
I see clients Tuesday through Thursday from 9am until 4pm (3pm being my last appointment of the day).
Do you provide telehealth Therapy appointments?
Yes, I have the training and capacity to provide telehealth appointments through the platform Zoom.com. Telehealth appointments are approved and paid by insurance companies. Deductibles and co-pays remain the same as in-office appointments.
I don’t have insurance. Do you offer out of pocket payment?
Yes, I do have an out-of-pocket rate. I also offer a sliding scale fee based on income.
What if I’m unsure about committing to a full appointment and want to meet you before committing?
I encourage individuals who are interested in pursuing therapy to explore their options. Finding a therapist can be daunting and anxiety producing. With that, inquiring if a therapist offers a “Meet & Greet” is a valuable opportunity to get a feeling for a therapist and determine whether a connection could be made. So yes, I do offer Meet & Greets.
What if I’m interested in the yoga thing?
If TCTSY is appealing to you, let me know. We can discuss whether it makes more sense for TCTSY to be applied within your therapy hour or if joining a series might be useful. Currently, I offer Embodied Yoga classes to women at Inner Heat Yoga in Brattleboro seasonally. They are closed groups that run 4-6 classes per series. These classes are self-pay with a sliding scale fee.