Fees and Appointments
My fee is $170 per session.
Sessions are 50 minutes.
Child sessions are 45 minutes.
Notes on Frequency of sessions: please read
Psychotherapy is a process and developing greater continuity allows the process to deepen, become richer in content, and facilitates deeper self discovery and insight. Psychotherapy sessions for adults involve meeting once or twice a week. Twice weekly meetings are strongly recommended.
After an initial assessment, psychotherapy sessions for children involve meeting twice weekly. To establish a process with a child requires greater contact than once weekly meetings usually provides.
Parent meetings are also scheduled as needed (6-12 times per year).
Children on the Autistic Spectrum
Opportunity for emotional and social contact and for working through anxieties and building relationships requires time, space, and togetherness. Children with a diagnosis on the Autistic Spectrum will be seen twice or three times per week as well as being referred for evaluation for sensory processing capacities when indicated. This opens the door to receiving individually tailored occupational therapy and physical therapy with cooperating providers to help integrate developmental learning functions.
Psychoanalytic sessions for children and adults involve meeting three or four times a week. The depth of self discovery possible in this setting is qualitatively different than other approaches.
If you are unable to afford the fee of $170 per session, a modified fee structure can be requested to make intensive work more accessible.
Modified Fee Structure
2x per week $150 per session
3x per week $140 per session
4x per week $130 per session
Supervised Self Analysis of Dream Life (SSADL)
An intimate form of consultation, mindfulness, exploration, and mentoring that usually involves a weekly meeting as well as a commitment to record dreams in detail and to regularly share those dream reports as the center of the process.
Updated on August 27, 2019
Fees are subject to change over time
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