Fees and Insurance

Payment is expected at the time of service. I currently accept cash, check or credit card. My rates range from $150 to $200 per session.


$ 180

Per Session


$ 200

Per Session

individual session

$ 150

Per Session

couple's session

$ 165

Per Session

& report writing

$ 175

Per Session

If you do not have insurance and are unable to afford the fees noted above, please contact me so that we can discuss an arrangement.

Most sessions are 45-50 minutes in length. Intake sessions may last up to 90 minutes depending on how we schedule it. If phone calls or extended email contacts are required for treatment, the first 15 minutes are free and you will be charged a pro-rated fee for the remaining time.

I am a participating provider for a number of insurance plans including:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem (Blue Cross/Blue Shield)
  • Cigna / Evernorth
  • Community Health Options / Beacon Health Strategies
  • Harvard Pilgrim / United
  • Humana
  • MaineCare
  • Medicare
  • Martin’s Point Behavioral Health
  • MMC Physician-Hospital Organization
  • Multiplan
  • Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)
  • Optum / United Behavioral Health

Please call me to ask specific questions: 207-773-2828 x107.

If I am not a participating provider for your current plan, I can work with you as an out-of-network provider and assist you with the billing and reimbursement process. Sometimes these benefits may be comparable to your in-network coverage. Please contact your insurance company’s member services to determine if you have out-of-network benefits. On the Forms page I have a handy guide on how you can check your out-of-network benefits with your insurance provider. If you wish, you may also decide to pay privately.

If you have questions about the insurance process, you can ask me or look online.

Insurance Questions (provided by Mental Health America) – FAQ about mental health coverage
Mainecare Eligibility Information (provided by Maine Equal Justice Partners)

Please note that when using your insurance benefits for psychotherapy, most insurance companies require information, such as a diagnosis, that will become part of your medical record.