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Policies and Fees
Standard and Negotiated Fees
Fees are negotiable. Contact me for more information.
Under Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, health care providers and health care facilities are required to provide private pay and uninsured individuals with a "good faith estimate" of all anticipated costs and fees at their request or upon scheduling or providing healthcare items and services, both orally and in writing.
This means that once we mutually agree upon a session fee, set our goals and objectives for therapy, and decide how often we will meet, I will provide you with a good faith estimate of the long-term costs of our work together. We will revisit this estimate together if the frequency of our sessions, our goals, or the fees we've previously agreed upon change.
Learn more about your rights and the No Surprises Act here: https://www.apaservices.org/practice/legal/managed/good-faith-estimate-notice.pdf
A "No Show" will result in a charge for the appointment, which must be paid before any future scheduled appointments. A "No Show" will also result in the cancellation of all future scheduled appointments if I do not hear from you within 24 hours of that appointment. A pattern of "No Shows" may result in the termination of all services. Do not hesitate to contact me with your additional questions or concerns related to this policy.
Life happens! If you must cancel your appointment, please inform me within 24 hours of our session to avoid incurring charges.
Late cancellations (i.e., any cancellation outside of the 24-hour window) may be charged as a session at my discretion. Allowances may be made in the event of emergencies. If you have questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me.
Privacy: Uses and Disclosures of Your Information Requiring Your Authorization
There may be times when I need to use your disclose your personal health information and/or my psychotherapy notes to other outside parties for purposes that extend outside the bounds of normal treatment and billing procedures.
I will seek your specific written permission before using or disclosing your information in these cases.
You can revoke permission to use or disclose your information or my notes in writing, except in cases where a) I have relied on that authorization, or b) authorization was obtained as a necessary condition for billing services.
Privacy: Uses and Disclosures of Your Information Not Requiring Your Authorization
I may use or disclose your personal health information and/or my personal notes in cases that do not require your permission. These cases include: