I offer lower fees than most psychotherapists and parent coaches in the Washington DC area, and will see clients on a sliding scale, if necessary.

The average cost of a 60 minute session of individual or couples therapy is $220. 

Parent consults are $195 for a 60 minute session. 

Initial parent consults are usually 90 minutes in length, and the fee is $255.

Although I am an out of plan provider, most insurance companies will reimburse you for a good portion of your therapy.

The receipt provided at the end of the month is formatted to submit for reimbursement.  It will be up to you to submit to your own insurance company.

Cash, check and all major credit cards are accepted for payment.

Please notify me at least 24 hours in advance, if you cannot make your appointment. If you do not show up, or cancel less than 24 hours in advance, you will be required to pay the full cost of the session.


Other than certain specific exceptions described below which I have an obligation to disclose, you have the absolute right to the confidentiality of your therapy. I cannot and will not tell anyone else what you have told me, or even that you are in therapy with me without your prior written permission.

Under the provisions of the Health Care Information Act of 1992, I may legally speak to another health care provider or a member of your family about you without your prior consent, but I will not do so unless the situation is an emergency. I will always act so as to protect your privacy even if you do release me in writing to share information about you. You may direct me to share information with whomever you chose, and you can change your mind and revoke that permission at any time.

You may request anyone you wish to attend a therapy session with you. You are also protected under the provisions of the Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

If you elect to communicate with me by email at some point in our work together, please be aware that email is not completely confidential.

The following are legal exceptions to your right to confidentiality. I would inform you of any time when I think I will have to put these into effect.

If I have good reason to believe that you will harm another person, I must attempt to inform that person and warn them of your intentions. I must also contact the police and ask them to protect your intended victim.

If I have good reason to believe that you are abusing or neglecting a child or vulnerable adult, or if you give me information about someone else who is doing this, I must inform Child Protective Services within 48 hours and Adult Protective Services immediately.

If I believe that you are in imminent danger of harming yourself, I may legally break confidentiality and call the police or the county crisis team. I am not obligated to do this, and would explore all other options with you before I took this step. If at that point you were unwilling to take steps to guarantee your safety, I would call the crisis team.

If you and your partner decide to have some individual sessions as part of the couples therapy, what you say in those individual sessions will be considered to be a part of the couples therapy, and can and probably will be discussed in our joint sessions. Do not tell me anything you wish kept secret from your partner. I will remind you of this policy before beginning such individual sessions.