collaborative with my clients, where sessions are
more like a conversation between peers than a
traditional doctor patient relationship. I do not
view my client's issues as coming from an abnormal
psychopathology, but instead as normal reactions to
living in a stressful, complex, and contradictory
world. I seek to understand each of my client’s
issues in the context of his/her unique experience
rather than viewing them as having something wrong
with them. I provide an atmosphere of respect,
devoid of judgment to allow our work to reach an
agreed upon outcome.
This is a special place,
one in which you are heard and can discover.
Per Session: $110.00 for a 45-50 minute
fee services are available on a limited basis.
cash, check or credit card. Credit cards are
accepted via PayPal and arrangements must be
made before your first appointment.
Most insurance is accepted. Please call your
insurance company to verify your benefits.
How do I know if my insurance will pay for
The best way to find out if your insurance will
pay for a particular counselor is to look on the
insurance company's website or call them and ask
what your coverage is for that counselor. You
will need to have the counselor's name and
credentials when you call (ex. Amy Camp Ryan,
be covered in full or in part by your health
insurance or employee benefit plan. Please check
your coverage carefully by asking the following
Do I have
mental health benefits?
my deductible and has it been met?
sessions per calendar year does my plan
does my plan cover for an out-of-network
the coverage amount per therapy session?
approval required from my primary care
If you do not
show up for your scheduled therapy appointment,
and you have not notified me at least 24 hours
in advance, you will be required to pay the full
cost of your session.
and complete the Client Information Form and the
Information and Consent Form prior to our
initial session and bring them with you. This
will allow us more time to review your concerns.
Click Below to download forms:
Client Information Form
Information and Consent Form
There is hope and yes,
therapy can work for you!