Services and Fees

I am licensed to provide individual therapy for children, teen, and adults who reside in California. Please note, I am not a medication provider. At this time, I encourage the use of video sessions to ensure we keep our vulnerable populations safe. However, in-person appointments in Oakland, CA are also available.

Currently, my fees per session are:

Individual therapy (55 minutes): $200

Parents only sessions (55 minutes): $200

I do not currently accept insurance and am not on any insurance panels. This allows us to be able to work without restrictions such as limits in the number or frequency of sessions, or the requirement of a DSM-5 diagnosis, as not all who benefit from therapy meet diagnostic criteria for a mental health diagnosis or "medical necessity."


I can furnish a superbill (receipt) upon request if you would like to submit to your insurance for potential reimbursement. Please note that a superbill does require a diagnosis and you are strongly encouraged to contact your insurance company to clarify policies regarding your benefits prior to meeting. The following codes are most commonly used:


Initial intake: 90731


Subsequent sessions:

90834 (individual)

90837 (individual)

90847 (family with patient present)

90846 (family without patient present)


95 should be a modifier code for insurance to indicate telehealth, as well as POS code of 02, 10, though this may vary with each company.



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