FAQS

Are virtual sessions effective?

Absolutely! Virtual sessions offer many of the same therapeutic benefits as meeting in person, while also offering the benefits of not having to travel, reducing total time investment and getting to be in the comfort of your own space. However, if we ever were to assess that virtual sessions would not best meet your therapeutic goals, we would discuss this with you and offer you appropriate referrals.

Do you plan to go back to in person sessions?

Yes! We love the power of face to face, human connection. We plan to resume in person sessions as soon as it is safe to do so and there is enough client demand to warrant that change. We will also continue to offer virtual sessions for the many clients who have found this to be their preference!

Do you accept insurance?

No, we do not accept insurance. However, we are an Out-of-Network provider for most insurance companies. This means we can provide you with a receipt (Superbill in insurance terms) which you can send to your insurance company for reimbursement. Since we don’t guarantee it will be accepted by your insurance provider, we encourage all clients who want to do this to call their insurance company first to make sure your benefits apply.

What are your session fees?

Session fees range depending on clinician. All sessions are 45-50 minutes. Currently, the session fees are as follows:

Danielle Murphy: $225/session
Eva Turner: $150/session
Farah Morain: $175/session
Pallavi Ankolekar: $175/session
Group Sessions: $50-60/session

Who currently has openings for new clients?

Eva Turner has openings for new clients.

Farah Morain has openings for new clients.

Pallavi Ankolekar has openings for new clients

Danielle Murphy is not accepting ongoing clients at this time. However, she is still available to schedule SE student sessions.

Can I use my HSA or FSA card for payment?

Yes. We do require you to have a second card on file for use when these benefits are exhausted. In the event that your card is declined, we can also issue you a Superbill to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

What’s your intake process like?

1.) Our first step in working together is scheduling a 15-20 minute intake phone call with the Intake Specialist. 

2.) After completing the intake phone call, and assuming we’re a good fit for each other, you can schedule either a free 15-minute phone consult with the clinician that would best meet your needs OR we can schedule you directly for your first session.

3.) After booking a first session, you will receive a confirmation of your session from our electronic health system, Simple Practice. This will include a link to complete intake documentation.

4.) Please make sure to complete the paperwork through the client portal prior to your first session.

*Please note that we do require all clients to keep a credit card on file with us.

Do you work with kids?

We work with adolescents, ages 14 and older.

How many sessions do you recommend?

This ranges greatly based on each individual client’s needs, resources and ability to engage in the therapeutic process. In our experience treatment times can range from six months to several years. Some clients will continue in an ongoing and continuous process. Other clients take breaks when they feel ready to do so, then come back to continue the process as new things arise. 

Treatment is typically the quickest for people who attend consistently and practice their new skills between sessions.

We typically recommend that clients begin with once per week sessions, though based upon their treatment plan this frequency can change.

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