After confirming your initial appointment with me, you will get an email with a secure link to Theraplatform.
- Email address is all that is required for this platform
- No program to download
- Works from your phone, tablet, or computer
You create your account, enter pertinent details and complete all initial assessments, consents, and enter payment information.
You will be asked to complete this initial process by 24 hrs. ahead of your scheduled appointment time. If you are unable to accomplish this, please notify me so another initial appointment time can be scheduled.
In-person sessions are available on a limited basis. These services will occur at 8790 F St Suite 526 Omaha NE 68127.
As is the case with telehealth sessions, in-arms babies are welcome.
For clients who schedule telehealth sessions, you will receive a link from Theraplatform ahead of your scheduled appointment time.
Click the link and you will be taken to my waiting room.
Fees and Scheduling
Availability as of July 2022: currently accepting clients for both in-person and telehealth.
If you are interested in scheduling an initial session, please contact me.
You may also text or call me at 402-819-5349.
Please note, that texting and email are not HIPPA secure methods of communication.
Accepted methods of payment:
I am an in-network provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Nebraska
*Please note: this does NOT include any Medicaid/Medicare based BCBS plans (i.e. Healthy Blue)
All major credit/debit cards or HSA cards accepted
Individual session fee (50 min): $110
Late cancellation/No show: $80.00
Open Path Collective
Open Path Collective is an option for individuals wanting to schedule that do not have coverage for mental health through their insurance. As an Open Path provider, I am able to offer reduced rates for private pay eligible clients.
Eligible clients are able to schedule with their preferred provider and receive the same services with that provider.
Using insurance to pay for therapy
Using insurance is a common way people pay for therapy. But it isn’t the only way and sometimes it doesn’t even save you money. I cover some of the benefits and drawbacks to using insurance to pay for therapy here: Insurance for therapy: why it might not be helpful.