I provide individual online video counseling and coaching for ages 13 and up. If you have a child that is younger than 13, but you believe to be a HSP, let me know and I can make an exception if the child is open to therapy. Clients who are ready and open to try out new concepts and practice in between sessions will be a good fit for the type of therapy I do. Please read the information section on my Contact page and if you feel like we will make a good fit, complete the New Client Screening form. 

Insurances Accepted: Premera, First Choice Health, Kaiser PPO Plans, Regence, GEHA High Option


60 Minute Session:

75 Minute Session:

90 Minute Session:

Payment is expected at the time of service. Credit cards accepted.


Therapy Clients:

For those who would like to use their out-of-network benefits, I can provide you with a “superbill” that you may send to your insurance or HSA account for reimbursement.

If you want to obtain a Superbill to submit to your insurance company:

Please contact your insurance company ahead of time to inquire about your specific out-of-network coverage.  When you call, let them know you would like to see a licensed mental health counselor and wish to know if you have out-of-network benefits.

If you do, you will want to find out the details of those benefits (such as if there is an out-of-network deductible).  Many insurance plans will pay some percentage of a bill for out-of-network coverage, if not reimburse you in full.

If your insurer says the out-of-network benefit is specific to the type of treatment you receive, ask if you would be reimbursed for the following billing codes:  90791 (Initial Intake), 90837 (60-min. session).

If they give you specific reimbursement amounts for the above codes, you should be able to determine what amount you would get back from them.

Your insurance company should advise you where to send the “superbill” (the invoice form I provide for you).

Please note:  If you use insurance, I must give you a diagnosis. Insurance companies require a diagnosis so they can decide if they will pay for therapy or not. In many cases, mental health diagnoses do not have a statute of limitations, meaning they will follow your forever as “pre-existing illnesses.” Many people prefer to pay out-of-pocket for this reason. I believe clients should be aware of this fact to help in their decision making process

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