How much does therapy cost?

Family first therapy believes in fair, appropriate, and consumer-friendly pricing. Our pricing is based on which therapist you decide to work with.

If you’re working with Steve, the owner, and a licensed therapist, his pricing is as follows:

  • $150 for the first 60-minute appointment
  • $100 for the 45-minute follow-up appointments

If you’re working with Gail, our graduate level student working towards becoming a marriage and family therapist, her pricing is as follows:

  • $75 for the first 60-minute appointment
  • $50 for the 45-minute follow-up appointments

If you choose to work with Gail, you’ll still have the benefit of Steve’s input, as he is Gail’s supervisor.

If you have time constraints, are traveling from a distance, or any other reason that you’re looking for more time, contact us and let me know what you’re looking for and we’ll be happy to accommodate.

What times can I schedule an appointment for?

Appointments are Monday through Friday.

  • Monday’s from 8am-5pm
  • Tuesday’s from 11am-4pm
  • Wednesday’s from 8am-8pm
  • Thursday’s from 8am-4pm
  • Fridays from 10am-4pm

Saturday appointments may be available upon request. Please inquire here to discuss pricing and time commitments.

Do you offer weekend appointments?

I’m passionate about travel and playing rugby so I do not always offer weekend appointments. 

You can reach out via our contact form if you’re interested in a weekend appointment. Weekend appointments require different pricing and time commitments that we can discuss after you reach out.

Will my insurance plan cover your services?

Because this is a private pay, out-of-network practice, insurance will not always cover my services. In order to find out, I’d recommend you calling your insurance provider and asking the following four questions:

  1. Does my plan cover out-of-network behavioral health services in an outpatient setting? Would it be covered if I had a referral from my primary care doctor?
  2. Do I have a deductible for that?
  3. How much is that deductible? How much of that have I met? And once I do, how much will my plan cover?
  4. Can I, the patient, submit claims electronically? If so, how? If not, what are my options for submitting?

If they do not cover any of my services, keep in mind that you may also have a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) that can be used towards our appointments as well.

How can I set up an appointment with you?

I’d love to set a time up for us to meet and it’s easy to do so!
Just visit our booking portal where you can effortlessly pick a day and time that works best for you.

How much does therapy cost?

Family first therapy believes in fair, appropriate, and consumer-friendly pricing. Our pricing is based on which therapist you decide to work with.

If you’re working with Steve, the owner, and a licensed therapist, his pricing is as follows:

  • $150 for the first 60-minute appointment
  • $100 for the 45-minute follow-up appointments

If you’re working with Gail, our graduate level student working towards becoming a marriage and family therapist, her pricing is as follows:

  • $75 for the first 60-minute appointment
  • $50 for the 45-minute follow-up appointments

If you choose to work with Gail, you’ll still have the benefit of Steve’s input, as he is Gail’s supervisor.

If you have time constraints, are traveling from a distance, or any other reason that you’re looking for more time, contact us and let me know what you’re looking for and we’ll be happy to accommodate.

What times can I schedule an appointment for?

Appointments are Monday through Friday.

  • Monday’s from 8am-5pm
  • Tuesday’s from 11am-4pm
  • Wednesday’s from 8am-8pm
  • Thursday’s from 8am-4pm
  • Fridays from 10am-4pm

Saturday appointments may be available upon request. Please inquire to discuss pricing and time commitments.

Do you offer weekend appointments?

At this time I do not always offer weekend appointments. Traveling for my passion, playing rugby, is a big part of my weekend. However, if your interested a weekend appointment please let me know.

Weekend appointments require different pricing and time commitments that we can discuss.

Will my insurance plan cover your services?

Because this is a private pay, out-of-network practice, insurance will not always cover my services. In order to find out, I’d recommend you calling your insurance provider and asking the following four questions:

  1. Does my plan cover out-of-network behavioral health services in an outpatient setting? Would it be covered if I had a referral from my primary care doctor?
  2. Do I have a deductible for that?
  3. How much is that deductible? How much of that have I met? And once I do, how much will my plan cover?
  4. Can I, the patient, submit claims electronically? If so, how? If not, what are my options for submitting?

If they do not cover any of my services, keep in mind that you may also have a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) that can be used towards our appointments as well.

How can I set up an appointment with you?

I’d love to set a time up for us to meet and it’s easy to do so!
Just visit our booking portal where you can effortlessly pick a day and time that works best for you.