Frequently Asked Questions

Our FAQ answers many of the basics you need to know
to make an informed decision about mental health services.
Click for answers to the most common questions.

 

 

 

 

Do you accept my insurance?

Fletcher Therapy is not affiliated with any insurance carriers. If your insurance company offers “Out of Network” mental health coverage, I will be happy to provide you with a superbill to submit for possible reimbursement.

The reasons we are not currently “in-network” with insurance companies are related to your quality of care and confidentiality as a patient. In order for insurance to cover your visits, a therapist must diagnose you with a mental health disorder, which becomes a part of your medical record. The insurance provider then can access your records, and may determine how many sessions you may receive – even how many minutes long the sessions can be. These processes can result in treatment delays and gaps. This prevents us from having the freedom to create what we feel is an appropriate treatment plan for each individual client.

What are your rates?

Therapy is an investment in your mental health and emotional wellbeing. Rates reflect a therapist’s years of experience and education.  Sessions are $175.00 per 50-minute hour. 

Prices effective March 2022 for new patients:

Individuals – 50-minute session: $175.00
Couples/Families – 50-minute session: $200.00

Payment options: All major credit cards are accepted. I also accept HSA (Health Savings account) cards and FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards.

How many visits, and how often?

I collaborate with you on a treatment plan that works for your goals and budget. In cases of crisis or acute issues, clients may come in more often until things stabilize. Other clients may make an appointment less frequently to touch base. 

I'm concerned about confidentiality.

With few exceptions, what we talk about in therapy is kept strictly confidential.

Can I speak with you before I make an appointment?

Yes. Choosing the right therapist is a big decision. I offer free 20-minute telephone consultations to answer your questions and help you decide whether or not you would like to make an appointment. If you would rather contact me by email, that is fine, too.