Frequently Asked Questions
For the safety and welfare of clients during this COVID-19 pandemic, appointments will be available on Thursdays only. Video sessions as well as in-office face-to-face session are available.
Regular office hours will resume at a later date on Wednesdays (afternoon and evening) and Thursdays (afternoon, and evening) and Fridays (morning and afternoon).
Individual sessions are usually 45-60 minutes in length, once a week. Some sessions may be longer and/or more or less frequent and duration of therapy varies with each client and situation.
To inquiries an/or to schedule an initial appointment, call 703-939-1625 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clients are asked to call as soon as they know that they will be missing an appointment. A full session will be charged to the client for missed appointments without a 24 hour notice. A missed or cancelled appointment without a 24 hour notice is the responsibility of the client and is not covered by insurance.
Payment for counseling services is due at each session. Check and cash are accepted.
Initial Evaluation Session (75 minutes) $170
Individual Session (45 minutes) $120
Individual and Couples/Family Session (60 minutes) $150
Individual and Couples/Family Session (75 minutes) $170
Individual and Couples/Family Session (90 minutes) $220
I am considered an out-of-network provider. Contact your health plan to inquire about your out-of-network benefits. Statements to submit to your insurance company or flexible spending account for reimbursement are available upon request.
In general, the law protects the privacy of all communications between a client and a therapist, and I can release information only with written permission from the client. But there are a few exceptions including, but not limited to the situations described below.
There are some instances in which I am legally obligated to take action to protect others from harm, even if I have to reveal some information about a client’s treatment. For example, I must file a report with the appropriate state agency if I believe a child, elderly person, person with disability is being abused.
If I believe that a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another person, I am required to take protective actions. These actions may include notifying the potential victim, contacting the police, or seeking hospitalization for the client. If the client threatens to harm him or herself, I may be obligated to seek hospitalization for him or her or contact family members or others who can help provide protection. I will make every effort to fully discuss it with the client before taking any action.
In the event of a psychiatric emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. If you leave a voicemail during my office hours, I will return your call as soon as possible.
Located in the SugarOak Office Retreat complex
Off of Elden Street and adjacent to Fairfax County Parkway
5 minutes from Reston Town Center
15 minutes from Tysons Corner, Mclean
15 minutes from South Riding
30 minutes from Springfield
30 minutes from Leesburg