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301 Oxford Valley Road, Suite 1803 SECOND FL Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067, United States

(215) 867-6006

Pennsylvania Licensed Psychologist

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept insurance?

At this time I accept the following insurance:

Cigna

United Heatlh

Highmark

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Anthem Blue


I also offer out of network services. What does that mean? You would be responsible for the full session fee and your insurance will reimburse you for the sessions. Reimbursement varies for each insurance so you have to reach out to your insurance to determine how much you will be reimbursed 

How much are sessions?

If you are paying out of pocket, initial session fee is $175 and subsequent sessions are $125. 


If you are using your insurance, fees vary based on your plan and deductible

What forms of payment do you accept?

Cash

All major credit cards

Check

Health savings account

What are your hours?

At this time, hours are by appointment only 

How long is therapy?

The frequency of treatment is based on your presenting concerns. The duration of therapy looks different for everyone. On average, sessions are 45 minutes long but range up to 75 minutes. 


There is no time limit on therapy. Treatment can be short term and long term.

What happens during the first session?

During the first session we review your consent for treatment. I also gather detailed information about you to determine the type of treatment that is needed and if I am the best fit for you. If we decide that I am not a good fit for you I will provide you with referrals. 

What is the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?

A psychiatrist prescribes medication while a psychologist provides therapy 

How do I know if you're the right therapist for me?

A first step in making this decision is to meet face to face. During our contact you should considerr the following things:

1. Can I see myself feeling safe and comfortable with the therapist?

2. does the therapist have experience in the field?


What is evidenced based practice

Evidenced based practice requires training and certification. 


According to the American Psychological Association, evidenced based practice is defined as an integration of the best available research with clinical expertise.