Call Me: 978-467-4423
Finding the right therapist can be stressful. To reduce the stress, I am available by phone or email for a free consultation, during which you can ask me questions to determine if I would be a good fit. I offer individual therapy, as well as evaluations required by the courts. I am also able to provide a LICSW signature on guardianship paperwork.
I specialize in individual therapy with adolescents and adults, but I believe that people are more likely to get better if they have as much support as possible. This means that with permission, I will consult with family members and other providers, such as doctors, case managers, school personnel, Dept. of Children and Families personnel, and probation officers.
My areas of specialty include:
Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideation
Grief and Loss
Initial evaluation/assessment (45 minutes) $95
Individual session (45 minutes): $80
Individual session (60 minutes, not covered by many insurances): $90
Couple/Family session: $100
Written report (not covered by insurance): $25
Phone calls over 15 minutes (not covered by insurance): $30
Commitment to therapy is important, but unforeseen circumstances are a part of life. I ask that cancellations be made at least 24 hours in advance, by email or phone. No-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance will result in a $50 charge, which will be due at the time of your next appointment.
This section will be updated frequently.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
BMC Health Net
Neighborhood Health Plan
Tufts Commercial and GIC (Please note: I do not accept Tufts Public, Tufts Direct, Tufts Unify, or Tufts Network Health)
United Behavioral Health
Out of Network
Some people choose to pay out of pocket rather than go through insurance companies. This option has benefits, including:
No diagnosis necessary to justify treatment
Ability to be seen more often and/or for longer than 45 minutes
No need to disclose your personal information
Limits to Confidentiality:
Your records are kept confidential, according to the Code of Ethics and legal standards, unless you sign a release of information. However, there are some limits to confidentiality:
If you present an imminent danger to yourself or others
If there is suspicion of abuse or neglect of a child, elderly person or disabled person
If release of information is ordered by a judge
If it is necessary to collect overdue fees
If legal action is taken by a client and/or family