Curious? To start, here are a few answers to frequently asked questions
I’m interested in working with you, how do I get in touch with you?
Schedule a phone consult with me directly on my website here
Otherwise, you can also use any of the three methods below to reach me if you have questions.
Complete the contact form on this website
Send me an e-mail (email@example.com)
Call me (917-970-2321)
Regardless of the method you use, I will get back to you within 24 hours.
*If you call, expect my voicemail. Please leave a voicemail message and be sure to leave your name, your phone number where I can get back to you, and the best times to reach you.
What CAN I expect during our initial phone call?
This 15-minute phone call will be at no cost to you. I will call you at the number you provide.
The goal is to get a snapshot of what’s going on and how I can help you.
I’ll ask you to briefly describe what is going on and what you are looking for,
I’ll give you a chance to ask initial questions you may have for me,
We’ll end with a clear action plan for what’s next.
Where are you located?
My office is located on the 11th floor (Suite 1105) of 303 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. 10016.
Cross streets are 5th Avenue between E31st and E32nd Streets in Midtown (Close to Koreatown, Herald Square, Penn Station)
Accessible by PATH (33rd Street) and NYC Subway (34th St-Herald Square Subway Station)
How long are sessions and how much do they cost?
Intakes (the first session) are 60 minutes long and are $250. Individual sessions are 45 minutes long and are $225.
I accept cash, check, Venmo, or PayPal. Payment is due at the time of the service.
Fee adjustments are made on a case-by-case basis.
Do you accept insurance?
I am not an in-network provider with insurance companies. If you so choose to use out-of-network benefits (you need to confirm what outpatient mental health services you have covered and at what rate), I will provide a “superbill” (a receipt of services provided) that you will submit to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement. We can talk more about navigating this process when we meet.