Pay with Insurance

Accepted Insurance Plans

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Choice Advantage

  • United Behavioral Health/Optum

  • Out of Network

Pricing & Rates

Sliding Scale is Available for a limited number of clients

Tier One

$$$ 99

Per Session Pricing
  • Free 10 Min Phone Consult
  • $150 Intake Appointment
  • $130 60 Min Session
  • $115 45 Min Session
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Tier Two

$$$ 99

Per Session Pricing
  • Free 10 Min Phone Consult
  • $170 Intake Appointment
  • $155 60 Min Session
  • $130 45 Min Session
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Tier Three

$$$ 99

Per Session Pricing
  • Free 10 Min Phone Consult
  • $200 Intake Appointment
  • $175 60 Min Session
  • $150 45 Min Session
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Couples/Reiki

$$$ 99

Per Session Pricing
  • Free 10 Min Phone Consult
  • $190 Intake Appointment
  • $170 Couples Session
  • $150 45 Min Reiki Session
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Additional Charges

Not Covered by Insurance

  • Late Cancellation/Missed Session – $100

  • Letters, Phone Consults w/ Professionals – $25 / 15 min

  • Managing Insurance Issues as Needed – $25 / 15 min

Contact Us.

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70 E Lake St #222
Chicago, IL 60601

Serving Chicago, Streeterville, Gold Coast, West Town, River North, Old Town, Lincoln Park, Lakeview, Bucktown and surrounding areas.

Common Questions

Do you accept insurance?

We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO, Blue Choice and United Healthcare/Optum. However, if you have another type of insurance we can still work together. We can provide you with a bill that you may send into your insurance company with partial reimbursement. Please contact us to provide you with additional information about this.

Is there parking available at your office?

All el lines are within 1-2 blocks, and, there are two parking garages nearby at 60 E. Lake St. and 20 E. Randolph.

I tried therapy and didn't like it. How's this different?

Therapy varies depending on the personalities of the counselor and client, as well as the particular concerns brought forward. Sometimes the chemistry between the counselor and client or the counselor’s style or approach just isn’t a good fit. The relationship between the client and the therapist is of utmost importance. Therefore, we work to create a safe environment where open and honest communication is encouraged so that concerns or questions about treatment or the relationship can be addressed in session. This often benefits the therapeutic process and deepens the therapeutic relationship.

What can I expect from the first few sessions?

During the first and second session, we will gather information about what has brought you into therapy including your concerns, what you’d like to work on and information about your current and past emotional health and life history. This information helps us gain a deeper understanding about your situation, you as a person and how to best help you. As noted earlier, since it is important that clients feel comfortable with their counseling, we encourage clients to also use the first session as an opportunity to assess if this is a good fit for you as well.

What can I expect during a typical therapy session?

During therapy you will begin to discuss and share your feelings, thoughts, and reactions in order for you to begin to gain insight, develop new thinking patters, coping skills and overall improved quality of life. It is natural to feel uncomfortable about opening up at first but this process because much easier after a few sessions. Since self-growth is possible through commitment and work I will encourage you to practice the things you discuss and learn outside of session.

How long will I need to be in therapy?

The number of sessions needed is different for everyone depending on a number of factors including but not limited to your goals, severity or intensity of your concerns or symptoms, how long you’ve been dealing with your concerns, current levels of stress, and the progress you make towards reaching your short or long-term goals.

Is what I say in therapy confidential?

In general, all communications between a client and counselor are confidential and can only be released with the client’s written permission. However, there are some exceptions required by law to this rule. Exceptions include:

  • When there is a reasonable suspicion of child/dependent abuse or of an elder adult.
  • When the client communicates a threat of bodily injury to others.
  • When the client is suicidal.
  • When disclosure is required pursuant to a legal proceeding.