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FAQS & FEES

DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?

We are an out of network provider and will provide you with a monthly superbill, if requested. You are encouraged to inquire with your insurance carrier or HSA as to whether the services you seek will be reimbursed and how much that reimbursement might be.  We accept cash, check, and credit card as forms of payment.  We also accept contracts with schools for compensatory education, settlement, testing, or contracted services.

WHAT ARE YOUR RATES?

HOURLY SERVICES $200

  • Executive Function & Memory Intervention

  • Parent Coaching

  • Counseling

ASSESSMENT

Assessment is a flat rate fee for all ages (birth through adulthood)

  • IQ Testing $500

  • ADHD, Autism, or Neuroeducational Evaluation without a report (you will receive a memo signed by the psychologist indicating your diagnoses or summary-will not meet requirements for accommodations) $1500

  • ADHD Evaluation $3300

  • Autism Evaluation $3300

  • Comprehensive Neuroeducational or Neurodevelopmental Evaluation $4400

  • Independent Educational Evaluation-IEE (funded by your school district at the SELPA rate) ​

Additional meetings or travel billed at hourly rate.

HOW IS YOUR TESTING DIFFERENT?

Our testing is different because of perspective and experience. With an established career in the clinical world, followed by the personal challenges of advocating for a neurodivergent daughter in the schools, which served as the impetus for crossing over into school psychology and special education administration, to then return back to the private world of testing and counseling, it's safe to say that just about every perspective at the table has been experienced. There is such a disconnect between what we term the "ed versus med" worlds, each with their own jargon, criteria, and processes. Neither side has a concrete understanding of the other's limitations and objectives. This can leave a client, or their family, confused and frustrated.


Our reports are clear, precise, and easy to follow, while providing the information each stakeholder needs. A good report informs the intervention provider or school with precisely what they need to remediate or support, while answering all of the questions you have about yourself or your child in language that is meaningful.


If you seek testing accommodations, we follow the guidelines put forward by the testing organizations. If you are curious if your infant or toddler is on track developmentally or if your child has experienced any learning loss, we can very easily provide you with assessment data that compares your child to others their same age, along with recommendations on how to skill build. If you are a teen or adult, and seek to find the answers to the questions that you can't seem to find about yourself, we can support you in your process of discovery. If you want to know if you or your child are gifted, we can absolutely answer that question using the most current practices in the assessment of giftedness and twice exceptionality.  Lastly, if you have been diagnosed with a disorder that doesn't feel "right" or your previous assessment process was not the empowering and affirming discovery it should be, please reach out.

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