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Fees & Insurance


My fees are based on the usual and customary rates for psychologists in the Bay area. Unless we make other specific arrangements, payment by check, cash, credit card, or PayPal is due at the beginning or end of each coaching session. The fee is split into two equal installments. The first installment is due after the consultation (before I send the intake forms and once you've decided to work with me) and the second installment is due in advance of the clinical interview. The fees include all emails, interviews, assessment instruments, etc: they are all-inclusive. Please note I only work with people of kindergarten age and up.

I want to give back to the community and in that spirit I occasionally am able to offer sliding scale assessments for underserved kids, teens, and college-aged young adults. These spots fill up quickly and you must provide proof of why the fee should be waived.

Psychological Assessment vs Neuropsychological Assessment

Here is a great article illustrating the difference between a Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment. A Psychological Assessment is focused on diagnosis: does someone have a disorder or not. It doesn't get deeply into the nuances of how that disorder manifests specifically in you or your child, and does not provide sufficient information for suggesting accommodations. I often use this in the context of consultations- if a clinician is "stuck" and knows there is something else going on with their client, but can't put their finger on what is causing the client to remain stuck they will consult with me for a Psychological Assessment. A Psychological Assessment can uncover ASD, anxiety disorders, or learning disorders that might otherwise go unrecognized. A Neuropsychological Assessment is more thorough, takes more time, and results in customized accommodation recommendations. It includes topics like: Intellectual Abilities, Learning Disabilities, Cognitive Abilities​, Executive Functions and Problem Solving. It provides far more specific content about you or your child's strengths and developmental areas leading to targeted interventions. I also provide an answer to this on the FAQ page


IQ Testing for Private School Admissions (raw data but no report) $900

Psychological Assessment Without Report: $2000

Psychological Assessment With Report $2900

Neuropsychological Assessment Without Report: $4000

Neuropsychological Assessment With Report: $5700

Coaching Sessions: $230/45 minute session (Please Note: My coaching practice is full)


Insurance Information

I do not accept insurance (I am not part of any insurance panels). I provide proof of payment onlyInsurance panels (or submitting CPT codes) force me to charge you hourly, which often ends up at a price tag that is 1.5- 2 times the flat fee cost. Thus I will not provide superbills but I can provide a receipt should you choose to pursue that route. By scheduling a consultation with me you acknowledge that I do not supply superbills. 

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