I am at my Manhattan office on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. I am at my Westchester office on Wednesdays.
I usually see clients on a weekly basis for 45-minute sessions. Some people prefer having a full hour session and, in those situations, the fee is pro-rated accordingly.
If you need to cancel or re-schedule an appointment, you must do so at least 48 hrs prior to your scheduled appointment if you do not want to be responsible for my fee. You need to know that insurance companies cannot be billed for missed sessions or for late cancellations. As per my cancellation policy, less than 48 hrs' notice is considered a late cancellation.
While my services are insurance reimbursable, I do not participate in any health insurance panels. Therefore, you need to be prepared to compensate me at the beginning or the end of each session and you will submit a claim to your health insurance company after I give you a statement at the end of the month.
You need to contact your insurance company directly in order to determine what their reimbursement rate is, whether there is a deductible to be met or not, and the number of sessions they will reimburse you in any calendar year. The answer to these questions varies and depends on your health insurance plan, what you have selected at the time of enrollment, and what your employer has negotiated on your behalf with the insurance carrier.