Session Pricing

Single Session

  • 50 minute sessions
  • $175

Double Session

  • 100-110 minute sessions
  • $350

New client?

If you’re interested in working with Jennifer and believe your goals for counseling are a good fit for her expertise, you may use this link to schedule a free 15-minute phone consultation to discuss your goals for therapy and determine appropriateness of fit.  Please ensure your phone number is typed correctly, and she will call you right at the time requested (if approved) for your consultation. Jennifer only has daytime availability Monday through Thursday of each week.  Due to a limited amount of availability, clients needing more than weekly sessions, or those struggling with chronic suicidal ideation will be referred to another provider.  Thank you for understanding.

*Rates for other services, including some discernment sessions and outdoor sessions, vary and will be discussed before scheduling. Payment is due at the time of service. Credit/debit cards, cash, checks, and HSA cards are accepted.

Do you accept health insurance?

I do not accept most health insurances directly*, but I can easily provide you with a statement of services or Superbill that you may be able to submit to your health insurance company for reimbursement of sessions. These documents (statements and Superbills, as well as session invoices) are easily accessible from the client portal at any time. Some clients use their HSA cards for services provided.

*I am, however, a covered provider for Poudre School District’s Employee Assistance Services. All referrals, including those for Fisher Rebuilding Seminars(TM), must be coordinated through their office prior to meeting with me.

I am not an in-network insurance provider for several reasons. Insurance requires a diagnosis for therapy services to be covered, and often does not cover couples therapy or many “life” issues clients come to work on. In addition, diagnoses are kept permanently by insurance companies and can interfere with insurance options, costs and military service. I would be happy to discuss the pros and cons of using health insurance for reimbursement of mental health services.

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