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Psychologist Session

COMMON QUERIES

FAQ: FAQ

HOW DO I KNOW WE ARE A GOOD MATCH?

Each prospective client (or guardian) may schedule a one time 10 minute initial phone consultation for free to work with a clinician for the purpose of determining appropriate services, scheduling availability, and goodness of fit between the provider and client.

CAN MY FAMILY MEMBER OR FRIEND BE WITH ME FOR MY SESSION?

Patients under the age of 18 or adult patients with special cognitive, emotional, mental health, or cultural needs and/or considerations may be accompanied by a parent or guardian as deemed appropriate. This should be discussed when the appointment is initiated.

HOW LONG DOES EACH THERAPY SESSION TAKE?

Initial intakes are scheduled for 55 Minutes. Follow up therapy sessions are also scheduled for 55 Minutes. When you book your session online using our portal, you will notice a short buffer of time between the end of one client's session, and the start of the next client's session.

DO YOU OFFER SLIDING SCALE RATES?

If you are experiencing a financial hardship or life circumstance that makes the fee for services unaffordable, please contact our office  and let us try to help you find a way to meet your mental health needs. If Reece Consulting is unable to negotiate an affordable fee for service rate with you, we will attempt to help you find alternative community resources.

There is a waitlist for reduced fee services at this time.

WHAT DO CLINICAL SERVICES COST?

Initial Diagnostic Interview - $225

  • The initial interview will be scheduled after all intake paperwork is completed.  This is an opportunity for the client and provider to discuss the client's current situation and history in more detail. This does not include the time or cost of differential diagnostic testing.

Ongoing 55 Minute Therapy Session - $175​

  • Ongoing therapy appointments at regularly scheduled intervals. The time between appointments is set based on the needs of the individual and the mutually agreed upon approach to the presenting problem.  The customary approach of this practice is to tailor care to the needs of the clients.

  • Cost of the session includes completing associated paperwork for each visit and any communication to your other doctors/therapists regarding your direct treatment.

Ongoing 55 Minute Couples Therapy Session - $200

  • Ongoing therapy appointments at regularly scheduled intervals. The time between appointments is set based on the needs of the couple and the mutually agreed upon approach to the couple's presenting problem.  The customary approach of this practice is to tailor care to the needs of the clients.

  • Cost of the session includes completing associated paperwork for each visit and any communication to your other doctors/therapists regarding your direct treatment.

Letters, Forms, Paperwork - $200/hour billed in 15 minute increments.

  • Any request for forms, letters, records, or documents (including paperwork for disability and accommodations) will be billed at a rate of $200/hour in 5-minute increments.

  • Requests for paper records of past treatment are charged at $25 for the first twenty pages and $.50 per page thereafter.

Late Cancellation or No Show Fee - $150

  • Late Cancellations (within 72 hours) or No Shows will be charged a $150 fee unless prior arrangements are made in writing with the provider. Standing exceptions will be discussed during initial consultation or intake and must be documented in the client file.

WHAT DO FORENSIC SERVICES COST?

Minimum $500 Retainer Fee Required When Booking a Consultation


Forensic Case Consultation Services - $350/hour billed by the hour with a two hour minimum

  • The prosecution, an individual’s attorney, or family may find it useful to contract a forensic psychological consultant when there is a question intersecting law and mental health. Every situation is unique and should be approached from the unique context of the individual's own functioning and history, with an understanding of the legal proceedings surrounding the specific case. 


  • This can be a lengthy process which includes requesting and reviewing records, interviewing the individual, the individual's family members, as well as others with knowledge of the individual, and speaking with an attorney or team. 

  • This practice does not treat family members as holding privledge, even when they assume financial responsibility and/or the individual is under 18 years or age. Any forensic information, scores, or reports created in a forensic assessment or consultation will be provided only to the individual and/or their attorney.

  • Clinical information gathered during the forensic process which is deemed relevant to the care of a patient by the practice provider may be shared with the healthcare provider, guardian, or parent of a client with an appropriate release of information on file.

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