• 50-minute individual or family session: $140.00
  • Telephone consultations are charged at the 50 minute hourly rate after the first 15 minutes.

A cash discount on a limited number of slots is available for those in financial need who are paying out of pocket.

For those using their insurance:

  • 55-min. session – $140
  • Initial intake appointment (55 min.) – $165

Clients pay by check, cash, or debit/credit card before each session.

I encourage you to consider the benefits of self-pay, including confidentiality of your records and information, including diagnosis which could affect insurance.

My Billing Specialist’s contact information if you are planning on using your insurance plan :

Shiree Ferguson  At Pacific NW Billing:   503-758-3801

Cancellation Policy
Please provide as much notice as possible so that the appointment can be given to someone else. You will be  billed for the session if you provide less than 24 hours notice. This includes missed sessions. Please cancel Monday appointments by the previous Friday.

Payment is due at the time of your appointment.  I accept cash, personal checks, VISA and Mastercard at this time.


I am currently an in-network provider for the following insurance plans:

  • BlueCross/Blue Shield
  • MHN/Health Net
  • PacificSource
  • Reliant Behavioral Health EAP
  • Providence
  • Optum
  • United Behavioral Health

I’m also able to bill many insurance plans as an out-of-network provider.  When using out-of-network benefits, you are responsible for the full fee at the time of your appointment, then you will be reimbursed by your insurance company for the percentage of the fee covered by your plan.

Before our first appointment together, please call  your insurance coverage  and have the following questions answered:

Do I have mental health benefits?

Do I have a deductible and how much, if any, has been met?

How many sessions per calendar year are covered?

Is pre-authorization required?

Authorization  number:

What is my co-pay or co-insurance responsibility?

How much does my plan cover for an out-of-network provider?

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