Fees & Insurance

Individual Therapy

$125 – $200

Navigating health insurance can be complex. Understanding your responsibilities is crucial for seamless care.

  • Co-pay: A fixed amount you pay for each visit or service.
  • Co-insurance: Your share of the costs of a covered healthcare service, calculated as a percentage.
  • Deductible: The amount you must pay out-of-pocket before your insurance starts covering costs.
  • Familiarize yourself with these terms to make informed decisions about your healthcare.

Areas of Expertise

  • At Progressing through Therapy, our team comprises both clinical and non-clinical staff, all of whom are dedicated to providing trauma-informed care.
  • What does trauma-informed mean to us? It means recognizing that every individual has experienced some form of trauma in their life.
  • Our clinical staff specializes in supporting minorities navigating trauma, cultural and familial expectations and obligations, depression, acceptance, anxiety, boundaries, women’s issues, men’s concerns, self-esteem, and the challenges of caregiving for parents or siblings.
  • We also understand the complexities of survivor’s remorse and provide compassionate guidance for those grappling with this difficult emotion.


  • We reserve your 55-minute appointment time just for you. WE DO NOT DOUBLE-BOOK OUR PATIENTS  so that we may provide optimum treatment outcomes for all our patients.
  • Cancelled appointments with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged $75.00.

Health Insurance

  • Please be advised that a quote of eligibility and benefits is not a guarantee of payment. 
  • All benefits and claim payments are subject to eligibility, medical necessity and the terms, conditions, limitations, exclusions and payment provisions of the patient’s health benefit plan at the time the services are rendered. Benefit amounts are usually not based on billed charges and might be significantly less than billed charges.
  • Your health insurance company will only pay for services that it determines to be “reasonable and necessary.” Our office will make every effort to bill your insurance in a timely manner. If your carrier determines that a particular service is not reasonable and necessary, or that a particular service is not covered under the plan, your insurer will deny payment for that service and it will become your responsibility.
  • We recommend you to be familiar with and verify your benefits with your insurance company prior to your services at Progressing through Therapy, PLLC.
  • Please be aware, that even then, it is still not a guarantee of benefits or payment.