Consultation for Cases involving Complex Trauma and Dissociation, individual and group
$350 - Intake assessment session (90 min)
$750 - EMDR Intensive Therapy Session (3 Hour)
$200 - EMDR Intensive Follow-up session (60 min)
I am out-of-network with insurance. I am happy to provide a Super Bill for you to submit to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement.
EMDR Intensive Program Options EMDR Intensives are a highly effective therapy approach to more efficiently help you to engage in the therapeutic reprocessing of trauma, in order for you to be more productive, effective, and engaged in your life and relationships.
EMDR Intensive Programsinclude the following types of services: 1) Intake Assessment session 2) EMDR Intensive sessions 3) Follow up Psychotherapy session
After the Intake assessment appointment, we will decide how many EMDR intensive sessions to schedule, depending on your needs. EMDR intensive sessions are three hours per session. After the last EMDR intensive session, a follow up Psychotherapy session may be scheduled.
The 2-Day EMDR Intensive Program: 3-hour Intensive sessions taking place during the same week Intake assessment - $350 EMDR Intensive session $750 x 2 Follow up Psychotherapy session $200 Total charge for the 2-day EMDR Intensive program = $2050
The 3-Day EMDR Intensive Program: 3-hour Intensive sessions taking place over 1-2 weeks Intake assessment - $350 EMDR Intensive session $750 x 3 Follow up Psychotherapy session $200 Total charge for the 3-day EMDR Intensive program = $2800
The 4-Day EMDR Intensive Program: 3-hour Intensive sessions taking place over 1-2 weeks Intake assessment - $350 EMDR Intensive session - $750 x 4 Follow up Psychotherapy session - $200 Total charge for the 4-day EMDR Intensive program = $3550
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