I'm interested in working with you. How can I setup a consultation?
For new patients, please click here to schedule a complimentary 10 minute phone consultation to see if we might be a good fit.
Where are you located?
My office is in a charming bungalow in Beverly Hills on Olympic blvd near Doheny. My exact cross streets are Almont and Wetherly. To enter the building, you’ll enter my door code and walk straight along the brick path, through the courtyard. The path dead ends at a white staircase, I am located up the stairs.
Where can I park?
Parking is pretty easy. If your appointment is between 9am-3pm, there is metered parking on Olympic directly in front of my building. Otherwise, there is free and metered street parking on Wetherly, Almont and Whitworth.
Is your building handicap accessible?
It pains me to say that unfortunately, my building is not completely handicap accessible. There is one small flight of stairs to enter my office and no elevator option.
What’s your fee?
My fee for adult psychotherapy is $225. For children and adolescents, my fee is $250.
Will you slide your fee for me?
I have limited spots for whom I can slide my fee. These spots are reserved for people in specific circumstances that are based on true financial need. It is important to me to be able to provide high quality treatment to those who can’t afford my full fee.
Do you accept insurance?
I don’t accept insurance but can provide you with a statement to submit to your insurance for potential reimbursement. I recommend calling your insurance and asking if they reimburse for out of network providers first, to assess what your reimbursement will be. Please note, if you choose to submit statements to insurance, they require a diagnosis that potentially becomes a part of your medical record.
What's your availability?
I am available for sessions Monday - Wednesday. My intern, Dr. Elizabeth Slater (PSB4023793) offers Thursday, Friday and Saturday hours to accommodate those who cannot make it during the week due to difficult work/school schedules.