Do you accept insurance?

We are an out-of-network provider only. This means that if you have out-of-network benefits, we can provide you with an invoice or super bill to get reimbursement for your insurance company, however you must pay us up front
If you are unsure if you have out-of-network benefits, we recommend calling your insurance company directly. Important questions to ask are, "What are my mental health benefits", "What is my deductible or what is my out-of-pocket max", and "Do you cover session code 90834?". Contact us directly for more guidance.

How much do you charge?

Amanda- $175;; Maddie, Kathy and AJ- $150 ; Gabby- $145
Elaine, Andrea, Micia, Megan, Lauren, Carla- $140; 
Erika, Kyra- $135 Kat, Stephanie- $130
Leeor, Fern, Jen, Becca - $125
All initial intakes are an additional $50; family and couples sessions are an additional $25

Dr. Eli Muhrer charges $350 for a 60 min psychiatric evaluation and $175 for 30 minute medication management 
Our nutritionist Tracey charges $170 for 60 min initial nutrition counseling and $85 for 30 min follow up sessions.

Can you help me if I don't have a mental health diagnosis?

Many people we we work with do not have a mental health diagnosis. We specialize in working with women who are looking for short-term counseling and are dealing with specific issues such as stress, breakups, anxiety, infertility, grief, relationship issues etc. We typically recommend starting out with 5 sessions of highly structured, solution-focused therapy that is tailored to your exact needs. 

How long does therapy last?

The length of time varies greatly between clients and what issues they are working through, including how long someone would like to spend in therapy. Our goal is to get you to a place where you are stable, empowered and consistently applying tools to maintain your freedom. The minimum number we typically see clients for is 5 sessions, if they are stable and dealing with a specific issue.

What is the duration of your sessions?

Individual sessions are 45- 50 minutes; intakes are 60 minutes and group sessions are 90 minutes.

What is your cancellation policy?

We require 24 hours notice for cancellations. If not, you will be charged for the session. Payment is required at the time of service, unless otherwise arranged. Due to the high demand for evening sessions, if several sessions of yours have been cancelled in the past, we may not be able to offer you an evening slot. We accept HSA accounts, all major credit cards, cash or personal checks.

How does confidentiality work?

Everything that is said during a therapy session is completely confidential with three exceptions-- 1) if a child is in danger 2) if you are in danger of harming yourself 3) if you are planning on harming another person.

​What are your office hours?

We have availability Monday- Friday from 8am-8pm. We have limited Saturday appointments. Each therapist has a different schedule. Please contact us directly for specific information about scheduling and availability.

What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept, Health Savings Account (HSA) cards, credit cards, cash and checks. We do require a credit card on file in order to book an appointment

Due to high demand for Dr. Eli Muhrer's services, Dr. Eli is only able to see clients who are currently seeing a therapist at Therapy for Women. Dr. Eli also does not provide psychotherapy at Therapy for Women, he only is able to do psychiatric evaluations and medication management. 

how do i get started?

Why do you have certain therapists for different states?

Can i book an appointment with dr. eli Only?

Your therapy begins with a free phone consultation. You may also book an appointment online directly. 

Unfortunately due to licensing requirements, even if you are seeking teletherapy, your therapist can only provide you with services if they are licensed in that state. This means, even if you connect with another therapist on our website, if they are not licensed in the state you reside, you will be unable to see her. If we do not have a therapist in the state you reside, we are unable to provide you with teletherapy. We are bummed about this too but do our best to offer as many states as we can!

Can you help me if I do not identify as a female?

Absolutely! You do not need to be biologically female to work with us. We specialize in working with women, those who identify as female (womxn), trans women and members of the LGBTQ community.

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