Rates & Services
As a Board Certified Educational Therapist in private practice, I work with families outside the medical model, and am unable to process insurance claims. However, I do have a current code for sessions of educational therapy, and you can contact your provider to see if coverage is an option with your particular plan. That code is CPT 97127.
Educational therapists provide ongoing case management, and that care is multifaceted, so the rate of a standard session involves many angles of additional services--outside of regular weekly appointments, often including:
* additional research/study
* review of psycho-educational evaluations
* connection with allied professionals and possible referrals
* collaboration with the school learning team, academic counselors and/or dean
* parent support (phone calls, emails, and strategy sessions)
* professional development and expert training
* possible IEP/504 Meetings
* school observations
As a professionally certified coach, licensed master teacher, and seasoned educational planner, my approach is unique and designed to create a coaching structure of success for students and their families. I have served hundreds of individuals with complex diagnoses, including ADHD (slow/er processing speed, poor working memory, disorganization & social frustration), Twice Exceptionality/Giftedness, Dyslexia, and puzzling emotional struggles with perfection, procrastination, academic anxiety and motivation.
Although there are common threads in many of these cases, each student's challenges are completely idiosyncratic and ever-changing, so my interventions are tailored accordingly, with a delicate balance of evidence-based approaches and completely personalized strategies. Therefore, this work together is both a commitment and an investment to improve the learning landscape, for now and many years to come.
During an Initial Family Consultation at the Clifton Corner, specific details are shared about the best approach for a learning plan, corresponding fees, and eligibility for a sliding scale. Predictions of work together cannot be provided in advance of meeting with a family unit, reviewing required documents, and conducting essential assessments.