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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out this list of commonly asked questions about Be Well Counseling. If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact us below.

Does Be Well accept insurance?

Be Well Counseling is considered an Out-of-network provider. You will need to check with your insurance company to see if they reimburse for out-of-network services. If so, Be Well will provide you with a superbill (which requires a mental health diagnosis) to help with the reimbursement of your sessions. However, all session costs will need to be paid up front at the time of the service. 

What is a good faith estimate?

The Good Faith Estimate (aka No Surprises Act) is a new rule that applies to all medical providers to help patients and clients make informed financial decisions by having a clear understanding of the anticipated cost of care. Read more about it here: What is a Good Faith Estimate? - Mental Health Match

How much does therapy cost?

Individual therapy sessions are 50 minutes in length and for new clients, begin at a rate of $200 with a sliding scale option. Individual 50 minute guided meditation sessions are a flat rate of $130. Depending on your needs, an appropriate Good Faith Estimate will be sent to you so you can understand the costs in greater detail for your specific situation. If you can only afford less than $100 a session, please send me a contact form.

What if I don't think Be Well is the best fit for me?

Consultations calls are always encouraged to assess best fit before scheduling a first session. As a professional who follow ethical guidelines provided by the American Counseling Association, it is my duty to be aware of my scope of practice and get you connected to other resources if I'm not helping you move through your concerns appropriately or adequately. You can trust me to be honest and upfront about that from the get go.

Does Be Well offer child or couple's therapy services?

All of Be Well's services are strictly tailored to high-functioning, individual adults. If you would like resources on child, adolescent or couples therapists, I would be happy to point you in the right direction. Shoot me an email on our contact page.

I need an Emotional Support Animal Letter. Can Be Well write one for me?

Because of the red tape and legalities that are often tied to Emotional Animal Support letters, Be Well hesitates to write them. Asking your Primary Care Physician or your Psychiatrist are good places to start.

How should I prepare for a
telehealth appointment? 

First and foremost, we want to create a safe space, a replica of the privacy you would have in the therapy office. Be in a space where you are alone and can speak freely. This may be in your car (please don't drive and attempt to make your appointment), in your closet, in your room/office, in the park. Secondly, we want good internet connection. Be close to WIFI and close out any other applications that may prevent you from having great connection. Lastly, before your appointment, ensure your camera and microphone work appropriately and your device is charged. 

Are therapy appointments only  on-line or can I come in person?

At this time, Be Well is only offering virtual sessions. There is a strong desire to have an in person location and will be listed in the client portal when available.  

I don't live in Colorado. Can I still schedule an appointment with Be Well?

I am only licensed in Colorado and Texas. If you are physically located in either of those, I've got you covered. If not, feel free to reach out for resources, visit or

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