Talking Twenties is designed with young adults in mind but doesn’t require clients to be a certain age. So whether you’re about to leave your teens or beginning to think about your thirties, we would value the opportunity to assist with your journey, no matter your age.
I am in-network with Premera and Lifewise. For other insurance plans, I am happy to provide you with a superbill, which is essentially a receipt of services. You can provide this to your insurance for out of network reimbursement. However, you will still be responsible for appointment costs up front and in the event of no reimbursement from insurance.
No! Because we don’t operate through insurance, you’re free to start and continue care on your terms.
Unfortunately no, only provide services through video. Read more about telepsychiatry here .
Due to federal restrictions, stimulant medications (such as Adderall, Ritalin, Vyvanse, etc) and benzodiazepine anxiety medications (like Xanax or Klonopin) are not able to be prescribed via telepsychiatry. If during the course of care we decide these medicines would be appropriate, I am happy to communicate with your primary care provider who may be able to prescribe the medication during an in-person visit.
Cancellation less than 24 hours in advance will incur full cost of the appointment. This policy is in place so I can fill appointment times with those on a waiting list or who need last-minute care.
Anywhere quiet and private. Telepsychiatry offers flexibility, but also requires that you find a safe and quiet space to talk. If you don’t feel you can find a reliable place to meet, consider finding services at a mental health clinic.
The telemedicine platform is internet-based, and does not require installing any software. It’s accessible from phone, tablet, or computer. We recommend checking it out prior to your first appointment to work out any kinks. Make sure you also have access to a high-quality internet connection.
We understand the simplicity of using text and email in the digital age. Unfortunately, a lot of information can be lost without a full conversation. We ask that email communications are limited to specific questions or concerns. Medication changes will not be made over email. We recommend texting for brief messages, like letting us know you are running late for an appointment.