“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.” – Siddartha Guatama Buddha

Counseling and Reiki Intuitive Therapy

$150 for 90 minute Initial Intake Assessment (required)
$100 for 60 minute session

I accept cash, all major credit cards, and HSA cards. Please contact me directly at or at 503-880-7190 for more information.

I am out of network for all insurance companies at this time. However, I can provide an invoice that you can submit to your insurance. Sometimes they will reimburse.

Children’s Reiki Sessions

$75 for 60 minute session (shorter children’s sessions available for $50) I accept cash and all major credit cards. Please contact me directly at or at 503-880-7190 for more information.


Reiki Session Options

Relationship Counseling

$150 for 90 minute Initial Intake Assessment (required)
$100 for 60 minute session

I accept cash, all major credit cards, and HSA cards.  Please contact me directly at  or at 503-880-7190 for more information.

Questions regarding insurance use for relationship counseling? The quick answer is this: couples therapy is not covered by insurance. If you have any questions about this contact your insurance provider directly and ask specifically if “couples therapy” or “marriage counseling” is covered.

Medical insurance is concerned with the identification and sequential remediation of disease and illness. All insurance reimbursement requires four things from the clinician: 1. Documentation of an identified patient who receives the focus of treatment, 2. Apsychiatric/mental health diagnosis for that identified patient, 3. An assessment and finding ofmedical necessity relevant to the diagnosis for the identified patient, and 4. A CPT code(Current Procedural Terminology) describing the method of intervention. There is no CPT code for couples therapy. While some therapists believe family therapy 90847 includes couples therapy, I believe that is in error. For insurance reimbursement family therapy 90847 still requires an identified patient with a psychiatric diagnosis specific to medical necessity.

Any documentation, or lack thereof, for insurance reimbursement that misrepresents the context of therapeutic services is insurance fraud and grounds for malpractice. While I believe couples therapy should be covered by medical insurance, its practice orientation does not fit within the rigid medical disease model of America’s insurance industry. However, many Medical Savings Accounts or Flex Fund Accounts can be used for couples counseling. Please inform me if you would like a receipt for your account.