To request an appointment, use the button below or Contact John by phone, e-mail, or message form. The REQUEST APPOINTMENT button will take you to my patient portal at therapyportal.com. The first session is scheduled for 120 minutes in duration. Subsequent sessions are 60 minutes.
If you have questions, need additional information, or would like to speak with John before making an appointment, you can leave a message for me on my voicemail (785-764-1357) or e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) at anytime (24/7). You can also use the message form at the bottom of this page.
I currently share space with another psychologist (Anne Owen, PhD). These are the days and times I am currently available to schedule people to see me at her office (Suite 202):
Mondays: 7AM – 9PM
Tuesdays: 5PM – 9PM
Wednesdays: 7AM – 9PM
The first session is a flat rate of $200. My hourly rate is $200 per hour (though the first session is still a flat $200 fee). When appropriate, video sessions can be arranged using a more flexible schedule for self-pay patients after initial sessions. Payment is due when services are provided. I do not charge for missed or cancelled appointments.
Health Savings Accounts can be used for self-pay fees, high deductibles, co-payments, and co-insurance.
I am an in-network provider for BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS). I will attempt to verify your insurance benefits with you prior to the first appointment. I encourage all potential patients to clarify and confirm their insurance benefits by contacting their insurance company. Most insurance plans provide minimal support when using out-of-network providers; an in-network provider will almost always maximize your insurance benefits. Still, I can submit insurance claims for patients who do not have BCBS insurance or provide you with the information you need to seek reimbursement from your insurance company. Co-payments or co-insurance are due when services are provided. I do not charge for missed or cancelled appointments.
I AM NOT a Medicare or Medicaid provider; my patients who have Medicare or Medicaid are limited to self-pay and cannot seek reimbursement.