Yes! I sure do.
I am in the office on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. My earliest appointment is usually from 10am-11am, and my latest is usually from 6pm-7pm. If that works for you, give me a call and we can try to set something up!
CA Licensed Psychologist PSY 22360
Jessica Farber, Psy.D.
Everyone suffers from some sadness, worry, and stress in their lives. However, sometimes those feelings become so overwhelming that they impact your life and reduce your ability to function at school, work or in your relationships. If your feelings or symptoms are getting in the way of your ability to function, I recommend you seek help, either in the form of counseling or medical help.
Please read the information under the "Forms" tab before you come. If you don't get a chance, I will provide you with a hard copy so you can read it before your session. You don't need to print anything out or fill anything out in advance.
Feel free to call me with any questions or to set up an appointment. My phone number is (408) 800-2836. You can also email me at email@example.com (see contact tab).
I do not have a contract with any health insurance providers, but I am happy to bill any PPO Health Insurance plan as an "out-of-network provider." Often, health insurance will cover a portion of my fee after a deductible is met. To determine your coverage, call the member services phone number on your health insurance card. Note that my fee is different depending on whether or not you would like me to bill insurance.
Please call me at (408) 800-2836, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer that question as it changes on a weekly and sometimes daily basis.
I require sessions to be canceled 24 hours in advance to prevent you from being charged for a missed session.
My fee for therapy is $200 per 50 minute session if you would like me to bill your health insurance company directly. I charge $175 per session if you pay privately, and I accept check, cash, credit card and debit card.
I usually recommend sessions once per week. This is the best frequency to help you stay connected to the issues we are talking about and keep the dialogue and process going. Sometimes, if someone is suffering from very severe symptoms, I will recommend therapy twice per week. Alternatively, if symptoms are mild, less frequent sessions are also okay.