Reduced fee and sliding scale services are available on a limited and case-by-case basis. Please ask me about reduced fee rate, if you feel this might apply to you, due to financial constraints. If at some point during your treatment you are unable to afford your prearranged reduced fee agreement due to financial constraints, please discuss alternate options with me. These options might include a re-negotiated fee or referral to state or county funded outpatient services for low-income individuals.
Please fill out the intake forms prior to our first appointment.
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
Individual therapy session:
$150 per 60 minute session $200 per 90 minute session
Couples & Family therapy sessions:
$150 per 60-minute session $200per 90-minute session
$30 for 10-20 minute phone calls $50 for 20-30 minute phone calls
Jerry Moreau, LMFT Psychotherapy & Counseling Services
619-208-7654 / JerryMoreauMFT@cox.net
© Copyright Jerry Moreau, LMFT All Rights Reserved.
If you do not show up for your scheduled therapy appointment, and you have not notified me at least 24 hours in advance, you will be required to pay the full cost of the session.
Monday - 9am-12pm & 2pm-7pm
Tuesday - 2pm -7pm
Wednesday - 9am-12pm & 2pm-4pm
Thursday - 2pm-7pm
Friday - 9am-12pm
Saturday - Variable Hours
Sunday - Day Off
Availability changes depending upon my teaching schedule
I offer a complimentary consultation, about 15-minutes via phone or video. This will give us a chance to introduce each other and give you a sense if we are good match for each other. It will also help me to know if I will be able to help you or not.
I look forward to meeting with you.
Cash, check, and all major credit cards accepted for payment. I also take FSA/HSA payments so you can use your pre-tax dollars for my services, if you have an FSA/HSA.
Jerry Moreau, LMFT(he/him/his)
Psychotherapy & Counseling (LMFT 52696)
Private or commercial insurance is not accepted at this time.
I do provide receipts called super bills that you can submit (on your own) to your insurance company. If you have out of network benefits, you might be able to get some money back. But yes, you pay me first and try to get money back. The only company I can find right now that helps with this is Reimbursify. I have never used the system but if you need some help submitting your receipts, they look like they might be an okay company to contact.
Self-Pay vs Insurance