fees, insurance, policies

What are your fees?

Session fees differ by therapist. The fee ranges below are for individual therapy sessions which are 45 mins in length.

  • Licensed Therapists: $180-200 USD
  • Pre-Licensed Therapists: $170 USD
  • Pre-Licensed Psychologists: $200 USD, $250 for 90 min sessions (only applicable when certain treatment methods are being utilized)

Please see our team’s bios for their individual rates.

Absolutely not! Our services extend beyond the confines of Philadelphia. Thanks to the wonders of technology, all of our clinicians are equipped to provide virtual therapy sessions to individuals throughout Pennsylvania. This means that even if you reside in rural areas, you can still access the support you need from the comfort of your own space. Additionally, some of our therapists are licensed to provide therapy in Florida, Delaware, and other states. Please contact us to inquire about therapy outside of Pennsylvania.

We are not in-network with any insurance companies.

This is to ensure we can provide you and your loved ones with the high quality care you deserve without interference and limitations being imposed by insurance companies. Despite this, many of our clients receive reimbursement for some (or all) of our session fees by submitting superbills to their insurance companies on a monthly basis.

The superbill will notify your insurance company of the payments you have made for our services and based on your insurance plan, you may be eligible for a portion (or all) of the fee back. We provide all of our clients with insurance bills on a monthly basis for this reason.

Additional questions about getting reimbursement for our services? We recommend reaching out to your insurance provider directly as coverage and reimbursement rates differ from plan to plan.

At Daisy + Co. Therapy, we strive to provide exceptional care while respecting the time of both our clients and therapists. Should you need to adjust your appointment, please notify us a minimum of 24 hours prior to your scheduled session time. You have the option to contact your therapist directly or make changes through your Simple Practice Client Portal. Appointments cancelled or missed within the 24-hour window will be subject to the full session fee.


I or my loved one has a history of self-injurious behaviors and chronic suicidal thoughts. Will you still work with me?

Absolutely! In fact, this is one of our specialities! Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) was specifically designed to assist people struggling with self-injurious behaviors and chronic suicidal thoughts. We have a team of extensively trained therapists who specialize in providing high quality DBT therapy to clients age 13 and older. We offer both DBT skills groups and Individual Therapy for clients interested in DBT.

If you are experiencing these symptoms or you have a loved one who is, please let our Intake Coordinator know so we can ensure you’re matched with therapists who can provide the best possible care to you!

Absolutely, our team is here to support both parents and children, whether it’s individually or together. Our aim is to work together on a personalized plan that fits your family’s unique dynamics. During the initial two to four weeks of treatment, we’ll take the time to really get to know your family’s needs. If we think that adding parent sessions and support to our approach would be the best way forward, we’ll work closely with you to explore the available options.

If you are aged 14 or older, Pennsylvania law allows you to consent to your own mental health treatment without requiring the knowledge or consent of a parent or guardian. This allows you to seek the support you need, even if you prefer to keep your treatment journey private. If you’re 14 or older and find yourself in need of services while facing barriers due to parental involvement, please reach out to our Intake Coordinator. We’re here to discuss potential options for support that might be available for you.

Discovering that your child is queer, trans, non-binary, or questioning can evoke a range of emotions and questions. We understand the uncertainties you might be facing. What does this mean for them? What is the transitioning process like? What do I, as a parent, need to know about supporting an LGBTQIA+ identified person? We’re here to provide the guidance you need. Reach out to our Intake Coordinator, and we’ll discuss how we can support you during this time.

Confidentiality is a cornerstone of our practice. We take your privacy seriously, and anything you share during your sessions is kept strictly confidential. However, there are specific situations where we are required to breach confidentiality in the interest of safety. These instances include if you express intent to attempt suicide, report physical harm (including sexual abuse), indicate intent to harm someone else, report elder abuse, or if your mental health records are requested by a judge during a court case. If any of these issues arise during the course of your treatment, your therapist will collaborate with you on a cope ahead plan that you and your therapist can carry out to disclose necessary information to your caregivers.

Participating in court cases of any kind beyond providing a generic letter confirming you or your child’s participation in services with us is outside our scope of practice. If you are looking for a mental health professional to support you or testify on your behalf during a court case, we can provide you with support outside of our center.

Our approach focuses on therapeutic guidance, rather than specific directives. We work collaboratively to empower you with tools to effectively engage with your child or teen. While we can’t directly instruct them to complete tasks like cleaning their room or doing homework, we can equip you with strategies to encourage positive behaviors. If you’re interested in learning more about motivating your child or teen, let us know at the start of your child’s treatment or at any point throughout it. We’ll provide guidance on interacting with them in ways that promote cooperation and responsibility.

In Pennsylvania, if your child is 14 or older, they can consent to their own mental health treatment without requiring both parents’ agreement. If the other parent does not support treatment, your child can still seek the help they need independently.

For children under 14, consent requirements may vary, so it’s best to consult a legal or mental health professional for guidance on your specific situation. Feel free to contact our Intake Coordinator for personalized assistance in ensuring your child’s well-being and access to care.

It’s understandable that after three sessions, things might still feel challenging, and you might be wondering what’s next. During those first 2-4 sessions, our main focus is getting to know you, your struggles, and to carry out all of the assessments necessary for our incredible and highly skilled therapists to help tailor a treatment plan that’s just right for you, helping you reach your goals.

Change takes time and consistency. Three sessions represent a beginning, not a conclusion. We believe that sustainable change happens through gradual steps and real-life application. Our therapists and facilitators are here to teach, guide, and support you along this journey. The more open you are to embracing the recommendations provided by your therapist, the more likely you are to see positive results. Remember, you’re not alone in this process. We’re committed to helping you achieve your goals, and we encourage patience and persistence.

Navigating challenges while dealing with chaos is undoubtedly tough. We understand that everyone’s circumstances are unique. If you believe that your current situation doesn’t allow for immediate focus on treatment, it’s important to honor your limits. However, if you’re open to exploring small steps toward change, even amidst chaos, we’re here to help. Our experienced therapists can guide you through strategies to initiate positive shifts in your life, even in the midst of challenging times. Reach out to learn more about how we can provide support tailored to your circumstances.

It depends! Some kids and teens may initially resist therapy, but become more open as they experience the benefits of a safe and supportive space. Others may require more time before they are ready to engage. Our therapists are skilled at fostering rapport, and we’re here to provide guidance. If resistance persists, we’ll collaborate with you to explore alternative strategies that support positive change, both at home and in other environments.

We employ a variety of evidence-based treatment methods tailored to your unique needs. During your free 20-minute Consultation Call, we’ll discuss your goals and match you with a therapist whose approach aligns with your preferences and needs. Our goal is to provide effective and personalized support to help you achieve your desired outcomes.

We employ a variety of evidence-based treatment methods tailored to your unique needs. During your free 20-minute Consultation Call, we’ll discuss your goals and match you with a therapist whose approach aligns with your preferences and needs. Our goal is to provide effective and personalized support to help you achieve your desired outcomes. To learn more about the different treatment modalities each of our therapists specialize in, please check out their bios here!

Absolutely! We are always looking to expand our team with passionate individuals. If you’re a licensed therapist and/or a clinician interested in providing full program DBT to clients,  please reach out to us at hello@daisyandcotherapy.com.

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