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What's the format?


-Ideally, we'll meet at least 3 times. The first visit is typically 2.5 hours, the second is 1-2 hours & the 3rd & following are typically 30-45 minutes. 

How much do visits cost?

-Initial consultations are $150. First follow-up visits are $100.  All subsequent visits are $75.   Special combo pricing for commitment to 3 or more visits is available.  Extended / involved visits will be billed to appropriately reflect practitioner's time.  The cost of your custom herbal formula is additional, and will vary from visit to visit.  With flexibility, we can choose herb forms which help keep cost agreeable. 

Where do I begin?

-Decide what areas of your life you'd like help with.

Complete appropriate intake form, and (e)mail it back to me before our initial consultation:

Gather supplements, herbs, medications you're taking.

Decide what you're willing to let go of to get where you want to go.

Breathe deeply and welcome the excitement of exploring YOU!

When are appointments available?

-Monday through Thursday.  I offer morning, afternoon, & evening hours.  Alternate hours available upon request as possible.  

Frequently Asked Questions ~


Here is some additional information about herbal and nutritional consultations.  If your question is not answered here, please feel free to email with specific inquiries. 

Do you accept my insurance?

-I don't know.  Some insurance companies reimburse for nutritionist services; others do not.  Payment is due at the time of service, and then you may submit a claim to your insurance provider after our visit for reimbursement, provided your particular provider reimburses for this expense.   In certain cases, they require a specific diagnostic code for a particular disease/pathology from your primary care physician or specialist and a referral from your MD for nutritionist services.  In some cases you can simply submit a claim without referral or code.  The waters of insurance company politics are always murky.  If you have a question, please speak with your insurance provider or human resources department for clarity.  They can answer this question for you; alas, I cannot! :)

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