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Dr. Reeves passionately believes that therapy should be available to those that seek it. If individuals are brave enough to reach out for help with mental disorders, Dr. Reeves believes that fees should not hold them back. As such she is able to provide treatment at affordable rates.
Individual $175-225 50 minutes
Couples/Family $225 90 minutes
Online Telehealth $150
Dr. Reeves is able to take sliding scale clients based on financial need $65-100 per session
Individual sessions (60 Minutes) $100
Group sessions (2 Hours)
Consulting and Coaching $250-300/hour
Psychological Evaluation for Immigration and letters $250/hour (click to learn more)
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“The Psychological Evaluation is an evaluation carried out by a professional which determines a person’s state of mental health. In the case of immigrants, these evaluations are intended to present evidence in legal immigration cases for the obtaining of different types of visas or asylum for permanent residence in the United States.
The Psychological Evaluation is neutral, meaning that it is handled with ethics, confidentiality, honesty, objectivity, and a professional language. It takes into account that the clinical diagnosis of the evaluation and symptoms is shown as evidence in legal immigration cases.
Beck Depression Inventory, Post Traumatic Civil Disorder, and ACES are used in order to obtain results supported and presented in the migratory cases.
The types of visas or asylum in order to obtain permanent residency in the United States and those that require a Psychological Evaluation are the following:
The U-visa is a United States non-immigrant visa reserved for victims of crimes who have been mentally or physically abused and are willing to assist law enforcement and government authorities in the investigation or prosecution of offenders.
Asylum or refugee
A refugee is a person who can not or does not want to return to their country of origin due to a well-founded fear of persecution or because the person’s life or freedom is threatened. To apply for refugee status, the applicant must be physically outside of the United States.
The VAWA allows an abused spouse, a US citizen, legal permanent resident, or an abused parent of a US citizen to apply for legal status in the United States, have employment, authorization, and access to public benefits. VAWA works with survivors of domestic violence for whom it is essential to escape violence and establish safe and independent lives.
Survivors of trafficking may be eligible to obtain legal status, an employment authorization, and a possible path to permanent residence, but this is a unique population with several aspects that require many resources.
The psychological evaluation contains the following components:
Reasons to request an evaluation
Psychological History (Family, social circle, occupation, finances, health, housing, others)
Current and past legal problems
Other stressful psychological factors (history of trauma, medical, psychiatric, mental condition examination)
Predictions for future
Impressions about the diagnosis
The evaluations last between 2 hours (when a person is applying on behalf of their family member who is not yet in the US) and 4 hours (when it is with the client of interest), so it is a comprehensive evaluation, which should not be confused with an evaluation service that only says that you should go to therapy or go with a specialist for these services.
The result is a Psychological Evaluation report signed by the professional who performs it which must be submitted for the legal process of obtaining a visa or asylum. In the case of nonimmigrant visas, one does not need to go to court; for the case of Asylums, one must go to court and follow the established procedure. If there are cases that require therapy after the evaluation, one should continue with professional therapists.
It is important that the evaluations are carried out by experts, both for the evaluations and for the follow-up of the cases.
*Payment of services is due in full when services are rendered.
Sessions may be covered by insurance. Please contact your insurance provider and ask them the following questions:
Do I have mental health Insurance benefits?
What is my deductible and has it been met?
How many sessions per year does my insurance cover?
Dr. Reeves accepts Cash, Check, Credit Card and most PPO insurance
Please Note: Dr.. Reeves has a 24 hour cancelation policy. 24 hour notice is required for all canceled appointments. The regular session fee will be charged for a missed session if 24 hour notice is not given.