No Place Too Remote

Apricity Behavioral Health is an entirely virtual practice. This means you can get the help you need from the comfort of your own home no matter where you are in the world. You don't have to worry about running into anyone in the waiting room, catching the flu, or getting stuck in traffic! Just grab your computer and a comfortable, private spot in your house and you're there!  My therapy practice is 100 percent HIPPA compliant: your personal information—both spoken and written—is 100 percent private and secure.

How It Works

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1. Schedule a free 15 minute consultation.

2.  Decide if we're a good fit for each other.

3.  Begin a therapeutic conversation.    

Pricing and Insurance

I currently do not accept any insurance plans. There are several reasons for this. Insurance companies require therapists to provide a legitimate diagnosis in order to reimburse for services.  This becomes a part of your permanent health record that can affect security clearances, adoption processes and other background checks. Also, insurance companies dictate how many sessions they will cover given your diagnosis. This “one-size-fits-all” policy is the antithesis of my individualized approach. Each person’s situation is unique with varying levels of intensity and circumstance. I do not feel it is appropriate for insurance companies to stress the therapeutic process by pressuring both you and I to work according to their prescribed timeline.

Each 50-minute session costs $60 payable via the client portal prior to each appointment. If the fee presents a problem for you, please contact me so that we can discuss the possibility of alternate arrangements.

 


Therapist Shannon Miller holds a master’s degree in social work, specializing in mental health. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in education. Over the past 15 years, Shannon has lived in six countries on three continents. She held a top-secret security clearance during the years she worked for the State Department.