I am a private pay provider, but do provide the necessary forms to file towards your out-of-network coverage with your insurance provider, if that’s what you choose to do. I will provide a Superbill upon request, which is an itemized invoice that includes the necessary codes and information needed by most insurance companies. It is your responsibility to file this form with your insurance company. I do hold a reserve of reduce rate spots, of which there is limited availability upon request. Listed below are my fees.

Individual Sessions

Individual sessions are 50 minutes in length @ $125 per session.

Parent/Family Sessions

Parent/family sessions are 50 minutes in length @ $125 per session.


Mindful Movement Sessions

Mindful Movement therapy sessions are 30 minutes @ $65, 50 minutes @ $125, or 75 minutes @ $160. The first few sessions will include more psycho-education and history gathering, so I may require scheduling for at least a full 50 minutes as we get started.

Supervision Sessions

Supervision sessions are 50 minutes in length @ $80 per session. An individual session can consist of 1-2 practitioners, making splitting the cost an option as well.



I. MY PLEDGE REGARDING HEALTH INFORMATION: I understand that health information about your care is personal. I am committed to protecting health information about you. I create a record of the care and services you receive from me. I need this record to provide you with quality care and to comply with certain legal requirements. This notice applies to all of the records of your care generated by this mental health care practice. This notice will tell you about the ways in which I may use and disclose health information about you. I also describe your rights to the health information I keep about you and describe certain obligations I have regarding the use and disclosure of your health information. I am required by law to:

• Make sure that protected health information (“PHI”) that identifies you is kept private.

• Give you this notice of my legal duties and privacy practices with respect to health information.

• Follow the terms of the notice that is currently in effect.

• I can change the terms of this Notice, and such changes will apply to all information I have about you. The new Notice will be available upon request, in my office, and on my website.

II. HOW I MAY USE AND DISCLOSE HEALTH INFORMATION ABOUT YOU: The following categories describe different ways that I use and disclose health information. For each category of uses or disclosures I will explain what I mean and try to give some examples. Not every use or disclosure in a category will be listed. However, all of the ways I am permitted to use and disclose information will fall within one of the categories.

For Treatment Payment, or Health Care Operations: Federal privacy rules (regulations) allow health care providers who have direct treatment relationship with the patient/client to use or disclose the patient/client’s personal health information without the patient’s written authorization, to carry out the health care provider’s own treatment, payment or health care operations. I may also disclose your protected health information for the treatment activities of any health care provider. This too can be done without your written authorization. For example, if a clinician were to consult with another licensed health care provider about your condition, we would be permitted to use and disclose your personal health information, which is otherwise confidential, in order to assist the clinician in diagnosis and treatment of your mental health condition.

Disclosures for treatment purposes are not limited to the minimum necessary standard. Because therapists and other health care providers need access to the full record and/or full and complete information in order to provide quality care. The word “treatment” includes, among other things, the coordination and management of health care providers with a third party, consultations between health care providers and referrals of a patient for health care from one health care provider to another.

Lawsuits and Disputes: If you are involved in a lawsuit, I may disclose health information in response to a court or administrative order. I may also disclose health information about you in response to a subpoena, discovery request, or other lawful process by someone else involved in the dispute, but only if efforts have been made to tell you about the request or to obtain an order protecting the information requested.


  1. Psychotherapy Notes. I do keep “psychotherapy notes” as that term is defined in 45 CFR § 164.501, and any use or disclosure of such notes requires your Authorization unless the use or disclosure is: a. For my use in treating you. b. For my use in training or supervising mental health practitioners to help them improve their skills in group, joint, family, or individual counseling or therapy. c. For my use in defending myself in legal proceedings instituted by you. d. For use by the Secretary of Health and Human Services to investigate my compliance with HIPAA. e. Required by law and the use or disclosure is limited to the requirements of such law. f. Required by law for certain health oversight activities pertaining to the originator of the psychotherapy notes. g. Required by a coroner who is performing duties authorized by law. h. Required to help avert a serious threat to the health and safety of others.

  2. Marketing Purposes. As a psychotherapist, I will not use or disclose your PHI for marketing purposes.

  3. Sale of PHI. As a psychotherapist, I will not sell your PHI in the regular course of my business.

IV. CERTAIN USES AND DISCLOSURES DO NOT REQUIRE YOUR AUTHORIZATION. Subject to certain limitations in the law, I can use and disclose your PHI without your Authorization for the following reasons:

  1. When disclosure is required by state or federal law, and the use or disclosure complies with and is limited to the relevant requirements of such law.

  2. For public health activities, including reporting suspected child, elder, or dependent adult abuse, or preventing or reducing a serious threat to anyone’s health or safety.

  3. For health oversight activities, including audits and investigations.

  4. For judicial and administrative proceedings, including responding to a court or administrative order, although my preference is to obtain an Authorization from you before doing so.

  5. For law enforcement purposes, including reporting crimes occurring on my premises.

  6. To coroners or medical examiners, when such individuals are performing duties authorized by law.

  7. For research purposes, including studying and comparing the mental health of patients who received one form of therapy versus those who received another form of therapy for the same condition.

  8. Specialized government functions, including, ensuring the proper execution of military missions; protecting the President of the United States; conducting intelligence or counter-intelligence operations; or, helping to ensure the safety of those working within or housed in correctional institutions.

  9. Appointment reminders and health related benefits or services. I may use and disclose your PHI to contact you to remind you that you have an appointment with me. I may also use and disclose your PHI to tell you about treatment alternatives, or other health care services or benefits that I offer.

  10. Payment: I may use and disclose protected health information to obtain reimbursement for the health care provided to you, including determination of eligibility and coverage and other utilization review activities. Individuals involved in your care or payment for your care: Unless you object, we may disclose your protected health information to an individual identified by you when they are involved in your care or the payment for your care. We will only disclose the protected health information directly relevant to their involvement in your care or payment.

  11. Business Associates: There may be some services provided through Business Associates. Example includes a copy services when making copies of your health record. When these services are contracted, I may disclose some or all of your health information to my Business Associate so that they can perform the job we have asked them to do. To protect your health information, however, I require the Business Associate to appropriately safeguard the information.


  1. Disclosures to family, friends, or others. I may provide your PHI to a family member, friend, or other person that you indicate is involved in your care or the payment for your health care, unless you object in whole or in part. The opportunity to consent may be obtained retroactively in emergency situations.


  1. The Right to Request Limits on Uses and Disclosures of Your PHI. You have the right to ask me not to use or disclose certain PHI for treatment, payment, or health care operations purposes. I am not required to agree to your request, and I may say “no” if I believe it would affect your health care.

  2. The Right to Choose How I Send PHI to You. You have the right to ask me to contact you in a specific way (for example, home or office phone) or to send mail to a different address, and I will agree to all reasonable requests.

  3. The Right to See and Get Copies of Your PHI. Other than “psychotherapy notes,” you have the right to get an electronic or paper copy of your medical record and other information that I have about you. I will provide you with a copy of your record, or a summary of it, if you agree to receive a summary, within 30 days of receiving your written request, and I may charge a reasonable, cost based fee for doing so.

  4. The Right to Correct or Update Your PHI. If you believe that there is a mistake in your PHI, or that a piece of important information is missing from your PHI, you have the right to request that I correct the existing information or add the missing information. I may say “no” to your request, but I will tell you why in writing within 60 days of receiving your request.

  5. The Right to ask us not to share information for the purpose of our operations with your health insurer if you pay for a service or health care item out-of-pocket in full. We will say “yes” unless a law requires us to share that information.

  6. The Right to ask for a list (accounting) of the times we’ve shared your health information for six years prior to the date you ask, who we shared it with, and why. We will include all the disclosures except those about treatment, payment, and healthcare operations, and certain other disclosures. We’ll provide one accounting a year for free, but will charge a reasonable, cost-based fee if you ask for another one within 12 months.

  7. The Right to Get a Paper or Electronic Copy of this Notice. You have the right get a paper copy of this Notice, and you have the right to get a copy of this notice by e-mail. And, even if you have agreed to receive this Notice via e-mail, you also have the right to request a paper copy of it.

VII: BUSINESS PRACTICES: The following business practices, though not all-inclusive, may constitute a potential risk to your confidentiality, in spite of the security measures that I have in place to protect your privacy. By signing at the end of this document you understand and acknowledge the possible risk and your consent for such practices to be utilized: use of an electronic calendar, use of a paper calendar, use of a cell phone for communication with you and other professionals, use of a laptop computer, use of unencrypted email, use of computerized billing, use of shared office space with the independent practices of other health professionals with potential access to, among other things, common storage and file space, mailboxes, messages, fax machines.


This notice went into effect on September 1, 2019

Acknowledgement of Receipt of Privacy Notice

Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), you have certain rights regarding the use and disclosure of your protected health information. By checking the box below, you are acknowledging that you have received a copy of HIPPA Notice of Privacy Practices.

If you have questions about this notice or would like additional information, you may contact Kayli Cross at the telephone above. If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you have the right to file a complaint with the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (1-877-696-6775) or Texas Attorney General’s Office (800-252-8011). The complaint must be in writing, describe the acts of omissions that you believe violate your privacy rights, and be filed within 180 days of when you knew or should have known that the act or omission occurred. I will take no retaliatory action against you if you make such complaints.

NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES AVAILABILITY: This notice will be prominently posted in the office. You may also obtain a hard copy upon request, and the notice will be maintained on your Simple Practice account for downloading.

Juniper Crossing Practice: Solutions for Grounded Living

Kayli Cross, Owner

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (#201562)

Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (#11485)