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Mary Minten, PhD

775 329-4582  ext 8

Telehealth Sessions
We are now offering telehealth visits. Please check with your insurance to see that they are covered if you plan to use insurance. If you want to enroll in telehealth sessions please give us a call. In your voicemail confirm we can email you and leave your email address on the voice message (speak slowly and clearly and spell twice!). 

Note email is not as protected in terms of your privacy or confidentiality - so you must confirm you give us permission to use your email address. Email is available only for telehealth visits (as we must email you the link) and is limited to scheduling appointments and accessing links for visits (do not share other information by email).

In-person sessions
1005 Forest Street
Reno, NV 89509

Payment Options

We accept self-pay clients. For this form of payment clients cover the full cost of services. Call for current rates.

We are currently providers for two insurance panels: 
Hometown Health. 

Please check with your insurance company before starting as even these two companies have different plans, and not all practitioners are on all plans. Also deductibles and co-pays vary widely. Contacting your insurance company will improve your understanding of who and what they will cover. 

If you have another plan and that plan covers out-of-network costs, you can also contact your plan to to find out if they will cover sessions at our office. You will have to do billing and follow up with your insurance over the course of treatment. We can provide statements for you to do the insurance billing. You are responsible for the difference between what your insurance covers and the cost of sessions (we do not have a contracted rate with other insurance panels).

Anything not covered by the insurance plan is your responsibility to pay.

Rippling refers to the fact that each of us creases – often without our conscious intent or knowledge – concentric circles of influence that may affect others for years, even for generations. That is, the effect we have on other people is in turn passed on to others, much as the ripples in a pond go on and on until they’re no longer visible but continue at a nano level. The idea that we can leave something of ourselves, even beyond our knowing, offers a potent answer to those who claim that meaninglessness inevitably flows from one’s finiteness and transiency.  
- Irvin Yalom, Staring at the Sun
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