Do you take health insurance?

Dr. Munn is not paneled with any insurance companies, however she can provide you with a superbill that includes appropriate ICD (medical diagnostic codes) and CPT (procedure codes) to submit to your insurance for partial reimbursement if you have out of network benefits. On the first of the month, a superbill statement will be generated which can be downloaded from your secure portal account by clicking here.

Prior to scheduling your first appointment, please know what your out of network mental health benefits are. If you are not sure about your benefits, please contact the member services number on the back of your insurance card. It should only take a few minutes. You will want to verify the following information:
1) What are my out of network mental health benefits?
2) What is my reimbursement rate?
-What will you pay up to per psychotherapy session?
-What is the maximum amount per psychotherapy session (CPT 90834) that is reimbursed? 
2) What is my session allowance?
3) Do I have a deductible? Note: a deductible is a specified amount of money that the insured must pay before an insurance company will pay a claim.
-Do I have to meet the deductible before insurance will cover the therapy session?
-What is the deductible amount? 
4) What is my reimbursement rate for psychotherapy once I have met my out of pocket maximum?
5) What administrative steps do I have to take to get reimbursed?

How much does therapy or coaching cost?

For fee schedule, please contact Dr. Munn by clicking here.

What payment do you take?

Dr. Munn only accepts credit or debit cards as payment at time of service. Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flex-Spending Account (FSA) credit or debit cards may also be used as payment. 

How often does therapy occur?

While the length and duration of sessions depends upon presenting concerns and needs of the individual or family, sessions typically occur weekly for 45 minutes.

Can we talk before meeting in person?

Absolutely. Prior to meeting in person, it can be very helpful to briefly speak over the phone (approx. 20 minutes) to discuss your reasons for seeking therapy, address any questions you have for Dr. Munn and mutually decide whether to proceed to schedule an in-person appointment.

How can I make an appointment?

If you would like to talk about working together, or learn more about what to expect, please click here to schedule your free 20 minute consultation.

If you are a current client, log in here to check out your billing, and fill out forms online.

Please note that due to limits of technology, email is not a guaranteed form of confidential communication.

Do you provide telehealth or remote sessions?

Yes. Dr. Munn provides video therapy and coaching for individuals residing anywhere in California. Dr. Munn uses a secure platform online for video sessions,

Who do you work with?

Dr. Munn specializes in treating ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression across the lifespan.

Typically, the clients she works with are seen as bright and hardworking. They often doubt themselves; they have low mood, trouble with focus, fear of failure, performance anxiety and imposter syndrome; and they’re preoccupied with worries and stressors. The most important factor in the clients she works with is that they are motivated to change (become more confident, feel happier, focused, and perform at their optimal level).

Counseling can be hard work for clients and families because it requires talking about things that are often hidden and uncomfortable, or not in their conscious awareness. While it is hard work, the rewards are often enormous, and the subsequent positive effects are often life-changing.  

What kind of therapy and coaching do you provide?

Dr. Munn provides two types of therapy; the first type of therapy focuses on developing social skills, coping skills, and organizational skills to enhance self-efficacy and improve daily living; the second type of therapy focuses on working through underlying causes of stress and pain to foster overall happiness and life satisfaction.

Dr. Munn provides parent coaching and ADHD coaching. Coaching is focused on developing specific, targeted, and time-limited goals and strategies to meet those particular goals. Many times individuals are functioning fairly well in many aspects of their lives but need to develop a particular skillset or new approach to engaging in an area of challenge (e.g. setting boundaries, organizing and planning, etc.).

While Dr. Munn utilizes a variety of evidence based strategies to reduce stress, improve mood and everyday living, therapy and coaching will be collaborative and tailored to meet each person where they are at given their unique set of strengths and needs.

What kinds of consultation do you provide?

Dr. Munn provides parent training and wellness training for schools and organizations. For parent trainings, workshops are focused on psychoeducation on adolescent development, trauma, emotional regulation, and fostering skills to improve parenting effectiveness.

Are there a list of hotlines I contact contact for resources and support?

National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453 |
Adult Protective Services Hotline: 1-866-225-5277 |
Bay Area Information and Resources Hotline: 211 |
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 |
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 |
National Parent Helpline:  1-855-427-2736 |
National Drug Helpline: 1-888-633-339 |
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline: 1-866-331-9474 |
National Runaway Switchboard: 1-800-786-2929 |
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673 |
National Center for Victims of Crime: 1-800-394-2255 |