For scheduling, please complete the Therapy Inquiry Form below.
*As of October 2021, Dallas CBT’s waitlist is closed as we are unable to accept new clients at this time. Please check back next month, and see Waitlist FAQs for more information.
To begin therapy, we will first meet for an intake assessment to get to know you and your concerns, discuss your goals, and agree on a plan for treatment. These appointments typically last 60 minutes. The first step to setting up an initial appointment is to complete our online Therapy Inquiry Form below.
We believe in therapy with clearly defined treatment goals that can give you tools to significantly improve your life in a matter of months. After completing an initial intake appointment, a typical course of treatment is between 16-20 therapy sessions (i.e., 4 to 5 months), although this can vary by a client’s needs and preferences. Length of treatment will be a mutual decision between you and your therapist. When treatment goals are met, you will have a new set of tools and strategies to continue to practice after therapy.
We accept cash, check, and credit card for payment, and payment is due at the time of the session. We currently do not accept insurance but will provide a detailed receipt so that you may seek reimbursement if you wish. We are considered an out of network provider, and therefore different benefits may apply for reimbursement.
Fees by Psychologist
Initial intake appointments are $200. Our ongoing hourly fees range from $150 to $225, specified below:
$225 – Drs. Croft-Caderao and Holland
$200 – Drs. Kirby, Aikins, and Minze
$175 – Drs. Sharp and Camara
$175 – Couples and Family Therapy with Katie Witcher-Crawford, LMFT
$150 – Christopher DuFour, LPC and Katie Witcher-Crawford, LMFT (individual therapy)
Existing clients may make scheduling requests or changes on our online calendar here: Client Portal
All are welcome. We value and affirm each person we work with, regardless of background or identity.
(60 to 75 minutes)
$150 – $225
Couples & Families
Group Therapy for Social Anxiety
Psychoeducational, ADHD, &/or Autism Assessment