FAQs

Are sessions held in person or via telehealth?

Dr. Kramer offers a hybrid model, mostly seeing children and adolescents in person and generally meeting with parents via video conference.  Dr. Kramer works with each family to determine the optimal plan for their needs.

Will services be covered by my insurance plan?

Dr. Kramer does not contract with any insurance companies.  Some plans offer partial reimbursement for out-of-network services and Dr. Kramer can provide a detailed monthly receipt for you to submit directly to your insurance provider. Please contact your insurance company directly to determine out-of-network benefits.  

How much do sessions cost?

Please contact Dr. Kramer directly for information regarding fees.  For information regarding the No Surprises Act please click here.

What are your payment policies?

Payment is due at time of session.  Dr. Kramer accepts cash, checks, and credit cards.  If you have a Health Savings Account or Flexible Spending Account, you can pay for services with the affiliated credit card or you can ask for a monthly receipt to submit for reimbursement.

Do you work with families outside of Massachusetts?

Dr. Kramer is a licensed clinical psychologist in Massachusetts and Vermont.  Psychotherapy sessions with residents of Massachusetts are held either in person or via telehealth.  Psychotherapy sessions with residents of Vermont are conducted via telehealth.  For families outside of Massachusetts or Vermont, Dr. Kramer offers parent coaching sessions via telehealth.

Do you offer parent education seminars?
Dr. Kramer enjoys speaking to parents and community groups.  Please click the About tab for a list of recent presentations and webinars.  Please contact Dr. Kramer directly for more information.