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Consulting Hypnotist      

PHONE: 443 599 8488           

10630 Little Patuxent Prkw, Suite 210

Columbia, MD 21044

 

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PAYMENT & CANCELLATION POLICY:

  •   I require full payment in advance for my services. Your appointment will not be considered booked until you complete the payment. You can call 443-599-8488 to schedule and then place the payment by clicking the button "BUY NOW" next to the appropriate listing. You may also request a custom invoice for privacy concerns that may simply state "Consultation", "Security Deposit", or "Purchase".  Secure payment through PayPal with the option to get 6 months interest free financing through PayPal Credit

 

  •       When you purchase my services, I commit to reserving enough time to serve you. That affects how many clients I can take on. For that reason, I do not offer refunds. If you want to make sure that my services are the right fit for you, I suggest booking one hour to start.

 

  • Your time is valuable, and so is mine. If you are late for your appointment, you lose that time. Regardless of how late you arrive, your appointment will end as scheduled. If you don't show, you will still be charged in full.

 

  • Appointment rescheduling must be made at least 48 hours before scheduled appointment or you will be charged for the full appointment.

 

  • I do not accept any insurance. I will provide the receipt for your payment, and you can try to get reimbursed by your insurance provider. Some plans under Medicaid and private insurances have coverage for Tobacco Cessation. Please watch this video about US Lung Association's recommendations for all insurance providers have coverage for Tobacco Cessation https://youtu.be/eXseuRgiWpw 

 

  • Check your FSA and HSA, theses accounts usually allow any deduction for non-reimbursed alternative medicine services.

 

  • IRS allows a tax credit for 100% of hypnosis expenses paid for weight loss and tobacco cessation. That means that you can take the cost of the service right off the top of what you owe at the end of the year, as long as you itemize their deductions. https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8885.pdf