Athenia Teng
Senior Associate Psychotherapist, Virtual Only
Adults, Couples & Teens 13+


In addition to my training, I am deeply informed by my background as a bicultural Asian American immigrant, my own healing journey as a therapy client, and connection to art and dance. I am passionate about getting to know you deeply and strive to offer a safe space and build a therapeutic relationship that is supportive and caring. I resonate with working with people who are marginalized by systems of power and privilege, especially BIPOC, immigrants and descendants of immigrants. In addition to English, I speak conversational Cantonese.

I am supervised by Sarah Kwan, PhD #28869

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What is your per session fee?
  • Each 50-minute adult (individual) psychotherapy session with Athenia Teng is $170

  • Each 50-minute adolescent (individual) psychotherapy session with Athenia Teng is $195

  • Each 50-minute couple psychotherapy session is $225

What is your cancellation policy?

Your therapy session is a time reserved especially for you.  Your credit card will be charged the full fee of the session if you cancel within 48 hours or no show.

How long is each individual session and how frequently do I attend?

Each 50-minute psychotherapy session is typically attended weekly, although this recommendation may be adapted to your specific needs.

Do you accept insurance?

While we do not currently accept insurance, we reserve a small number of sliding scale fees which are approved on a case by case basis.


Additionally, we can provide you with a statement to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Please check with your insurance company to determine the rate at which you are eligible to be reimbursed.

How do you handle privacy and confidentiality?

All aspects of your treatment are confidential within the practice. Important exceptions include if there is risk that you might do harm to yourself or someone else. I am a mandated reporter for the abuse of protected populations, including children, elderly and incapacitated adults. For further information, please review my "Notice of Privacy Policies" in its entirety under the Forms and Resources section of the FAQ.