Rob Nganga
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
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Find Your Peace of Mind

Through Individual and Group Therapy

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Rob Nganga is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist serving all of California.

Hi there!

My name is Rob (he/him) and I'm a therapist who helps people understand themselves and have better relationships.

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Individual Therapy

Sometimes we may stop being social, stop doing the things we love, or stop going to work/school - and even though we know we should change, we don't. These behaviors are often red flags for something much bigger brewing under the surface.

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Group Therapy

Feeling like you have no emotional support? Looking for a safe space to process with people who may have similar life experiences with you? Or maybe just wanting to try a different type of mental health service? Try group therapy!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist?

According to the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), "Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFTs) are psychotherapists and healing arts practitioners licensed by the State of California. They are trained to assess, diagnose and treat individuals, couples, families and groups to help those who are struggling achieve more adequate, satisfying and productive lives."

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I've never been in therapy. How do I know if you will be a good therapist for me?

There's a lot of stigma that comes with going to therapy. I work with first-timers in therapy often and I understand how uncomfortable it can be. I will welcome your newness to therapy and support you in making positive changes.

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Do you do telehealth sessions?

Yes! In fact, I’m 100% online! All of my services will be provided via secure, confidential video chat, also known as telehealth sessions. Over the past few years, many clients and therapists have found that telehealth sessions can be both effective and convenient!

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I've never done telehealth sessions. What kind of things should I be aware of?

There are several limitations to telehealth sessions. There are the obvious ones, like you aren’t able to meet your therapist for an in-person meeting and you have to make sure you have a secure internet connection. Then there are the less obvious ones, like your therapist having limited ability to read your body language and making sure you are in a physical space where you feel you can speak openly (and avoid someone in the next room listening in).

Do you accept insurance?

I work with Alma to accept the following insurances: Aetna, Meritain, Nippon, Allied Benefits Systems, Optum, United Healthcare, GEHA - United Healthcare Shared Services (UHSS), Oscar, Oxford, and UMR. To use insurance to pay for therapy with me, sign up with Alma by going here:

For all other insurances, I operate as an Out-of-Network provider. In this case, you are responsible for paying your fees for each session. If you would like to gain reimbursement from your insurance company, you should inquire with them about your benefits and how much they are willing to cover for an Out-of-Network provider of mental health services. At the end of each month, I will send you a receipt (also known as a "Superbill") which you may be able to use to gain reimbursement directly from your insurance company. To learn more about what to do with a Superbill, go to:

What are the benefits of private pay (paying without insurance)?

Utilizing private pay helps to maintain the highest level of confidentiality and privacy when in treatment. Since I do not need to release records to an insurance company, information about you remains only between you and I. Not involving an insurance company means I also do not need to diagnose you with a mental health diagnosis; which they often require for reimbursement. Lastly, while insurance companies might limit your sessions by frequency (# per week, month, year) or type (individual, family, couples, groups), choosing to pay privately provides you with the freedom to pursue therapy on your schedule!

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What kind of payments do you accept?

Since my practice is 100% online, I can only accept payments online. 

I accept all major credit/debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover) as well as Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) through Ivy Pay and will provide you a receipt for all fees paid. 

To process payments, I work with Ivy Pay which is a highly secure and HIPAA-compliant credit card processing service. As a payment option for our sessions, you may keep a credit card on file with Ivy Pay. Since all the information on there is kept confidential, I will never have access to your credit card information.

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How does scheduling work?

During the Consultation, we will each look at our own calendars to find a day and time to meet every week. I meet with my clients for Individual Therapy on a weekly basis. My Group Therapy meetings are also on a set schedule. Clients often find it easy to remember the same day and time to meet weekly.

If your schedule changes weekly and/or you won’t be able to commit to meeting the same day and time every week, I am probably not the right person for you to move forward in Individual or Group Therapy with.

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Will you provide a Good Faith Estimate for the cost of treatment?

Yes, I will provide a Good Faith Estimate. In compliance with The No Surprises Act, I inform my uninsured and private pay clients that they have a right to a “Good Faith Estimate” to help them estimate the expected charges they may be billed. This estimate is the projected cost of a full year's worth of treatment - something that is rarely a necessity. This estimate is in no way a contract and you may stop therapy whenever you wish.

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National Domestic Violence Hotline

If you or someone you know is in a domestic violence relationship, please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at:

1 (800) 799-7233

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you or someone you know is having thoughts about suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at:

1 (800) 273-8255

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