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Rabbi Shoshana's Coaching Fees

Neurodivergent-affirming support is often out of financial reach for those in need. To balance my own financial needs with my commitment to equity and access for all, I offer the following fee scale based on your level of financial security.

 

Please choose the category that most resonates with you, even if you don't fit all the bullet points. If you have questions or concerns, just let me know. Thank you for your partnership in building a more just and accessible world.

$150/session 

I am comfortably able to meet my basic needs (i.e. food, housing, transportation). • I may have some debt but it does not prohibit meeting basic needs. • I own my home OR I rent a higher-end property. • I own or lease a car. • I am employed OR do not need to work to meet my needs. • I have expendable income*. • I can afford new items. • I can afford to travel and can take vacations every year.

$75/session

I may have some stress about meeting my basic needs (i.e. food, housing, transportation) but still generally meet them. • I may have some debt but it does not prohibit meeting basic needs. • I have a stable housing situation. • I own or lease a car. • I am employed. • I have some expendable income*. • I can afford to buy some new items or can buy second-hand what I need. • I can take a vacation annually or every few years without significant financial burden.

$35/session

I frequently have some stress about meeting my basic needs (i.e. food, housing, transportation) and don’t always meet them. • I have debt and it sometimes prohibits me from meeting my basic needs. • I rent lower-cost housing or have unstable housing. • I do not have a car, have limited access to a car, and/or am not always able to afford gas. • I am unemployed or underemployed. • I have no or very little expendable income*. • I rarely buy new items because I am unable to afford them. • I cannot take a vacation or have limited ability to take time off without financial burden.

*Expendable income refers to having spare money (after meeting basic needs) that could be used to buy coffee or tea at a shop, go to the movies or a concert, purchase new items, or for other recreational/fun activities, etc.

Sliding scale descriptions are based on the work of Alexis J. Cunningfolk, Peak Resilience, and the Califia Collective.

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