Rates, Insurance, and Sliding Scale


Jon’s current rate for sessions is $300 for a 50-minute session. Since the start of the COVID pandemic, Jon has transitioned his practice to be exclusively virtual. In addition to being able to meet with clients all over the world, Jon has found that recording the video sessions and providing an archive of the sessions to his clients has been incredibly useful in their progression. 

In addition to weekly coaching sessions, Jon also offers unlimited email access to select clients for an additional fee. The ability to reach out multiple times a week and get a fast response via email and occasional short calls have proven to be a game-changer for many clients and Jon decided a few years ago to offer it as an add-on service for those clients who wish to see faster transformations in their own life and want a little more hand-holding through the process.

Some programs, like the soul-bonding technique, that offer unlimited email access, weekly counseling sessions, and an extensive library of videos, meditation recordings, and other resources do incur additional fees. 

Finally, if you are interested in working with Jon on a long-term basis there are 3 and 6-month packages available at a discounted rate. In order to qualify, however, you will need to schedule a phone call with Jon directly as not every candidate is appropriate or even require such long-term engagements in order to achieve their goals.


Unfortunately, insurance does not cover, nor does it reimburse services provided by life coaches at this time. It is important to understand that working with Jon in any way is an out-of-pocket investment. 

If you are looking for a provider who can work within your insurance network or provide you with a superbill then working with Jon will not be a viable option for you.

That being said, the fees of working with Jon are very small in comparison to what you might spend on a separation or divorce. You must also understand that each counseling provider’s approach is unique. While you may have access to a variety of counselors or therapists through your insurance, we encourage you to interview each whenever possible as a personality match is key when building a relationship with a therapist.

If you are a fan of Jon’s podcast, some of the writings and approaches you have read here on this website, or were referred to Jon via a friend and you feel there might be a way for you to afford the services then we urge you to book a free discovery call where you can interact directly with Jon for 15-20 minutes and see how you feel about the approach and the process.

Working with Jon is not for everyone, but for those who do adopt the guidance he provides, Jon has seen over a 90% success rate in rebuilding relationships and sometimes paying a slight premium for the experience of an expert with a mindset you relate to can make a huge impact on the quality of your life. 

Sliding Scale

In an effort to make his services available to the largest amount of people possible, Jon does offer a sliding scale on occasion to those with a real financial need. If you are in a position where Jon’s normal rate is just not possible there may be options for you to explore with Jon. The first step would be to schedule a discovery call with Jon to see if it’s a good match regardless of finances. 

Jon has also been fortunate enough to have a handful of generous alumni of his programs who have put together a small fund to help subsidize his work with those who are in need. 

Two important things to note about Jon’s sliding scale and financial aid programs:

First: In order to be considered for a sliding scale or financial aid through the alumni fund, you will be required to fill out a short application detailing your financial situation. 

Second: There is no such thing as 100% financial aid. Jon and the generous donors of the program believe that there MUST be some financial investment on the part of the participant in order to take the process seriously. The range of financial aid available depends on your commitment level, financial situation, and Jon’s judgment on whether you are a good fit.