Mindfulness Based Programs

Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) Starts June 1, 2022! Learn to connect with inner wisdom through research based, mind-body approaches to managing behavioral health concerns such as depression, anxiety, chronic pain & addictions.

Dr. Tracy Ochester is a Kansas and Missouri licensed psychologist offering the following services:

The client portal or secure email is the best way to contact me. I do not have a phone answering service – if you leave a voice mail and do not hear back within one business day, please try again as there may have been a connection issue. My fax # is (866) 460-7406.

Billing & Fees

Testing/assessment and mentoring fees are based on a sliding scale according to after tax income in order to serve a wider range of people. We do not participate with any insurers nor do we assist with insurance claims in any way. Those who are able to pay more make it possible for us to serve those who have less. Visit our Mindfulness Based Programs pages to learn about our fees for these services.

Net Household IncomeFee (per 45 minute service hour)
$100,000 +$150
$75 – 99,999$120
$50 – 74,999$100
<$50,000$80

Payment is due at time of service. We have a 24-hour cancellation policy, meaning that you will be charged the full fee for missed appointments and late cancellations. When paid in advance, there are no refunds for missed appointments or for cancellations made less than 24 hours from your scheduled appointment time.

I am currently accepting new testing and assessment clients, but I’m not taking new personal counseling/therapy clients at this time. Those interested in personal counseling/therapy are invited to reach out to the following independent providers who practice out of the same office space:

Do you need resources for lower cost services? Visit kansascitymentalhealth.com for a list of subsidized and reduced fee services.


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In case of a life threatening emergency, please dial 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.  In crisis?  Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.

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