Initial Individual Intake Session (60 minutes) – $220
Ongoing Individual Session (45 minutes) – $165
Initial Couple’s Intake Session (90 minutes) $330
Ongoing Couple’s Session (90 minutes) $330
Ongoing Couple’s Session (45 minutes) $165
Group Screening Session (20-30 minutes) – Free
Ongoing Group Therapy Session (90 minutes) – $85 ($340/month)
Do you offer any slide scale or pro bono options?
Yes. Our desire is to reduce any financial barriers that may be limiting a person from accessing appropriate care. Sliding scale and pro bono options are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please email us to explore these options.
We hope to soon launch a scholarship program that will help create funding for individuals that qualify.
What about using my insurance?
Many clients use their medical insurance to cover our fees. We are considered out-of-network providers, which means that we don’t directly bill your insurance company. While some clients do not want to use insurance, some clients elect to seek reimbursement.
If you want to use your insurance for our services, it is important for you to contact your insurance company (prior to the first session) in order to understand your out-of-network benefits. Simply call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask about your mental health coverage. We’ve had clients that receive 100% reimbursement and clients that receive 0% reimbursement. We are also seeing more and more people that have an insurance plan that requires them to meet a high deductible before qualifying for any coverage for mental health services.
Most private health insurance plans provide some level of out-of-network reimbursement. If you see the terms “POS”, “PPO” or “out-of network” on your insurance card then you are likely eligible. If you see “HMO”, “Medicare” or “Medicaid” then you probably do not. Again, check with your insurance company or HR rep to be sure.
If you elect to use your insurance, we will provide you a receipt (sometimes called a superbill) with a section that contains something that’s called a CPT code and a diagnosis code. Now, one thing about a diagnosis is that becomes part of your permanent medical record. Some people feel uncomfortable about having a mental health diagnosis on their file while other people feel totally comfortable. Please feel free to email us if you have more questions regarding the pros and cons of having a diagnosis.
We don’t ever want you to get into a situation where you don’t know what to expect.
If you need any help making sense of this process, or have other questions about our fees, please contact us and let us know! We will gladly assist you.
Lastly, if you chose to ask your insurance company for reimbursement you might do it yourself or you can use an app for convenience: we are signed up with Get Better and Reimbursify.
Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Saving Accounts
You can always use your flexible spending account or your health savings account (if you have one).