What are your weekly session rates?
- $250 – 50-minute Individual Weekly Sessions
- $300 – Extended 75-minute Individual Sessions
- $300– 75-minute Interracial Pre-commitment/ Pre-marital Couples Counseling
Do you take insurance?
There are a number of reasons why some people prefer to pay for therapy privately. Some people want to ensure complete confidentiality, while others do not have clinical or “medical necessity” (no criteria that meets DSM-5 for a diagnosis) reasons for seeking out therapy, which may result in their claims being denied for payment.
I am Out of Network with insurances, which means that you pay out-of-pocket for services. Most clients do check for out-of-network benefits that may allow them to receive partial reimbursements for mental health services. You will be provided with a monthly “superbill” that you can submit to your insurance for reimbursement. Kindly note that we do not work directly with your insurance carrier.
Medicare and Medicaid plans– If you are a Medicare or Medicaid recipient, kindly note that Medicare and Medicaid regulations do not allow for out of network claims submission. Therefore, you should expect to pay for sessions fully out-of-pocket.
Couples counseling is not typically covered by insurance. Please inquire with your insurance carrier if you are interested in submitting for reimbursement.
I would rather call insurance myself- what do I ask?
If you plan on using your out of network reimbursement benefits, we recommend that you contact your health insurance provider and ask the following questions:
- Do I have out-of-network coverage?
- Does my out-of-network health insurance plan include mental health benefits?
- What dollar amount or percentage of each psychotherapy session is reimbursed or covered? These codes may help you:
- Initial/First Intake Appointment: CPT Code 90791
- Ongoing Weekly Appointments: CPT Code 90837 or CPT Code 90834
- How many outpatient mental health or psychotherapy sessions per calendar year are covered by my health plan?
- Do I need a pre-approval, pre-authorization, or referral from my primary care physician in order for services to be covered?
Payment, Cancellation, and No-Show Policies
We offer a number of payment options that include cash, check, HSA, FSA, debit, and major credit cards.
Cancellation, Late Cancellation and No-Show Policy
Your time is incredibly valuable to us, so we ensure that we set our time aside with no other distractions or overlapping client bookings. As a result, we’ve implemented the following policies for our clients to follow:
- If you are unable to attend a scheduled session, please make sure you cancel at least 48 hours beforehand by texting (347-704-0632) or emailing (firstname.lastname@example.org) our office.
- Failure to provide a 48-hour notice from the time of your scheduled appointment will consequently result in a $75 late cancellation fee.
- No-shows will be charged the full-rate session fee.
A simple 3-step process gets you started
Step 1: Complimentary 20 Minute Phone Consultation
Once you contact us, we will schedule you for a complimentary 20-minute consultation to better understand your goals and any questions that you may have about what to expect in therapy with us.
Step 2: Paperwork
Next, you will receive electronic intake and consent forms to fill out prior to your first appointment – that means no printing, no scanning, no emailing required – just fill, e-sign, and submit!
Step 3: Meet Your Therapist
Last but not least, we will schedule you to meet online with your therapist for the very first time. Basically, we work hard to keep the beginning of our relationship hassle-free, and we hope you’ll find it simple, too.
If you have any more questions, feel free to contact us today.
Important Legal Information Regarding Your Rights
Here’s some of your need-to-know legal information – click here to read more.
No Surprises Act 2022
Under a new federal rule to protect consumers from surprise health care bills, all health care providers must, effective January 1, 2022, provide a good faith estimate (GFE) of expected charges that may be billed for items and services to individuals who are uninsured (e.g., not enrolled in any health plan or coverage) or who are self-pay (e.g., not seeking to file a claim with their plan or coverage). The rule applies to both current and future patients who are uninsured or self-pay.