Rates (for individuals who are self pay)
$150 Assessment/Clinical Intake
16-37 minute session for Individual Therapy $75.00/per session
38-52 minute session for Individual Therapy $90.00 /per session
53+ minute session for Individual Therapy $125/per session
3 60 minute sessions (Bundle rate-self pay only ) for $275.
$125 Family/Couple session with or without client
United Health Care
United Healthcare Medicare Advantage
For out of network clients you may utilize Reimbursy to file your claims electronically for reimbursement from your smartphone or computer. I would be happy to provide you with a statement (“Superbill”) that you can submit to your insurance if you want to attempt to receive reimbursement for seeing an out-of-network provider. It is your obligation to pay for my services regardless of third-party reimbursement. Additionally, you may be able to apply your employer’s "flex spending plan", applying pre-tax dollars to therapy costs, or claim the therapy costs as a tax deduction.I am also a provider that
A Word About Using Insurance
If you have insurance for psychotherapy available to you, whether or not to use it can be a difficult decision to make. It’s good to understand your choice so you can make an informed decision.
Privacy and Labeling. Therapists that bill insurance must provide a mental health diagnosis to the insurance company to show that your treatment is medically necessary. This can include intimate details about your situation, as well as your diagnosis. In contrast, when using private pay therapy, these intimate details remain confidential between you and your therapist.
In order to qualify for benefits, insurers require you to be officially diagnosed with a mental illness. Understandably, many people don’t want to be labeled with a mental health disorder. One reason is that a documented history (for example of depression) can have a future adverse impact on your ability to qualify for and purchase things like life insurance.
Finding the Right Therapist. Having a choice is an important factor when it comes to finding someone you trust with your personal concerns. You may for instance prefer seeing someone who was personally recommended to you. When you use your insurance plan, your options are usually limited to therapists within your insurance provider's network. (In some cases you may be able to use an out-of-network provider, see the Insurance section above for more on this option).
Treatment Options and Care. When you see a therapist through a HMO, your treatment is overseen by the insurance company who decides how many, if any, sessions to authorize. When you self-pay for therapy, you can get help for whatever issues you wish. For example, conflict in your family, marriage problems, personal issues such as loneliness, and dealing with grief and loss may not be covered by insurance, even though people in all of these situations can greatly benefit from therapy or counseling.
Cash, check, discover, Health Saving Account, Flexible Spending Account, Mastercard and Visa.
If you do not show up for your scheduled therapy appointment, and you have not notified us at least 24 hours in advance, you will be required to pay the full cost of the session.
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Questions? Please contact me for further information.