My professional fee for individual session is an investment of $160 per 50 minute session. Payment is due at the time of service. Cash, debit or credit cards are all acceptable forms of payment.
My professional fee for couples therapy is an investment of $250 per 90 minute session. Payment is due at the time of service. Due to the length of sessions for couples therapy, Insurance is not accepted as a method of payment. Cash, FHA/HSA, debit or credit cards are all acceptable forms of payment.
The following insurances are accepted
Aetna/Optumn and United Healthcare. I am considered as "out of network” for all other insurances, please note the options below.
You can pay for therapy services with a HSA or FSA card.
You may have “out of network,” benefits for mental health services. Out of network benefits allow you to pay for therapy at the time of service and be partially reimbursed by your insurance provider. I can provide you with a monthly statement (called a Superbill), which you may then submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.
To find out what is covered by your insurance company and reimbursement, call the customer member/service number on the back of your insurance card. Here are the following questions to ask:
1. Do I have out of network benefits with outpatient mental health?
2. If outpatient mental health is covered, what are my deductibles and have I met my deductibles?
3. Are there any limitations with outpatient mental health benefits?
4. Do I require a special referral for reimbursement?
5. How do I submit my receipt and how long does it take to be reimbursed?
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