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Rates & Insurance

Initial Intake - $360 (~ 2 hours)

60 minute session - $220

90 minute session - $280

If you are looking for 30 minute, 45 minute, 75 minute or 120 minute sessions, I do offer these on a case by case basis as my availability allows.

I accept credit cards, debit cards, HSA/FSA cards, and cash. I use IvyPay to process all card payments. Clients are required to keep a working card on file. I do not accept checks.

Depending on your current health insurance company and your benefit plan, my services may be covered in full or in part. I will verify your coverage but I encourage you to verify your benefits as well (below are recommended questions to ask your insurance company).

I am an

Out-of-Network Provider

Courtesy billing or Superbills offered.

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Frequently Asked Questions (hover over each question)

Why are you not in-network?

Simple. It allows me to put more time/energy into doing what I love; working with clients. I don't particularly want to focus on the goals and obligations of insurance companies. Out of network billing allows me to achieve this while you still get to use your insurance benefits. I can verify your coverage and I have a biller who can help handle any issues that may arise. ​If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out and ask. There tends to be a lot of confusion around insurance / billing.

What is a Superbill?

Courtesy Billing - I'm paid at the time of service but I submit paperwork on your behalf to your insurance company so that you get reimbursed directly.

 

Superbill - I'm paid at time of service & provide you with an invoice which you then submit to your health insurance for direct reimbursement.​

There are some third party services that are very helpful for folks using out of network benefits. One is Thrizer and another is Reimbursify

What questions should I ask insurance?

Courtesy Billing - I'm paid at the time of service but I submit paperwork on your behalf to your insurance company so that you get reimbursed directly.

 

Superbill - I'm paid at time of service & provide you with an invoice which you then submit to your health insurance for direct reimbursement.​

There are some third party services that are very helpful for folks using out of network benefits. One is Thrizer and another is Reimbursify

Courtesy Billing - I'm paid at the time of service but I submit paperwork on your behalf to your insurance company so that you get reimbursed directly.

 

Superbill - I'm paid at time of service & provide you with an invoice which you then submit to your health insurance for direct reimbursement.​

There are some third party services that are very helpful for folks using out of network benefits. One is Thrizer and another is Reimbursify

Courtesy Billing - I'm paid at the time of service but I submit paperwork on your behalf to your insurance company so that you get reimbursed directly.

 

Superbill - I'm paid at time of service & provide you with an invoice which you then submit to your health insurance for direct reimbursement.​

There are some third party services that are very helpful for folks using out of network benefits. One is Thrizer and another is Reimbursify

1. Do I have out-of-network benefits for mental health services? Do they cover licensed professional counselors?

2. Is any pre-approval required before obtaining mental health services with an out-of-network provider?

3. Do my out of network benefits cover Telehealth as well as in-person?

4. If I use out of network benefits, will I be reimbursed for the full amount or a portion?

5. Will you send the reimbursement to me directly?

6. Do I have an out of network deductible? 

7. What is my co-pay for out-of-network mental health services?

8. Are any CPT Codes NOT covered?

Courtesy Billing - I'm paid at the time of service but I submit paperwork on your behalf to your insurance company so that you get reimbursed directly.

 

Superbill - I'm paid at time of service & provide you with an invoice which you then submit to your health insurance for direct reimbursement.​

There are some third party services that are very helpful for folks using out of network benefits. One is Thrizer and another is Reimbursify

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