If you are insured by a different provider, I will provide an electronic courtesy submission to your insurance carrier. If the insurance does not accept electronic submissions, I will provide a super-bill to you that you can submit to your insurance company. Many insurance companies do not pay for couples or family therapy. However, if there is a mental health issue that is significantly impacting the functionality of the relationship or family, then they may pay for counseling.
Access to Personal Records
Most insurance companies require a mental health diagnosis before they will distribute reimbursements. Because of this, your insurance provider may require a greater level of detail about your presenting problem than you are comfortable with them knowing. In such cases, you may choose to pay for services on a fee-for-service basis. This means that you will pay for services at each session, which removes the need for disclosure to a third party.
Payments & Billing Information
Rate for 60 minutes: $175-200 ($175 if you pay cash);
Rate for 30 minutes: $95-100 ($95 if you pay cash);
Rate for 60 minute workshops: $70.
I accept cash, checks, payment via pay-pal, venmo, and HSA card or credit card. Payments are due when you book your appointment. The Credit Card Authorization Form will need to be reviewed, initialed as indicated, and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to seeking services.
Clients will be billed for any unpaid balances. A monthly financial charge of 1.5% is charged for balances exceeding 30 days. Accounts that are more than 90 days overdue may be reported to a collection agency. Please note that there is a $25.00 service charge for returned checks.