We are currently out of network for most providers for insurance companies.
Benefits of being Out of Network: There are many benefits to you as a client vs being an in network provider for mental health counseling: protecting your confidentiality, having therapy services meet your specific needs and not dictated by insurance companies, as many sessions as you need, etc. Appointments are asked to be paid up front. If you would like to get reimbursed by your insurance company, we can provide you with a detailed bill (superbill). This superbill includes everything the insurance company would need to process your claim, including diagnosis and procedure codes. Most clients who submit this to their insurance company for reimbursement ask us to give them a Superbill about once a month. Note: Occasionally insurance companies will require you to submit a claim form with the Superbill. You would need to check with your insurance company to verify what is required. If a claim form is required, we can assist you in filling the needed paperwork out, once you give us that form. Some companies only require the Superbill to be mailed to them. After you have met your deductible, you would receive a check from your insurance company for the percent that they pay. As an out of network provider, insurance companies will typically reimburse a percentage of the session cost (for example anywhere from 60% to 90% of the amount billed).
Submitting your insurance reimbursement receipts just got EASIER!
We recommend the quick and easy phone app. You can now file Out of Network insurance claims easy through this phone app. Visit https://reimbursify.com/
$80 (50-60 minutes)
In order to best meet my client's needs, we will explore relational and psycho-social history together on the first session.
I meet with the couple to discuss presenting concerns, explore communication patterns, and develop an effective plan to meet the couple's goals.
$130-140 (60 minutes)
Getting to know every member of the family is very important in family therapy. I will explore each member's role in the system and assess the overall family dynamic.