Fees and Insurance

As a private pay practice, I am not contracted with HMO insurance plans. However, for PPO/POS plans, I can provide a monthly insurance-ready “superbill” (receipt) upon request for reimbursement purposes. If your plan offers out of network reimbursement, you will be responsible for submitting the superbill directly to your insurance provider. It’s important to note that insurance companies require a mental health diagnosis for services provided if you decide to move forward with your out-of-network benefits.
To verify the details of your out-of-network coverage and reimbursement rates for mental health services, please check with your insurance provider. Please keep in mind that you will still be responsible for paying the full therapy fees at each session, and your services may or may not be covered in full.
If you have a PPO/POS insurance plan, you can ask the following questions to your provider to check
your coverage carefully:

  • Do I have “out of network” mental health insurance benefits for Associate Therapists?
  • What is the “allowed amount” per session and the reimbursement rate (percentage) per therapy session I will be reimbursed for psychotherapy?
  • What is my deductible, and has it been met? Can deductibles be met with out-of-network mental health appointments?
  • Is tele-health psychotherapy covered in my out-of-network plan?
  • How many sessions per year does my health insurance cover?
  • Is approval required from my primary care physician?
  • What are the often used CPT codes? (90791, 90837)
  • How do I submit my claim?
  • How will I be reimbursed?

Please note that your appointment is reserved specifically for you, and any appointments canceled with less than 24 hours of notice will be charged for the partial sessions fee of $100 via credit card.
Cancellations must be made by phone or email. I accept all major credit cards. Remember, this is just the beginning, and I am here to support you every step of the way.