We provide a highly-specialized, high-quality, trauma-focused counseling experience at affordable rates compared to other providers because we understand that counseling can be a necessary, but also an unexpected, investment. Since we believe that people invest in what they value and feel is important to them, it is important to us that everyone should have the right to access high-quality services. We are motivated, highly trained, and strive to stay up-to-date on the latest techniques and interventions to help you and your child heal from their trauma experience.
75-90 min: $130.00
55 min: $110.00
55 min: $120.00
-Cash or Check
-Blue Cross Blue Shield
-Community First (Medicaid)
The No Surprises Act went into effect January 1, 2022 which requires us to provide a Good Faith Estimate of the costs of care.
Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
A: Yes, we are currently in-network with a few health insurance plans. We will verify your coverage and benefits to determine eligibility prior to providing services.
Additionally, If you have a insurance plan in which we are not in-network with, you may have out-of-network benefits that would allow you to be reimbursed. This allows you to choose the care you believe is best suited for you while still taking advantage of your insurance benefits. Oftentimes your insurance provider will reimburse you for a percentage of the session fee. Please contact your insurance company directly to get more information about the availability of out-of-network behavioral health benefits. I am happy to provide you with a receipt/monthly statement (superbill) and help you with the documentation to file with your insurance provider or flexible spending account (FSA/HSA).
A: We are accepting private pay clients at this time.
Insurance companies dictate your mental healthcare in various ways. For example, your insurance requires a diagnosis, regulates how many sessions are covered, and can deny your services completely. In addition, insurance companies have full access to client medical records, including mental healthcare, because they are the payor. Another inherent benefit of no insurance is that you may receive as many counseling sessions as needed for your child and family.