Services, Fees, & FAQ

Services Offered

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Individual Therapy
Couples Therapy
Family Therapy
Group Therapy
Professional Consultation
Biopsychosocial & Mental Health Evaluation/Screens

Choosing Self-Pay or Insurance

Self-Pay

Insurance

Benefits

  • No diagnosis is required to be documented
  • More privacy of your health record
  • Freedom to go at your own pace without insurance requesting or requiring information
  • Can use your HSA, FSA, MSA, RSA Accounts
  • Can be provided Superbill to seek reimbursement from the insurance
  • Can use a statement for medical expenses for your annual taxes
  • Sliding Scale Option Available for some
  • Cost-effective for some
  • Some insurance companies have programs where they provide in-network coverage for out-of-network providers based on specific mental health conditions (diagnosis)
  • Some insurance has case management support

Cost

  • Could be considered an upfront investment
  • No insurance support if not using HSA, FSA, MSA, RSA Accounts, or Superbills
  • Superbills do not guarantee reimbursement or full-rate reimbursement
  • Requires Diagnosis upon the first visit
  • Insurance takes time to process session fees
  • Insurance may request progress notes or increased information for approval of coverage
  • Some Insurance only allows a certain number of limited sessions per year

Fees

Service

Description

Fee (Self-Pay Rate)

Individual Therapy Session

  • Scheduled for 60 or 90 minutes
  • Meet Individually with the Therapist
  • More details are provided in Free Consultation
  • 60 Minutes sessions: $160
  • 90 Minutes sessions: $240
  • Discounted Rates $25 off For Law Enforcement, Veterans, and First Responders

Couples Session/Family Therapy Session/Parent-Child Therapy/Parent-Adolescent Therapy

  • Scheduled for 60 minutes
  • Meet with the Therapist with family members present or focused on family unit
  • More details are provided in free consultation
  • 60 Minutes $180

Insurance Accepted

Aetna’s Including:

  • Meritain
  • Nippon
  • Allied Benefit Systems
  • GEHA – United Healthcare Shared Services (UHSS)
  • Trustmark
  • Trustmark Small Business Benefits
  • Health Scope
  • Christian Brothers Services

Optum including:

  • UnitedHealthcare
  • UnitedHealthcare Shared Services (UHSS)
  • GEHA – UnitedHealthcare Shared Services (UHSS)
  • UnitedHealthcare Global
  • UnitedHealthcare Exchange Plans (ONEX)
  • Oscar
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Oxford
  • UHC Student Resources
  • UMR
  • All Savers (UHC)
  • Health Plans Inc
  • Surest (Formerly Bind)*

Cigna

Frequent Asked Questions

Mental Health Therapy is considered a Medical Expense

According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), mental health therapy expenses can be claimed as a medical expense on your taxes as long as it is to treat or prevent a mental health disorder. On the IRS website it states, “Medical expenses must be primarily to alleviate or prevent a physical or mental disability or illness. They don’t include expenses that are merely beneficial to general health.”

Q7: Is the cost of therapy a medical expense that can be paid or reimbursed by an HSA, FSA, Archer MSA, or HRA? (added March 17, 2023)

A7: Yes, if the therapy is treatment for a disease. For example, an amount paid for therapy to treat a diagnosed mental illness is a medical expense, but an amount paid for marital counseling is not.

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