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Insurance & Fees

Therapy is an investment in yourself and in your future, so it's important you understand what this investment will cost. I am an out-of-network (OON) provider with most insurance companies. I encourage you to find out what OON coverage you have, as each plan is unique and offers different coverage.


Each client is responsible for paying the costs of sessions at the time of service. I provide you with a special receipt called a Superbill, which you are able to submit to your insurer for reimbursement based on your OON benefits.


Diagnostic Assessment (60-90 minutes) .....................................$300

Individual Therapy Session (45-50 minutes) ................................$200 

Questions To Ask Your Insurance Company:

  • What are my out of network benefits for outpatient behavioral health sessions?

    • This includes how much of the cost insurance will reimburse, but also ask if any services do not have coverage or require pre-authorization. 

  •  What address do I send a Superbill to?

    • This address may be different from where medical claims or dental claims are sent.

  • Is there a specific form the insurance company prefers that I complete along with sending my superbill? 

  • Add any questions you have to ensure you understand your OON coverage and benefits. 

In 2020, Congress Passed the No Surprises Act - which was designed to help those paying for healthcare who are not using insurance or have no health insurance reduce surprise medical costs. The No Surprises Act requires a Good Faith Estimate be provided for the total expected costs of any non-emergency items or services.


While it is not possible to know how many therapy sessions may be necessary or appropriate for a given person, you can estimate the potential cost over time of treatment by looking at the rates above. The number of sessions provided is based on many factors, such as support needed, finances, client goals, and safety concerns. 

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