Fees & Insurance FAQs
Do you accept my insurance?
We are not in network with any insurance providers at this time.
Why do you not accept insurance?
Ultimately, we believe that therapy is a worthwhile investment that will have a positive impact on the rest of your life.
Here are some of the advantages of being out-of-network:
You won’t have a diagnosis label permanently attached to your health record.
Your records are protected, which means all information about you, including very personal information, cannot be obtained by the insurance company.
Your care is not dictated by the insurance company, but by the collaborative efforts formed by our professional expertise and your personal preferences and goals.
How do I use out-of-network benefits?
Please check with your insurance company to determine out-of-network benefits. A Superbill will be provided to you monthly, which you can then submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
How much does therapy cost?
Intake Session - $160 for a 50-minute session (90834)
Standard Therapy Session - $140 for a 50-minute session (90834)
How much is nutrition counseling with your Registered Dietitian Nutritionists?
Nutrition Intake Session - $230 for a 75-minute session
Nutrition Follow-up Session - $165 for a 45-minute session
How do I pay for my session?
We accept payments via check or credit card. Payment is due on the day of service.
What is your cancellation policy?
If you are unable to attend a session, please provide at least 24 hours' notice. All "no show" appointments and late cancellations will be assessed a full session fee. We believe late cancellations negatively impact you, your clinician, and another client who could have utilized that time. Therapy tends to be most helpful to people who view their appointments as an important and valuable component of their lives. Showing up for your scheduled session demonstrates commitment to your therapeutic process. Once a clinician has carved out that time for you, that appointment is no longer available to someone else who may have benefited from that space.