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Rates and Insurance Information 

We are in-network with a majority of commercial, CSA (county funding) and Medicaid funders. Additionally, we do private pay options. 

What are the benefits of Private Pay

  1. Confidentiality:

    • Private pay can enhance confidentiality. When therapy is not billed through insurance, there is no involvement of a third party, reducing the chances of sensitive information being shared with insurance companies.

  2. Flexibility:

    • Private pay offers greater flexibility in choosing a therapist. Individuals can select a therapist based on their preferences, expertise, and fit without being restricted to those within their insurance network.

  3. Choice of Therapist:

    • Insurance plans often have limitations on the number of therapists available in-network, and individuals may prefer a therapist who does not participate in their insurance network. Private pay allows them to choose the therapist they believe is the best fit for their needs.

  4. Avoiding Diagnosis on Record:

    • When using insurance, therapists are typically required to provide a diagnostic code for reimbursement. Some individuals prefer not to have a mental health diagnosis on their insurance records, and private pay allows them to bypass this requirement.

  5. Quicker Access to Services:

    • Private pay can result in quicker access to therapy services. Insurance claims processing can sometimes cause delays, and private pay eliminates this administrative step.

  6. Extended Sessions or Frequency:

    • Some individuals prefer longer therapy sessions or more frequent sessions than what insurance might cover. Private pay allows for customization of the therapeutic experience based on individual needs.

  7. Out-of-Network Benefits:

    • In some cases, individuals may have out-of-network benefits that partially cover private pay expenses. While not fully covered, this can help offset the cost of therapy.

  8. High Deductibles or Limited Coverage:

    • Individuals with high insurance deductibles or limited mental health coverage may find that the out-of-pocket costs for therapy sessions are similar whether paid privately or through insurance.

  9. Non-Covered Issues:

    • Some therapeutic issues or approaches may not be covered by insurance. Private pay allows individuals to pursue therapy for specific concerns or modalities that may not be reimbursed.

  10. Personal Resources:

    • Some individuals simply prefer to pay for therapy using their personal resources, viewing it as an investment in their mental health and well-being.

Private pay rates

 

BCBA Rate: $150 per hour 

RBT Rate: $75 per hour 

ABA Tech Rate: $65 per hour

ABA Therapy Private pay rates

outpatient therapy rates 

Individual Sessions:

90791 (initial assessment) $175
90837 (60 minutes) $150
90934 (45 minutes) $125
90832 (30 minutes) $120

Family Sessions:

90846 (60 minutes) $150
90847 (60 minutes/without the patient present)) $150

Crisis Intervention:

90839 (10-25 minutes) $150

*Additional time (if available) $30 per 15-minute increment

Couple Session:

$175 – 60-minute therapy session (not typically covered by insurance)

Group Sessions:

90853 (60 -minute) $50– (private pay accepted)


*No Show $100
*Late Cancelation $100
*A sliding fee scale is available

Phone Support lasting longer than 5 minutes will result in a $50 fee. 

MSW Intern Rates are $50 per session. 

** If you decide to utilize  private pay options we will send you a good faith estimate.**

Request for Written Documentation 

Written reports are any reports required for court, employment or individual needs, that outlines the diagnostic impression and summary of treatment. The needs of the report will be discussed per request.

Fees: $100 per report

Accepted Forms of Payment

All major credit cards, debit cards, HAS, FSA, and Superbill. 

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