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I am an out of network provider, and as such may, as a courtesy, offer you a “Superbill” receipt each month for you to submit to your insurance company for potential reimbursement of the fees you have paid for that (and each) month prior to submission.

Insurance companies have specific guidelines from which they make their decision to POTENTIALLY reimburse their clients, fully, partially, or not at all.

Therefore on my Superbills, you will have all of the information required by your insurance, so that they may make their most informed decision. Anything I can do to help that process along to your benefit, I’m happy to do.

My Full Fee for each treatment module is:

Adults, & Teens = $200 per 50 min session

Couples (any two people) - $250 per 90 min session

Families (3 or more) - $300 for 90 min sessions

The client agrees to pay the FULL FEE for psychological services UPFRONT at the time of each week's session. 

  • Weekly sessions are a minimal amount at the start of the therapeutic process. Any changes will be made collaboratively with me and clinical reasonings will always take precedent when these decisions are made. 
  • Obviously finances (the client's actual ability to pay) must be taken in consideration, however, this too is considered a clinical issue and (as with ANY subject matter pertaining to client's treatment),  it is my hope that a frank and direct discussion between therapist and potential client be made before therapist agrees to provide the client with the curiosity of a Superbill.
  •  It is, of course, the final decision of the potential client to work with a therapist or not based on the established fee. Should this become the ultimate decision, the therapist agrees to provide the potential client(s) with at least three (3) referrals who are within the budget of the potential client. 

A Single Case Agreement (SCA) is a contract between an insurance company and an out-of-network provider for a specific patient so that the patient can see that provider using their in-network benefits (i.e., the patient will only have to pay their routine in-network co-pays for sessions after meeting their in-network.