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Investment Therapy Prices Insurance

Investment

PRICING AND INSURANCE POLICY

Here are some frequently asked questions

How much do our sessions cost?

Our rates reflect the investment each clinician has made in their education and training, as well as our commitment to provide the best therapeutic service possible. Our clinicians have at least a Master’s degree in counseling or social work. Some have their doctorate. This means they spent at least 2-6 years in school beyond college in order to obtain their degree. In addition, they spent at least 1-3 years gathering supervised clinical hours as a therapist-in-training to successfully sit for and pass their licensing exam. These clinicians are Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), or Licensed Clinical Psychologists.

 

Our rates for a licensed clinician as of January 1, 2023:

  • $270 for the initial appointment and one hour therapy appointment (CPT Codes 90791 and 90837, 60 minutes)

  • $210 for individual/family therapy appointments (CPT Codes 90834 and 90846, 45 minutes)

 

We also have several Residents-in-Counseling. These clinicians are preparing to take his/her/their licensing exam in social work or counseling and are supervised by one or more clinicians who are already licensed. Our Residents-in-Counseling have completed all the requirements for graduate school and are pursuing licensure with his/her/their professional Board.

Our rates for a Resident-in-Counseling as of January 1, 2023:

  • $205 for initial intake appointment and one hour therapy appointment (CPT Codes 90791 and 90837, 60 minutes)

  • $155 for individual/family therapy appointment (CPT Codes 90834 and 90846, 45 minutes)

Does Family & Child Therapy accept insurance?

We do not accept insurance, as we are considered “out-of-network” providers. Our intake and individual therapy fees are based on those other clinicians in the area typically charge. If needed, we will provide you with a monthly invoice containing all of the information necessary for you to submit to your insurance company.

We recommend contacting your insurance provider prior to attending your first session with us to see what your deductible may be and what coverage you have. Most people are able to receive reimbursement for a portion of the cost of our services. You may also want to check if there is a maximum allotted number of sessions as part of your plan. When you call your insurance company to ask about reimbursement, let them know the codes we most commonly use are the following: Intake (CPT Code 90791) and Individual Therapy (CPT Code 90834).

*Please note, we are not able to work with clients who have Tricare at the moment, as all of our Tricare slots are full.*

What's in it for you?

All of us at Family & Child Therapy stay up-to-date with our licenses, continuing education credits required by our licensing boards, and strive to remain current in the mental health field.

 

At any given time we might seek to learn more about our passion in play therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Hypnosis, art therapy or polyvagal theory, to name a few.

When do we raise our rates?

We raise our rates every year on January 1st by $10-20. Ready to make an appointment? Or have questions? Please click below to schedule a free consultation.

No Surprises Act

When you get emergency care or get treated by an out-of-network provider at an in-network hospital or ambulatory surgical center, you are protected from surprise billing or balance billing.

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