Our rates and packages are available to streamline the best way for women who are in need to stay with the right programs that they have access to, and maintain motivation on their journey to self-care. In order to achieve that, healthcare and therapy must be convenient and not an expense that is going to only create more stress. We want to offer a variety of payment options for our female clientele to help them stay guided on their personal journey of self-discovery.
Self-pay therapy (also known as private pay,) has provided so many advantages for women who are in the market for therapeutic services to better themselves and their current circumstances. When an individual seeks out specific therapeutic services and decides to go the route of self-pay, they are able to keep all of the intimate details between themselves and the trusted therapist of their choosing. When an individual is provided treatment under the conditions of their health insurance policies, they are typically relinquishing their very own confidentiality for making prognosis-based decisions, length of therapy sessions and duration of ongoing sessions, not to mention, other pertinent choices that your insurance company is going to be privy to. Self-pay therapy does not include forgoing insurance and the healthcare benefits it encompasses, because when it comes to physical medical care vs. mental health/self care, insurance remains necessary. Self-pay is an alternative for women who are searching for a way to have full control over their personal, quality care without selecting providers who are limited in the structure of an insurance policy.
Interested in Self-Pay Therapy? We prefer self-pay therapy for many reasons that are beneficial to our clients. Learn why self-pay therapy is the better option for you.
Self-Pay Therapy Rates & Packages
$250 (per session) / $200 (for 3 or 6 sessions)
Insurance places a lot of boundaries and restrictions when it comes to mental health care services. But the truth is tens of millions of Americans are in need and seek out mental health care services every single day, despite the barriers. The vast majority never actually receive the care they need or deserve. Insurance is staple in the healthcare space and we are in dire despair to reformat these financial options. During the climate of the pandemic, countless individuals’ mental health was severely impacted, and has disproportionately affected those least able to afford care.
We are working through all the ways to achieve resolve through insurance companies. So much has changed within our healthcare system as of recently, and it’s only fair that we update the rules and regulations for our patients who are seeking mental healthcare providers. We are rewiring the system and our society so that it is no longer taboo for everyone to have access to proper care, including ample affordability for all clients.
Receipts for reimbursement can be provided for all other insurance carriers upon request. Deductibles that have not been met, co-insurance, and copays are due at time of service. Services may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or employee benefit plan.
Please check your coverage carefully by asking the following questions:
- Do I have mental health insurance benefits for outpatient office visits?
- What is my deductible and has it been met?
- How many sessions per year does my health insurance cover?
- What is the coverage amount per therapy session?
- Is authorization required?