Frequently Asked Questions
Our therapists are specialists. We regularly see and treat anxiety or panic related disorders including but not limited to Eating Disorders including Anorexia, Bulimia, ARFID, OSFED, Binge Eating Disorder, and PICA, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder including POCD, Scrupulosity, Harm OCD, SO-OCD, Relationship OCD and Pure O, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Excoriation, Phobias, and plenty more. We specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Exposure/Response Prevention (ERP), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). We work with clients of all ages and also see those with depression, Generalized Anxiety, and ADHD.
The treatments we use have been shown to quickly reduce symptoms and improve quality of life.
All payments are due at time of service and we do not offer payment plans. Often initial consults are $25 more than the hourly rate. This is due to out of session time spent consulting with other providers. Below are pricing ranges for our therapists:
|Provider Type||Cost Estimate|
|Students with Masters degrees working towards a Psy.D. or Ph.D.||$100-$110/hour|
|Masters Level Clinicians||$115-$150/hour|
Our practice does not participate in any health insurance or managed care company plans, including Medicare. We do accept FSA and HSA cards. We suggest that you contact your insurance company to find out what your deductible and co-payment are for “out-of-network mental health services for a psychologist.” Often, insurers will pay a certain percentage of what is “reasonable and customary” after you meet your deductible.
It may be helpful for you to ask what the term “reasonable and customary” means as it relates to a 90791 code (initial evaluation), 96130 (assessment) 90837 (hour long individual therapy session), and 99354 (extender code). It is also helpful to ask if these rates apply to any licensed clinician or only to a licensed psychologist. If you are receiving telehealth services, a GT code may be included in those categories. This will help you understand how much your insurance company will ultimately reimburse you, and what your out of pocket expenses will be before you begin treatment.
For those unable to afford treatment we offer an income based sliding scale program. We use federal poverty guidelines, household size and household income to determine appropriateness. The application (found here) must be received and approved prior to scheduling.