Payment and Specialities

Insurance vs self-pay

Did you know that when we bill your insurance company we are required to provide a diagnosis from the DSM 5? You will know what we are diagnosing you with and why. When you go through insurance, you are responsible for your deductible at the time of your visit. We will communicate with your insurance companies so you do not have to. We ask that you first make sure we are providers for you, to ensure a smooth process without you receiving an unexpected bill.

Self pay clients are not required to have a diagnosis after the first visit.  Self-pay clients also have the privacy from insurance companies.  No worries about denial claims, deductibles, co-pays.  Self-pay may be appealing to those who do not want to share diagnoses with insurance companies, have high deductibles (see fees for how you can save money if you have a high deductible), or want to utilize teletherapy.

What to expect

The first visit will consist of reviewing our consent forms, to ensure you are aware and completely understand our limitations and what your rights as a client are. After reviewing our consent forms, we will begin the assessment process. This process takes time and may take more than just the first session. We want to get to know you and your needs, and we understand that you know yourself best. We ensure there is time for you to tell us your story, and why you are seeking treatment at this time.  From there, we collectively create and work towards your identified goals.

Accepted Insurance Providers

  • Aetna
  • Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • CareSource Marketplace
  • Medical Mutual
  • Mutual Health Services
  • Summa
  • United Behavioral Health
  • Additional Providers may be accepted.