Our fees are listed in the "Agreement for Psychological Services" forms, which can be viewed, printed or downloaded from the Practice Forms page. Please contact us if you have any specific questions about fees or about how insurance will work if you choose to use our services.
How to evaluate your insurance plan for mental health coverage
Call your insurance health plan to find out exactly
what is covered - outpatient therapy, inpatient treatment, etc.- and
what level of coverage you have.
Ask if the full cost of treatment is covered, or only a part.
Inquire if there are limits - co-payments, limit on the number of
visits, annual or lifetime maximums.
If the plan covers only "medically necessary" treatment, find out
how that decision is made.
Ask what you can do if your coverage is denied or cut short.
Find out if there is a group of providers, a "network," that you must
choose from or if you can choose any qualified provider. If you can
choose any qualified provider, find out what licenses and degrees he or
she must have before reimbursement is authorized.
Seven Questions To Ask Your Employer's Benefits Manager
If your insurance has limited or no mental health coverage
It's important that you talk with the benefits or human resources
manager at your employer. Let him/her know that you believe mental
health services are important, and that you are concerned that you have
no or limited coverage. If you belong to a union, talk with your union
See also (You may wish to share this information with your benefits or human
Discrimination in Health Insurance
Please see the resources under "Insurance, Managed Care, and Government"
on our links page.