Each person’s insurance or benefits coverage is different and therefore we can’t make any guarantees that virtual therapy services are covered.
To better understand your insurance/benefits coverage, it is important to call your insurance provider and ask:
● What mental health professionals you are covered to see? (Psychologists? Psychotherapists? Social workers?)
● What amount you are covered for each year?
● What percentage is covered each visit?
● Are virtual therapy services covered under your plan?
Our team is a mixture of registered psychologists, psychotherapists, and social workers. To better understand their designation or discuss invoicing, please book a free 15 minute consult.
Under the No Surprises Act (H.R. 133 - effective January 1, 2022), we are required to notify you of your federally protect rights against “surprise billing.” This act requires healthcare providers who do not bill insurance to provide consumers with a Good Faith Estimate showing the costs of services you can reasonably expect for your healthcare needs.
You will receive a Good Faith Estimate before your first paid session. This will provide you with your therapists hourly rate and the average duration of treatment. A Good Faith Estimate is for your awareness only and does not require immediate financial commitment or payment. You will be billed through the portal after each therapy session.