Fees and Insurance for Therapy in PA
Insurance and Reimbursement
When you choose a provider that accepts your insurance, the insurance company requires the therapist to provide a diagnostic label. Insurance companies may also limit the type of therapy you have access to. However, we will try to work with you and your insurance company to optimize your benefits for mental health treatment.
When you don't go through your insurance for treatment, there are no limits to how many sessions we can have, we can use whatever methods work best for you, and a company that's never met you doesn't get to decide if your concern is serious enough for treatment.
To ensure the highest standard of confidentiality and provide the most flexible treatment options, we are a fee-for-service practice.
This means that we are considered an "Out-Of-Network Provider." To make the process as easy as possible for you, we will communicate with your insurance company as needed to help you figure out your benefits and ensure you get any reimbursement you're entitled to.
How Do I Use "Out of Network Reimbursement" For Therapy?
Many insurance plans offer Out-of-Network Benefits for therapy that entitles you to partial or full reimbursement of your session fees.
Since we are Out-of-Network, our work is considered "Private Pay" and all fees are due in full at the time of service.
After each session we are happy to provide you with a "Super Bill." A Super Bill has all of the necessary information for you to get that partial or full reimbursement directly from your insurance company. If you are unsure about how much or how often your insurance can help, we are happy to help guide you through this process.
When we speak on the phone we want to take the time to answer any questions you have about therapy with us. During our initial chat, we will go over policies and fees for the type and length of the sessions that fit you best.
We want you to make the most informed decision about your therapy journey.
We invest our time, money, and energy into so many things each week; salon visits, gym memberships, personal training, dining out, and new stuff. Most people invest on visible and tangible things but neglect essentials they (and others) can't see.
Ask yourself; are you doing everything you should be for your mental health?
You didn't find this site by accident. Call today to talk about investing in your mental health and to find out what your therapy could look like.
please call me at (267) 432-9103.
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