Therapy sessions can be paid with either in network insurance or sliding scale.
We require weekly appointments, at the same time each week. As you're looking over these fees, consider that this will be a recurring weekly expense.
Our staff therapists are in network with two insurance companies: Aetna and United. While a small number of our therapists also take Blue Cross/Blue Shield, their schedules are indefinitely full, and so we cannot accept new clients with BC/BS.
Aetna and United both have subsidiaries and business partners, making it a little confusing to understand what your insurance company is. Variations of Aetna include Meritain, GEHA, Trustmark, and Coresource. Variations of United include Optum, United Behavioral Health, United Student Resources, UMR, All Savers, Oxford, and Golden Rule. We are in-network with all of these variations of Aetna and United. However, we are NOT in network with medicare or medicaid plans, including Aetna Better Health, or United Community Plans.
Determining Your Insurance Benefits
Look for outpatient mental health benefits, and ask:
Is there a copay, coinsurance, or deductible that applies to outpatient mental health?
When do benefits start, renew, and end?
Is prior authorization required?
Are the benefits the same for in-office and telehealth sessions?
All of our staff therapists can accept sliding scale rates. These rates are based on your household annual income. That includes income from a married spouse, but does NOT include roommates.
Your annual income
$30,000 and below
$30,000 to $60,000
$60,000 to $100,000
$100,000 and above
Every year, we provide field work placements to graduate students in social work programs. These interns work with us for the whole school year, from September to May. They are handpicked for our practice and are closely supervised by our staff clinicians. For intern sessions, we offer a reduced sliding scale range.
$25 to $65