Frequently Asked Questions
How much does each session cost?
Currently our sessions cost a total of $120 per session. You are only responsible for your co-pay which must be paid on the day of service. Therapy co-pays are set by the insurance companies and are often found on your insurance card for “specialists.” Please call your insurance company before your first session to determine if you need a referral and what your co-pay is.
Is a couples/family session the same cost as an individual session?
Yes – Couples, families, and individual sessions all cost the same amount per session. There is no additional costs due to the number of participants in the session.
Do you take insurance?
Yes, we take Blue Cross Blue Shield, (Aetna, United Health Care & Cigna pending).
What should I expect at my first session?
The first session is typically an orientation. You will have paperwork to complete and will meet your therapist who has been assigned to you during your first phone call. A therapy room looks similar to a living room in a home with couches and chairs. Your therapist will ask you a bit about yourselves and why you decided to seek therapy at this time. It’s normal to feel apprehensive during this first session – we have been trained not to tell others about things that are bothering us. But our therapists are trained to help you feel comfortable talking. Talking is the best way to connect and start to feel better about your life.
What if my partner doesn’t want to participate? Can I still book a session?
Yes, many times one partner comes to couples therapy first. We can help you communicate to your partner more effectively about why you think therapy would help and eliminate some of the common mistakes that people make when asking their partner to come to therapy.
What is your cancellation policy?
Our cancellation policy is 48 hours or we charge $50. This is not coverable by your insurance and must be paid by you out of pocket. The credit card that you have given will be automatically charged at the time of the missed appointment. The hour that is booked is yours and frequently cannot be rebooked for another person’s use.