Life’s Challenges are your chance to grow.
No matter what you are struggling with right now, you have a choice. Use the challenge to grow, or let it take over your life.
Putting your challenges in perspective, and using it for growth is hard. That is exactly why we are here.
With over 50 experienced therapists on our staff, we know exactly how to guide you through this period to grow through it.
Private Pay Hourly Fees
|Masters Level Clinician|
|Couples & Family||$120.00|
|Ph. D. Level Clinician|
|Couples & Family||$150.00|
|Telephone consultations longer than 15 minutes||$25.00 ( per 15 mins )|
|Medical Records Requests fee||$35.00|
|Psychologist Letter fee||$150.00|
|Master's Letter fee||$150.00|
|Master's Level Letter fee||$35.00|
|FMLA/Short-Term Disability Request||$75.00|
|Counseling Session Cancellation fee (within 24 hours) or Missed Appointment fee||$100.00|
|Notarized medical cert fee||$75.00|
In court-related matters, it is our policy to obtain some portion of the fees at or before the court date. This retainer will be $450.00 (half day) or $750 (full day). Your anticipated court costs fees are due PRIOR to your therapist attending court unless other arrangements have been made in advance. *Forensic services are not covered by insurance carriers
Our Counselors Accept Most Insurances.
Our counselors are in-network with a variety of insurance plans.
Call us today and we can match you with a counselor who is accepting your insurance.
See the list below of the various insurances we are contracted with as a group.
Out of Pocket
If you are uninsured or opt-out of using your insurance benefits, our office offers private pay rates for your discretion. With Private Pay arrangements, our office will not file a claim to your insurance provider for the counseling services. Our private pay rate is determined by the services you are needing, and the degree, license, and experience of each counselor. The costs per session for each of our providers can be given upon request. Call (210) 614-4990 for more information.
Many insurance carriers provide coverage and benefits for outpatient mental health services and psychological evaluations provided by our center. Limitations or supporting documentation may vary by insurance policy. Our office staff will work closely with you to review your policy and identify any services that will not be covered by your insurance company.
All co-payments and deductibles must be paid at the time of service and will be determined based on your individual insurance policy. Keep in mind that your medical insurance represents a contract between you and the carrier, not between the carrier and us.
Our office will submit a claim on your behalf for all services rendered. If your insurance fails to pay, then you remain responsible for all fees. Please remember that this, in no way, removes your obligation to pay any fees, or portion of fees not paid by your insurance carrier.
If your insurance carrier is not listed on our current list of in-network insurance carriers, we can still offer you services and help you with billing your insurance carrier as an out-of-network provider. There is always a way to follow out-of-network protocol with your provider and we can help. Please note, in most cases, you will be responsible for paying all fees associated with the service upfront, and then we will provide you with the documentation needed to be reimbursed by your insurance carrier.
We are a Medicare-certified service provider. All clients who currently have traditional Medicare health insurance can receive mental health services through our center with one of our LCSW clinicians. Our office does not accept currently Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplement plans.
No Show’s and Cancellations: If you do not show up for your appointment or you do not provide us at least 24 hours’ notice of your cancellation, you will be required to pay the cancellation fee prior to the next session. This fee is not covered by insurance and is the sole responsibility of the client to pay out of pocket.
Right to a Good Faith Estimate
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical health care will cost.
Under the law, healthcare providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency services. You can also ask your healthcare provider for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a counseling session.
If you receive a bill that is more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can discuss the bill with your provider.
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We accept all major insurances