Good Faith Estimate - Expected Cost Tables
As of January 1, 2022, state-licensed or certified health care providers need to give a Good Faith Estimate of expected charges to every new and continuing client who is either uninsured or is not planning to submit a claim to their insurance for the healthcare services they seek. The purpose of the good faith estimate requirement is to give individuals an opportunity to evaluate their health care options, manage care costs, and prevent surprise in billing. For clients that are new or continuing who are either uninsured or are not planning to submit a claim to their insurance for the healthcare services reimbursements, we will be providing you with a Good Faith Estimate.
Disclaimer: The Good Faith Estimate will show clients the costs of services that are reasonably expected during therapy or psychological testing/evaluation. The services needed by the client are based on information known at the time of the phone screening (prior to the intake session). The Good Faith Estimate does not include any unknown or unexpected costs that may arise during treatment. Your costs may increase if complications or special circumstances occur during therapy/testing where more services or ancillary services are requested or needed. For increases in service fees due to changes in treatment or general changes in costs, a new good faith estimate will be provided.
While it is not possible for a therapist or psychologist to know, in advance, how many therapy sessions or batteries of tests in psychological testing may be necessary, the estimate of the cost of services provided to you will provide an expected cost table over a 12 month period. Below are our current charges for psychotherapy services based on the different frequency and duration of therapy. Be aware that most of our clients start with one psychotherapy visit per week but the frequency of visits that are appropriate in your specific case may be more or less than once per week, depending upon your needs and challenges.
For more information about your rights to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.
Individual, Couples, Co-Parenting, Child/Adolescent Therapy (50 minute sessions)
Individual, Couples, Co-Parenting, Child/Adolescent Therapy (70 minute sessions)
PCIT Therapy (50 minute sessions)
PCIT Therapy (70 minute sessions)
ERP + ACT Therapy (50 minute sessions + one 15 min weekly phone check)
ERP + ACT Therapy (80 minute sessions + one 15 min weekly phone check)