Fees & Insurance
Intake Evaluation: $175
Therapy Session: $150
Intake Evaluation: $200
Therapy Session: $160
Cash, check, and all major credit/debit cards are accepted for payment. You can make a payment online HERE.
If you do not show up for your scheduled therapy appointment, and you have not notified me at least 24 hours in advance, you will be required to pay the full fee for your session. If you are using insurance you are responsible for your fee as set by the reimbursement rate.
I am currently in network with Johns Hopkins EHP Health Insurance. If you plan on using insurance, please understand that while I am an in-network provider with these insurance companies, each plan is different and your benefits are contracted between you and your insurance company. I am currently under a contract with your insurance company and do not have control over the benefits, deductibles, coverage, or fees associated with your plan.
Out of Network
For all other insurance companies I am considered an out of network provider. This means if your insurance company offers out-of-network benefits, you should receive some reimbursement for the cost of my services. Most insurance companies that provide out-of-network benefits cover between 50%-75% of the cost per session. I would be happy to provide the necessary documentation for you to receive reimbursement for my services. I recommend that you contact your insurance provider and inquire about “out-of-network” benefits.
Questions to ask your insurance company about your mental health benefits:
- Do I have out-of-network mental health benefits?
- What amount will I be reimbursed for the following services with a licensed psychologist?
CPT (Current Procedural Terminology, or Procedure):
*CPT Code 90791 (initial consultation) at a fee of $175.00
*CPT Code 90834 (subsequent psychotherapy sessions) at a fee of $150.00 per session
- Is there a deductible I need to meet each year before I can begin to receive reimbursement for sessions?
- Is there a session limit per year?
- Is there preauthorization required? If so, what information do you need for this? Is there a specific form that needs to be filled out?