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Insurance and Rates



  • $100 per 50 Minute Counseling Session

  • Insurance rates vary based on your medical plan. Please e-mail or call for co-pay quotes with insurance. 

  • Call or e-mail to apply for sliding scale options (limited availability)

How do I submit my super bill?

Insurance companies typically have a time limit to turn in your super bill of 90 days or more, some up to 180 days. This can fall under “timely filing”. To submit your super bill, contact your insurance company and ask for “member services” or check their website for instructions. There are usually three options for turning in a super bill: mail, fax, or through an online portal. 

  1. Mail - you can ask your insurance for an address to mail the super bill. Make sure you allow time for delivery to stay within your limit for timely filing. 

  2. Fax - if you want to keep your protected health information private, we suggest not faxing from a public fax machine (such as at the library) or a work fax machine. The receipt that shows your fax was sent will include this private health information. 

  3. Online portal - most insurance providers will have an online portal through which you can upload your super bill. It is the most secure option to send your super bill, as the website will request a login or password. It is also faster than mail or fax. Be sure to ask your insurance about this option. 


What can you expect after you submit a super bill?

Insurance companies typically have a time limit in which you can submit a super bill. If you submit your super bill after this time limit, you risk losing any potential reimbursement. 

It can typically take your health insurance 2-4 weeks to process your super bill. They will either pay the full amount of services minus your copay, or they will put this amount towards your deductible. If your super bill is denied, call your insurance and request information about the denial.


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