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Rates & Insurance

Insurance

I am an In-Network provider for Aetna, United Healthcare, Oxford, Oscar, Massachusetts BCBS, and Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield (Horizon BCBS of NJ). I will also provide superbills for out-of-network claims upon request.

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Private Pay Rates

Initial Session

Initial biopsychosocial assessment and treatment planning.

Approximately 60 minutes.

$135

Individual Therapy

Sessions

Sessions are 50-60 minutes. Frequency and length of treatment varies based on individuals needs and preferences. 

$135

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Rates & Insurance FAQ

Why do some clients choose private pay even when they have insurance?

People choose to pay privately for a number of reasons. Some people prefer to keep their mental health information separate from their insurance for privacy reasons. Using insurance requires the therapist to provide some information to the insurance company. Typically, this is just a diagnosis but the insurance company may request therapy progress notes or treatment plans. Insurance also requires that the therapy be "medically necessary" and may place limitations on session length, frequency, or the total number of session. Additionally, some plans have a high deductible and people may decide that paying privately is a better choice for them. 

How do I know if insurance covers your services?

I process insurance through Headway. If you would like to check your behavioral health benefits click HERE. After your insurance benefits are verified we will be able to determine your co-pay.

What forms of payment do you take?

I accept all major credit cards.

What insurances do you take?

I am in-network with Aetna, United Healthcare, Cigna, Oscar and Oxford.

What can I do if you don't take my insurance?

If I do not take your insurance you have two options: you can pay the private pay rate of $135 per session or you can contact your insurance about out-of-network benefits. I can provide a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company for partial reimbursement. 

Do you provide superbills?

Yes, if requested I can provide superbills.

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