Rates and insurance
Below are our cash rates for our services.
Phone/Email consultation – free
Give us a call and let’s see if we’re a good fit for you. If you feel uncomfortable talking directly on the phone, drop us an email.
Individual intake assessment – $125
Individual session – $100
Premarital Package – $475
- Comprehensive online assessments for each individual prior to first session
- One 90-minute introductory session
- Four individualized sessions
- Two couple packets with workbook and skills building materials
- Certificate of completion for marriage license discount (Martin County, FL)
Marriage & Relationship Counseling
Couples intake assessment – $180
Couples session – $120
Family intake – $220
Family session – $175
We accept all major credit cards, as well as cash and checks. Payments are expected at the beginning of each session.
Your appointment time is reserved exclusively for you. If you are unable to make your appointment, please let us know at least 24 hours in advance to avoid a missed payment charge.
We know sometimes things happen outside of our control. If you have an emergency that will keep you from attending your appointment, let us know as soon as possible and we’ll do everything we can to reschedule with you.
We are out-of-network providers so this means we are not contracted with any insurance companies.
This doesn’t mean your insurance company won’t help you pay for some of your therapy services, but it does mean you are responsible to pay upfront for those services at each session.
We can provide you with documentation called a superbill for you to submit to your insurance company for partial or full reimbursement directly to you, depending on what your specific policy covers.
Contact your insurance company to find out how mental health is covered in your specific plan.
Keep a few things in mind when filing for reimbursement for therapy services from your insurance provider:
- Ask your insurance company if your plan offers mental health coverage and if it covers out-of-network providers (and how much).
- Ask your insurance company if they accept superbills for reimbursement.
- Determine if your plan has a deductible that must first be met before being reimbursed.
- Find out how many sessions your plan covers each year and how much of that session they will reimburse.
- Ask if you first need a referral from your primary care physician.
- Insurance companies do not reimburse for missed appointments.
- Insurance companies require a mental health diagnosis from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM 5). While insurance companies strive to keep this information private, your information will become part of your electronic medical record with them. Consider your privacy needs and confidentiality when making decisions about reimbursement.