Rates & Insurance

Rates & Insurance

Rates

Therapy (In-person or Teletherapy)
$100 for a 50 – 55 minute session (Individual)

$115 for a 60 minute session (Couples)

EMDR (Therapist referral)
$115 for a 50 – 55  minute session

Mediation/Co-Parenting $130 per hour

Insurance

To provide optimal patient care, I choose not to bill insurance. Here are a few of my reasons:

  • Insurances companies require a DSM-5 diagnosis to reimburse counseling services. Many clients seek help for reasons other than mental health disorders. This could include, family conflict, life stress and transitions, grief, marriage and marriage prep.
  • Insurance companies require access to your diagnosis, symptoms, and behaviors. This information may dictate how many sessions or even the type of therapy used. I believe these decisions are best made by the client and counselor together, not by the insurance company.

Payment

I accept cash, check, all major credit or debit cards, and Health Saving Account cards as forms of payment. Payment is due at time of service.

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend a session, please make sure you cancel or reschedule at least 24 hours beforehand. Otherwise, you may be charged a $45 cancellation/no show fee.

Good Faith Estimate

INTRODUCTION TO THE NO SURPRISES ACT (H.R. 133)

Beginning January 1, 2022, health care providers will be required to give new and established patients who are uninsured, or self-pay, or patients who are shopping for care, a good faith estimate of costs for services that they provide. The No Surprises Act was designed to protect consumers from receiving unexpected medical bills, which resulted in a provision called, The Good Faith Estimate. The Good Faith Estimate provision of the No Surprises Act is designed to give consumers predictability in how much they will be charged for the healthcare services they will be receiving, prior to their appointment. In other words, The good faith estimate is a notification of expected charges for a scheduled or requested service by having an understanding of the “expected charge” for a service at the cash pay rate or rate established by the provider for an uninsured (or self-pay) patient, reflecting any discounts/sliding scale fees for such individuals; or the amount the provider would expect to charge if the provider intended to bill a health care plan directly for such service. References: https://omb.report/icr/202109-0938-015/doc/original/115257801.pdfhttps://www.simplepractice.com/blog/no-surprises-act-good-faith-estimates/

https://www.psychiatry.org/psychiatrists/practice/practice-management/nosurprisesactimplementation

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.

Any Other Questions

Please contact me for any additional questions you may have. I look forward to hearing from you!

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1177 Quail Court, Suite 101
Pewaukee, WI 53072

lori@relatewelltoday.com
(262) 696-9809

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