Fees & Payment Each therapist has their own individual rates for psychotherapy services, and range between $120-$150 per session. Some therapists offer free initial phone consultations and may be open to a sliding-scale fee in some circumstances. For more information about specific therapist's rates, please contact the Assistant Director, Katie Fries, at 215-399-4128.
Fees and co-payments are due at the time of service. We accept cash, check, & major credit cards.
Insurance Information We currently contract with Highmark Blue Shield. If you would like to use your health insurance to cover the costs of our services, we recommend you contact your insurance provider to find out more about your benefits and to verify we are an in-network provider for your particular health plan.
We currently accept the following health insurances:
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Federal Employee Program
Most out-of-state Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans
Once you have scheduled an initial consultation with one of our therapists, we will contact your insurance provider to inquire about any applicable deductible or co-payments requirements. Your therapist will be available to further discuss this with you during your first session.
Out-of-Network Insurance Reimbursement We are out-of-network providers and would be happy to provide the required documentation for you to receive reimbursement for our services. If your insurance company offers out-of-network mental health benefits, you should receive some reimbursement for the cost of our services (many companies cover between 50-70% of the cost for each session). Please contact your insurance provider and inquire about your out-of-network benefits. Following are some helpful questions to ask:
Am I eligible for out-of-network mental health benefits?
What amount is reimbursed for the following services with licensed mental health care provider
CPT Code 90834 (45 Minute Individual Therapy Session) at a fee of $150
Is there a deductible that must be met each year?
Is there a session limit per year?
Do I need a preauthorization prior to receiving services? If so, what information is needed?
Is there a specific form to complete and where do I obtain this form?