How much do you charge?

Dr. Young’s fee is $140 for a 53-minute session, and he only accepts Tricare. He is not considered in-network, but he is certified with them, so they do pay for his services, but the copay is generally about $15 more than in-network providers.

John Snyder and Hannah Robinson both accept Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans (for example, Anthem) and Tricare. If you have use one of these insurers, unless you have a deductible, you will normally only be charged a copay. We recommend calling your insurer before coming in to find out your copay and deductible, if any.

If you are not in one of these networks, John’s and Hannah’s fee is $110 for a 53-minute session.

Hannah’s contracts with Aetna and Tricare will be completed before July 15. Until these contracts are completed, she will be charging $50 to Aetna and Tricare clients.

This fee covers a full 60 minutes, as it includes additional time for preparation and note-taking.  Our therapists spend a considerable amount of time above and beyond this pursuing continuing education, attending professional conferences and trainings, and researching clients’ conditions and how to better treat them.

What if I have another insurer?

If our therapists are not considered in-network with your insurance company, we recommend checking your out-of-network benefits to find out how much of our fee might be covered. Companies such as United and Cigna often have very good out-of-network benefits so we highly recommend checking. We do not accept Medicare or Medicaid, and they will not reimburse you for any portion of the fee. Anthem Healthkeepers Plus is a Medicaid plan, so we cannot accept it.

Is teletherapy or online therapy covered by insurance?

Teletherapy is sometimes covered by insurance. You should call your insurance company to find out whether teletherapy is covered by your plan. If they ask for a “Place of Service” code, that code is “02.”