FEES

As a specialty clinic, our overarching goals are to provide comprehensive insight, to build skills, and to empower caregivers; therefore, we view the services we provide as more term-limited. While, some families choose to use services for a longer duration; our goal is to intensively improve performance to shorten the need for treatment.

The providers at Inspired Psychological & Behavioral Health Services accept payment at the time of service in the form of personal check, cash, or credit card, including debit or credit cards associated with Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Saving Accounts (HSA)--as psychological/behavioral health services are considered eligible expenses for the use of (or reimbursement by) FSA or HSA funds.

  • Initial/New patient intakes, with parents/guardians and provider, are 90 minutes in length for $275.

  • Individual, skills-building therapy and parent training sessions are $175 per 55-minute session, with an average treatment duration of 4-6 months.

  • Neuropsychological testing is $175 per unit (hour) of service (test administration and scoring, interpretation and report writing). Testing units can vary anywhere from 8-21 units depending on case complexity, but average about 12 units. The number of units of testing will be determined in collaboration with parents at the time of intake. 

INSURANCE

Insurance companies frequently limit a provider's ability to customize and individualize services based on families' needs. Electing to use private pay services allows families to receive a concierge service that is more "client-driven" rather than "diagnosis-driven." 
                            

Families are encouraged to check with their insurance benefits coordinators to determine their eligibility to submit documentation to obtain reimbursement for a portion of our providers' fees through their out-of-network benefits. It is important to contact your insurance company in advance to know how much you may expect to be reimbursed per session. Below you will find some questions to ask your insurance provider before your first appointment:  

  1. Do I have out-of-network mental health benefits?

  2. Do I have a deductible and if so, what is it?

  3. Are my mental health and medical deductibles separate or combined? (If they are combined, you may have already met your deductible with medical expenses).

  4. If I have out-of-network benefits, will I be reimbursed the full amount I paid or a portion?

  5. What documentation needs to be submitted for reimbursement?

You can often determine in advance what you will or will not be reimbursed by providing your plan administrator with what is called a "CPT code." Our providers can provide a superbill, or documentation of service(s) provided, that you may send to your insurance company for this purpose.