FAQ

FAQ

Q: Can I use my insurance?

A: Yes, some of our therapists are on insurance panels such as Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Magellan. However, if we are not a provider for your insurance plan, we will provide you with the information you can use to file for out of network benefits and your insurance company will reimburse you directly. We are not a Medicaid/Medicare provider.

 

Q: What is the cost of a session?

A: The average cost of an individual session is $125, which is typically 50 minutes in length. Couple sessions are typically $150 and can be more depending on time involved.

 

Q: What is the cost of testing?

A: On average, the SASSI–4 is $125. The SDI is $125. The PTSI-R is $75. A full drug/alcohol evaluation is $500. These prices can vary depending on the time involved.

 

Q: What’s the difference between counseling and therapy? How long does this process last?

A: Counseling is typically short term, weeks to months, and assist individuals in managing life stressors and specific problems, which respond to cognitive behavioral and behavioral recommendations. Therapy is a longer process and helps an individual identified the deeper issues that are at the root of their addiction, mental health issues and certain traumas. After meeting with you we will provide you with information regarding the approach that is best for you.