We make the payment process simple so that you can focus on why you’re here. Paying for treatment is easy. We accept all forms of payment. You can pay for each session with a credit card, cash, check, and even your health savings account (HSA). Payment is collected at the end of each session.
What to Expect when Paying for Therapy
We handle the out-of-network paperwork for you – so that you can get reimbursed quickly.
Instead of you having to ask for a paper invoice, look up confusing insurance information on your own, and then send in a claim… we take care of everything for you. This is very rare in our field.
Unlike most therapists, we utilize technology to process your payment and electronically submit a request to your insurance company for out-of-network coverage. This saves you time, and expedites the process for getting an insurance reimbursement check in the mail to you.
Our fees are in the average range for Philadelphia & the Main Line.
Despite the high quality services that we offer, we do our best to make our work affordable. Each provider in our practice sets his or her own fee, which is based on experience and specialization. Although these fees vary, our practice average is right in line with the average costs for individual and couples therapy in the Philadelphia area.
Why don’t you accept a co-pay?
We have found that working directly for insurance companies comes with sacrifices to your treatment that are just not worth it. We want to work for you, not a large, profit-driven insurance company that doesn’t have your interests in mind. By not sitting on insurance panels, we are able to preserve your privacy and practice therapy in the way that we know will work best for you.
I really want to work with you, but don’t know if I can afford it.
Each of our providers has the discretion of offering a sliding fee scale of up to 20% off his or her standard fee. We reserve this for cases of financial need. Appointment slots may be limited. Inquire with your individual provider. Another cost-efficient and powerful form of treatment is group therapy. Assuming you are a good fit for one of our groups, these sessions are more affordable than individual therapy and can be a great option.