Services may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or employee benefit plan. Pathways to Growth Counseling is an in-network provider with BCBS. If we do not specifically accept your insurance, we will provide you with a comprehensive billing statement that you can submit to your insurance provider for potential reimbursement
Please check your coverage carefully by asking the following questions:
If you need assistance verifying your benefits we are happy to help.
There are both advantages and drawbacks of out-of-pocket payment and to using private insurance. Obviously, the biggest drawback of out-of-pocket pay is that it is an immediate out-of-pocket pay is that it is an immediate out-of-pocket expense. However, there are advantages of private pay that may make the expense worth considering.
Most insurance providers require a mental health diagnosis in order for therapy to be covered. When clients pay out-of-pocket, there is no requirement of a mental health diagnosis for treatment. Additionally, your session may be tax deductible.
Clients who pay out of pocket are guaranteed that the only people who know any of the details of therapy are themselves and their therapist. Aside from normal limits to confidentiality, therapy is completely confidential, without any third party being privy to information exchanged in session.
Having a choice is an important factor when it comes to finding someone you trust with your personal concerns. You may, for instance, prefer seeing someone who was personally recommended to you. When you use your insurance plan, your options are usually limited to therapists within your insurance provider’s network.
$100-$150 for Initial Clinical Assessment
$90-$120 for Individual Therapy Sessions
$110-$140 for Couples/Family Therapy Sessions
Cash, check and credit/debit accepted for payment.
Pathways to Growth Counseling requires at least 24 hours notice should you need to cancel or change your therapy appointment. Failure to provide at least 24 hours notice will result in a $70 cancellation/no show fee. This fee is not covered by insurance.