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Many insurance plans cover mental health services and reimburse anywhere from 50-80% . To find out about your coverage call the 1-800 number on the back of your insurance card. They will be able to tell you what your insurance benefit is and if any precertification of services is required by your plan. If we are not in your insurance network be sure and ask about any out-of-network benefits you might have. We will be happy to file your insurance for you electronically. If you do not have insurance coverage there are still a number of ways for services to be affordable. We accept VISA-MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
Many people can use therapy while being mindful of limited resources. Some will meet with a therapist less often than once per week and supplement what they learn in therapy with other sources of help, such as support groups or reading material. If the desire is to make changes in life and use therapy to do so, there is almost always an affordable way to get started.
When weighing the costs of therapy it is also important to consider the benefits, especially in light of other things that one might spend money on. Several studies have documented the benefits of therapy in terms of reducing medical visits (people get sick less often when they manage their stress well) and improving job performance (people can concentrate better when they feel peaceful about their lives). The value of reduced stress, improved relationships, and more peace in life is important to factor in one’s decision as well.