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Our Fees

  • Initial Consultation $165
  • Individual (Adult/ Child) Psychotherapy $125-$140
  • Couples Therapy $135
  • Teletherapy (Individual) $140
  • Teletherapy (Couple) $150
  • “No Show” fee, Late Cancelation fee $75

Payment for services is made at each session.
Effective March 1st, 2018, Intown Counseling & Wellness, LLC will require all patients keep an
active credit card on file with us. Circumstances when your card would be charged include but are
not limited to: missed or canceled sessions without 24 hour notice, missed co-payments,
deductible and co- insurance, any non-covered services and/or denial of services.

Insurance

If you have medical insurance with mental health benefits, then some or all of your fees at Intown
Counseling & Wellness may be covered. As a courtesy, we will contact your insurance company
to determine whether you have benefits and if we are “in-network.” If so, you will be responsible
for your co-pay at the time of your appointment. If we are “out of network,” your insurance
provider will likely pay a percentage of the fees at an out-of-network rate. In that case, you will be
responsible to pay for services at the time of your appointment. We’ll provide you with a
“Superbill” and your insurance company will reimburse you a percentage of the cost directly to
you.

Cancellation Policy

We ask that you show us consideration by calling at least 24 hours prior to your appointment if
you are unable to attend. Failure to keep your scheduled appointment hinders our ability to
provide the best care to our patients. In an effort to minimize missed appointments, we have
implemented a “No-Show” fee of $75.00.

 

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