Time for a Change
In the United States, more than 47,600,000 people experience mental illness every year, yet less than half receive treatment
Data from Harvard University and the World Health Organization show people without mental illness earn ~50% more income than those with severe illness*
*National Institutes of Mental Health. "Mental Health by the Numbers". Sept 2019; Levinson et al., British Journal of Psychiatry. Aug 2010; Kessler et al., American Journal of Psychiatry. Jun 2008
Join the 20,000,000+ Americans each year that seek professional help
Second Opinion for PCP/
In-Depth Single Consultation
Initial Diagnostic Evaluation
Psychotherapy Session with Medications (50 mins)
In my practice, most patients use their health insurance—though similar to many mental health practices, patients are billed directly and so I am considered "out-of-network" for all health insurance plans. I provide paperwork so that patients may seek financial reimbursement from their insurance company by submitting a claim. I do not engage directly with any health insurance company.
In many cases, patients may end up with similar out-of-pocket costs as seeing a provider who accepts their insurance. Please note that Medicare does not reimburse out-of-network.
Please contact your insurance carrier beforehand to determine coverage.
What should I ask my insurance company?
How do I submit a claim for out-of-network reimbursement?
How much is my "out-of-network deductible"?
After I meet my deductible, how much can I be reimbursed for a diagnostic evaluation (code 90792 with modifier 95), psychotherapy session (codes 99213 + 90836 with modifier 95), or a medication follow up session (codes 99213 + 90833 with modifier 95)?