Please call for session rates. Personal checks, money orders, and cash are accepted.
Confidentiality is strictly enforced to protect the client’s privacy. According to law and professional ethics, exceptions to confidentiality exist if there is clear and present danger that someone's life may be at risk or if there is suspected child abuse or neglect. Consider also that when insurance benefits are used, the insurance company may have access to a certain amount of information.
Although it may sometimes be financially necessary to use insurance benefits to pay for therapy, there are several important factors to consider first:
All insurance claims require a medical diagnosis, even if one doesn’t exist. This can affect or limit future insurance coverage and may inhibit certain employment opportunities.
The insurance company, not you, decides how many sessions are appropriate for your treatment. Your private information, even under new privacy policies, may be required from the insurance company for reimbursement.
Stacie participates in very few insurance plans (Pacificsource, Lifewise, Group Health, First Choice, Providence HP and several others) because of the very low reimbursement afforded behavioral health. However, the good news, is that many insurance companies have “Out-of-Network” benefits, and after a deductible is met, sessions are often covered at 50 or even 80 percent. This is individual and specific to each and every plan and something you should discuss with your benefits manager at work.
New clients should download and complete the nine forms in this PDF file.