Fees for Services

Self-Pay Fees (Licensed Therapist)​

Initial Therapy Intake = $175
Regular session = $150
90 min session = $245
120 min session = $350
LADC Evaluation + Report = $450

Self-Pay Fees for Nutritionist

Initial Assessment = $150
60 min Followup = $120
30 min Followup = $60

Discount Package
Initial Assessment plus (2) 30 min Followups
$250

Self-Pay Fees for Graduate-level Interns

Initial Therapy Intake = $50
Regular session = $35

Self-Pay Fees (Pre-licensed Therapist)​

Initial Therapy Intake = $135
Regular session = $115
90 min session = $185
​120 min session = $240

Self-Pay Fees for Medication Management

Initial Psych Med Intake = $300

Ketamine Therapy Intake = $300

Followup Medication session (15min) = $170

Followup Medication session (30 min) = $200

Superbills can be provided upon request to help with reimbursement from your Insurance

Frequently Asked Questions

What Insurances do you accept?

What Insurances do you accept?

  • Optum
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • United Healthcare
  • ​​Cigna
  • Anthem BCBS
  • UMR
  • ​Tufts

We do NOT work with Insurance EAP plans.
(not all the insurances listed are accepted by all our therapists.)

What should I ask my Insurance company?

What should I ask my Insurance company?

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

When does my plan year begin?
How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

- When does my plan year begin?
- How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
- Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
- Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
- Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

  • Optum
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • United Healthcare
  • ​​Cigna
  • Anthem BCBS

We do NOT work with Insurance EAP plans.
(not all the insurances listed are accepted by all our therapists.)

What is your cancellation policy?

What is your cancellation policy?

Please cancel at least 24 hours before your appointment. Otherwise, you will automatically be charged a $100 cancellation fee.

The reason for this policy is that the appointment time is being held specifically for you. If you provide less than 24 hours’ notice, we cannot offer that slot to someone else.

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

When does my plan year begin?
How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

- When does my plan year begin?
- How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
- Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
- Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
- Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

  • Optum
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • United Healthcare
  • ​​Cigna
  • Anthem BCBS

We do NOT work with Insurance EAP plans.
(not all the insurances listed are accepted by all our therapists.)

What are the benefits of Private pay/Out of Network?

What are the benefits of Private pay/Out of Network?


You will not be given a mental health diagnosis:
When you use insurance to cover for psychotherapy, your psychotherapist is required to provide your diagnosis and treatment notes to your insurance company, in order to get paid.

Ensures your confidentiality and privacy:
If you choose to pay privately or pursue out of network benefits, what you discuss in the their session with the psychotherapist will remain solely between you and them. You will not have to worry about giving more people, including future employers who may request a copy of your medical record, access to your private health information.

Reduce the possibility of getting a high insurance premium:

If you use your insurance, there is a possibility that you get a higher insurance premium in the future. Insurance companies could consider a diagnosis as a “pre-existing condition”, which may result in an increase in your premium.

Please cancel at least 24 hours before your appointment. Otherwise, you will automatically be charged a $100 cancellation fee.

The reason for this policy is that the appointment time is being held specifically for you. If you provide less than 24 hours’ notice, we cannot offer that slot to someone else.

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

When does my plan year begin?
How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

- When does my plan year begin?
- How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
- Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
- Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
- Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

  • Optum
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • United Healthcare
  • ​​Cigna
  • Anthem BCBS

We do NOT work with Insurance EAP plans.
(not all the insurances listed are accepted by all our therapists.)

How do I inquire about my Out-of-Network Policy?

How do I ask about my Out-of-Network Policy?

In order to ensure that you understand the benefit coverage of your out-of-network insurance policy, we recommend contacting your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back of your insurance card, prior to your first session.

Most insurance companies will reimburse you up to 50% – 80% of the session fee. Please be sure to inquire about the fees for your session prior to calling your insurance company.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

-Are my therapy sessions covered? If so, how many sessions are covered?

-What is the reimbursement rate for an initial intake session intake session (CPT code 90791)?

-What is the reimbursement rate for a 60-minute follow up session (CPT code 90837)?

-Are there any restrictions in my out-of-network policy?“How much coverage will I receive for a $150 session?”

If you have a PPO type plan and want to submit a claim for out-of-network reimbursement, Revive Counseling and Wellness Center can provide you a receipt or submit a claim on your behalf to help facilitate any reimbursement you may be entitled to.


You will not be given a mental health diagnosis:
When you use insurance to cover for psychotherapy, your psychotherapist is required to provide your diagnosis and treatment notes to your insurance company, in order to get paid.

Ensures your confidentiality and privacy:
If you choose to pay privately or pursue out of network benefits, what you discuss in the their session with the psychotherapist will remain solely between you and them. You will not have to worry about giving more people, including future employers who may request a copy of your medical record, access to your private health information.

Reduce the possibility of getting a high insurance premium:

If you use your insurance, there is a possibility that you get a higher insurance premium in the future. Insurance companies could consider a diagnosis as a “pre-existing condition”, which may result in an increase in your premium.

Please cancel at least 24 hours before your appointment. Otherwise, you will automatically be charged a $100 cancellation fee.

The reason for this policy is that the appointment time is being held specifically for you. If you provide less than 24 hours’ notice, we cannot offer that slot to someone else.

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

When does my plan year begin?
How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you
will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back
of your card listed for Behavioral Health.

Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits.


When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions:

- When does my plan year begin?
- How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining?
- Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay
- Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much?
- Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

  • Optum
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • United Healthcare
  • ​​Cigna
  • Anthem BCBS

We do NOT work with Insurance EAP plans.
(not all the insurances listed are accepted by all our therapists.)

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FAQ

FAQ

What Insurances do you accept?

Optum Harvard Pilgrim United Healthcare Cigna Anthem BCBS

What should I ask my Insurance company?

In order to insure that you understand the benefit coverage of your insurance policy, you will need to contact your insurance company by calling the phone number on the back of your card listed for Behavioral Health. Ask to speak to representative about your Behavioral Health Benefits. When you speak with a representative, ask the following questions: When does my plan year begin? How many behavioral visits do I have per Calendar year? How many remaining? Do you I a co-pay? If yes, how much is my co-pay Do you I a deductible?If yes, How much? Have I met your deductible for the year yet? If no, how much is left?

What is your cancellation policy?

Please cancel at least 24 hours before your appointment. Otherwise, you will automatically be charged a $100 cancellation fee. The reason for this policy is that the appointment time is being held specifically for you. If you provide less than 24 hours’ notice, we cannot offer that slot to someone else.

What are the benefits of Private pay/Out of Network?

The following are the reasons why some client prefer to choose out-of-network or pay privately (without insurance): You will not be given a mental health diagnosis. When you use insurance to cover for psychotherapy, your psychotherapist is required to provide your diagnosis and treatment notes to your insurance company, in order to get paid. Ensures your confidentiality and privacy. If you choose to pay privately or pursue out of network benefits, what you discuss in the their session with the psychotherapist will remain solely between you and them. You will not have to worry about giving more people, including future employers who may request a copy of your medical record, access to your private health information. Reduce the possibility of getting a high insurance premium: If you use your insurance, there is a possibility that you get a higher insurance premium in the future. Insurance companies could consider a diagnosis as a “pre-existing condition”, which may result in an increase in your premium.

No Surprises Act and Good Faith Estimates

As of January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act took effect nationwide, which seeks to protect people covered under group and individual health plans from receiving surprise medical bills when they receive most emergency services, non-emergency services from out-of-network providers at in-network facilities, and services from out-of-network air ambulance service providers. Additionally, the No Surprises Act provides new dispute resolution opportunities for uninsured and self-pay individuals when they receive a medical bill that is substantially greater than the good faith estimate they get from the provider. As such, this allows for people to ask providers for an estimated cost of services, referred to as a Good Faith Estimate. Under the No Surprises Act of 2022, people can obtain transparency of costs related to services. This can allow for opportunities for informed consent to participate in a service, as well as to advocate for oneself when needed related to medical costs.

As of January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act took effect nationwide, which seeks to protect people covered under group and individual health plans from receiving surprise medical bills when they receive most emergency services, non-emergency services from out-of-network providers at in-network facilities, and services from out-of-network air ambulance service providers. Additionally, the No Surprises Act provides new dispute resolution opportunities for uninsured and self-pay individuals when they receive a medical bill that is substantially greater than the good faith estimate they get from the provider. As such, this allows for people to ask providers for an estimated cost of services, referred to as a Good Faith Estimate. Under the No Surprises Act of 2022, people can obtain transparency of costs related to services. This can allow for opportunities for informed consent to participate in a service, as well as to advocate for oneself when needed related to medical costs.

  • ​You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost. Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
  • ​You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees.
  • ​You have the right to ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an item or service.
  • ​You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost. Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
  • ​You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees.
  • ​You have the right to ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an item or service.

Client Responsibility:

In an effort to provide clients with a clear expectation of cost of services, it is important that you know your plan details. If you are paying out of pocket, this can be a fairly easy estimate, especially since the cost of services can be found on this site.

However, if you are using insurance, I ask that you are aware of whether or not your plan has a deductible. This can change what the quote will reflect based on contracted insurance rates. Please have this information available before calling to coordinate services so that we can avoid those unwanted financial "surprises."

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