Payment

The cost for all services is $150 per hour. HOWEVER, I use a very generous sliding fee schedule based on household income, household size, and other relevant factors. As a result sizeable discounts — up to 93% — may be available for a limited number of clients. It is my goal to make my services affordable for those with limited financial resources. We will discuss the sliding scale fee during the initial free consultation. After beginning services, if your income situation changes, please let me know, and I will adjust the fees accordingly.

I do not bill Medicaid, Medicare, or other insurance programs. However, your insurance provider may reimburse you directly. It depends on your insurance company, and I would encourage you to call them to see if this is the case. If you have insurance, I would be considered an “out of network provider.” Here is how it works: you would pay me at the time of the appointment; I would provide an invoice to you on the appointment day; you would submit this to your insurance company; they would reimburse you.

I take cash, check, or credit cards. Checks returned for insufficient funds will be assessed the incurred bank fee or $30, whichever is greater. Payment is due at the end of the session.

I also offer the Advance Care Card and My Medical Funding programs. Advanced Care Card provides you with an interest free loan that allows you to get all the services you need at a frequency that allows for rapid progress without the burden of having to pay for it as you go. So for example, if you wanted to do twice weekly neurofeedback sessions for 20 sessions, you could apply to Advance Care Card for this amount of money. They would pay me, and you could have these sessions over 10 weeks, but take many months to pay back the money to Advance Care Card. This truly makes the services affordable.

The My Medical Funding program is for people with a poor credit rating. It works the same as the Advace Care Card except the money is not provided interest free.

Sadly, failure to meet your financial obligations may result in termination of services. There are publicly funded agencies in town, and I would refer you to one of them.

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