Child Psycholgist

Fees

Frequently asked questions about fees and insurance.

 

Do you accept insurance?

PACT does not accept insurance. We are a private pay, fee-for-service provider. We are able to provide detailed invoices (aka superbill) that you may submit to your insurance for out-of-network costs. 

The amount of reimbursement varies by plan, so please contact your insurance directly for verification. We cannot guarantee payment of your claims from insurance companies. 

We also require a credit card on file to reserve your appointment time. Your card will be charged if you do not show up for your appointment, or if you give less than 24 hours notice, canceling an appointment when it is not a true emergency. 

Psychological services or behavioral health services are generally able to be paid for with a Health Savings Account (HSA) and/or Flexible Spending Account (FSA).  These can be entered as a credit card, which enables the services to be tax-deductible.  Please check with your specific HSA or FSA to determine if any restrictions apply.

Psychologist Rates

  • Consultations, Including Initial Consultations for Therapy or Evaluation Services (90 minutes) = $250

  • Established Individual and/or Combined (Parents and Child) Therapy Session (50 minutes) = $175

  • Focused Evaluations (e.g., IQ, GT, or Adult ADHD Only) = $850-$1500

  • Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations = $2500-5000

Psychological Associate or Educational Specialist Rates

  • Consultations, Including Initial Consultations for Therapy or Evaluation Services (90 minutes) = $210

  • Established Individual and/or Combined (Parents and Child) Therapy Session (50 minutes) = $140

  • Focused Evaluations (e.g., IQ, GT, or Adult ADHD Only) = $850-$1500

  • Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations = $2000-4000

Do you offer sliding scale rates?

Yes, we do offer a limited number of sliding scale services upon request and completion of a reduced-fee application and agreement.

Good Faith Estimate of Expected Charges Notice

You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate of Expected Charges to better understand the cost of services to address your mental health needs. 

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call 1-800-985-3059.