TELEPHONE CALLS / E-MAILS:
Calls and e-mails will be returned as soon as possible. If you have a psychiatric emergency, please call 911 or go immediately to your local emergency room.
LENGTH OF SESSION:
Sessions are generally 45-50 minutes in length, although 60 minutes will be allotted for an initial intake session.
FEES AND PAYMENT:
Payments may be made via Cash, Credit and Debit Card.
Racquel is currently a provider for Cigna and Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Optum/United Healthcare. Her fees for individual psychotherapy are between $150-$200 with a limited number of lower fee slots between $75-$100 and $150-$200 for couples therapy. Group psychotherapy is between $40-$60 per member.
Latifa is currently a provider for Cigna and Optum/United Healthcare. Her fees for individual psychotherapy are between $120-$160 with a limited number of lower fee slots between $75-$100.
Gabrialle is currently in the proces of being paneled with several insurance plans. Her fees for individual psychotherapy are between $120-$175 with a limited number of lower fee slots between $75-$100.
LaJeanna is not paneled with insurance however she does offer lower fees and her rates are $50-$80 for individual psychotherapy.
Ronda is currently a provider for Cigna, Oscar and Optum/United Healthcare and her fees for psychotherapy are between $120-$160. She also has a limited number of lower fee slots.
Susanne is not paneled with insurance, her rates are $75-$175 for individual therapy and $100-$175 for couples therapy. Her rates for her groups are $50-$70 per member. She also has a limited number of lower fee slots for $50-$75.
Each therapist charges between $90-$150 for family therapy.
CANCELLATIONS AND MISSED APPOINTMENTS:
24 hours advance notice is required for cancellation of an appointment except in the case of emergency. A fee of $50 will be charged for non emergency same day cancellations.
RELEASE OF INFORMATION:
All information obtained in the course of treatment is privileged and confidential. All releases of information require your permission in the form of a properly executed consent to release information.
The law protects the relationship between a client and a psychotherapist and information cannot be disclosed without written permission.
Exceptions include: Suspected child abuse or dependent adult or elder abuse, danger of homicidal action, or intention to harm others or self. If a client reports intent to harm his/her self, every effort will be made to enlist their cooperation in ensuring their safety. If they do not cooperate, the law requires further measures to be taken without their permission in order to ensure their safety
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