- Anthem BC/BS
- MedMutual SuperMed Plus
- Ohio State University (pending)
- United Behavioral Health (UBH)
- United Healthcare (UHC)
- United Medical Resources (UMR)
How To arrange the first of two intake appointments:
First, read all the information on this website and assure this practice is a good fit for you.
Go to the “Book an Appointment” page and click on “I’m a new client.” A calendar will pop up on that page and you can request an appointment.
Once you request an appointment you will receive the intake forms. After completing the required intake forms your appointment will be confirmed or declined (Appointments are taken in the order received. PLEASE wait for the confirmation before attending your appointment.)
All forms must be completed prior to your first appointment.
A credit card on file that will be charged for the amount of your co-pay and any deductible amount you may have if that has not yet been met. Your credit/debit/HSA/FSA card will be charged following your session in the amount of your co-pay and any deductible amount to cover the full fee.
Scan your insurance card into the system, but please also bring your insurance card with you to your first session.
That’s it! I look forward to meeting you.
What is “in-network” vs. “out-of-network”?
These terms refer to a relationship your therapist has with an insurance carrier. If your therapist is “in-network”, they have gone through an application and credentialing process, and have been accepted/invited or to be a “preferred provider” or “in-network” provider. It can also be referred to as impaneled. Your therapist signed a contract and agreed to a specific fee schedule. This is typically much less than the base fees charged.
Out-of-Network refers to your therapist not being enrolled or impaneled as a preferred provider for an insurance company. Typically the client is responsible for filing the insurance claim. The client is reimbursed and reimbursed at a lower rate.
An “Equine Fee” in the amount of $75 is your out-of-pocket cost if horses are used in the session. This is in addition to the covered rate provided by the insurance company and your co-pay. This fee is 100% the responsibility of the client.
Will insurance companies reimburse Equine Assisted Psychotherapy? (EAP)
Insurance companies do not (yet) specifically reimburse for Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Insurance does generally reimburse an hour of individual psychotherapy or a 90837 visit.
New intake and assessment (may take up to three sessions, 50 minutes) 90791 $200
Individual Session (50 minutes) 90837 $150
Family Session with or without client (50 minutes) 90837/90846 $150
Equine Fee is the responsibility of the client, not the insurance carrier. This fee will be charged to your online credit/debit card following services.
No Show or Missed Appointments
If you miss your appointment or do not show for your appointment a $75 fee will be charged to your credit/debit card following the missed session.