What are the session fees?
FREE 15 minute initial phone consultation with an intake coordinator
- $185 per individual therapy session (45 minutes)
- $210 per initial psychosocial intake session (50-60 minutes)
- $190 per family session (45 minutes)
When is payment due?
Payment is due at the time of service. We store a debit or credit card in my Electronic Medical Record (EMR) so you will not have to take time from your sessions for payment. We accept all major credit cards and health savings cards (HSA) as forms of payment.
What about insurance?
Meghan does not accept insurance, however, depending on your current health insurance provider or employee benefit plan, it is possible for services to be reimbursed in full or in part by your insurance. Payment is due in full at the time of service but can provide “Superbills” to submit to insurance.
Questions for your insurance provider to help determine your benefits:
- Do I have out-of-network coverage for mental health?
- If I do have out-of-network benefits, will I be reimbursed in full or for a portion of the paid amount?
- What is my deductible? Have I met it yet?
- Are services rendered by a licensed clinical social worker covered? Meghan is licensed in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
- Do they cover procedural codes 90791 (psychosocial intake session), 90834 (individual session), 90853 (group therapy), 90847, and 90846 (family therapy)?
- Do they cover teletherapy?
- Will my therapist need to give a diagnosis in order to be reimbursed?
What is the Cancellation Policy?
If you need to cancel or reschedule a session, please provide 48 hours’ notice.
We do charge the full session fee for no-shows and late cancelations.
Good Faith Estimate:
Under Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act (No Surprises Act), healthcare providers and healthcare facilities are required to provide a Good Faith Estimate of expected charges for items and services. This Act aims to prevent “surprise billing” for health services for individuals who are not enrolled in a plan or coverage or a Federal health care plan, are receiving services from an out-of-network provider at an in-network facility, or not seeking to file a claim with their plan or coverage. You should receive a good faith estimate when scheduling services for the first time, when new services not listed herein are added to your care plan, and when fees for any such services change. You are also entitled to request and receive a good faith estimate at any time.