How much does a session cost?

The cost of your session depends on many factors including if we are in-network with your insurance or if you have out-of-network, what your insurance coverage is, and if you have met your deductible. You also must meet the criteria for a diagnosis for your insurance to cover services. Court-Involved Family Systems Therapy, as well as any court-ordered treatment, is not billable to insurance. If you are paying out of pocket the cost of sessions are as follows:

  • Initial 60-minute intake: $200
  • 50-minute therapy session: $155
  • Court Involved Family Systems intake: $300
  • 50-minute Court Involved Family Systems session: $200

Do you accept all insurance?

We accept all insurances whether we are in or out-of-network. Benefits will depend on your individual insurance. We are happy to look up your benefits and let you know what they are.

If I have insurance but you are out of network will you still bill my insurance?

We can bill your out-of-network insurance for a $5.00 fee per visit or we can provide you with a superbill which you can submit directly to your insurance.

What insurances are you in-network with?

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Select Health – In-network with Care, Choice, Med, and Value plans. (We unfortunately do not accept Medicaid)
  • EMI Health
  • TriCare
  • DMBA
  • Ecclesiastical Pay
  • Utah Victims of Crime (UVOC)

Do you provide over-the-phone or virtual sessions?

Yes! We meet our clients where they are and provide sessions over the phone via TeleHealth or over the web. Let us know what works for you.

If my child or teen is being seen am I supposed to attend their sessions?

During the initial intake, a parent is needed to add much needed information about the child or teen. This is also a good time to get to know your child’s therapist and ask any questions you might have. After the initial intake, the therapist will let you know what type of involvement they need from you. Each child/teen is different and requires a different level of parent involvement. With that said, you can always reach out to your child’s therapist for an update or to ask questions.