We charge an adjustable moderate rate per session until you meet your out-of-network deductible. Afterwards, copay’s are typically $35-$75 per session for the rest of the calendar year. We work out-of-network with the following insurance carriers:
United Health care
MVP Health Care
Affiliated student health plans with out-of-network benefits (we commonly work with NYU, FIT, Pratt, Parsons and New School students)
FACTS & QUESTIONS
We accept most health / flex savings accounts
We offer concierge insurance billing & deductible tracking on your behalf
What if I don’t see my insurance carrier listed? We will offer you a moderate private pay rate starting at $175 per session
What if I don’t have out-of-network benefits? We will offer you a moderate private pay rate starting at $175 per session
How do I know if I have out-of-network coverage? We’d be happy to check for you. However, if you have a PPO & POS plan that’s a very good sign that you do! Unfortunately, we cannot accept HMO, EPO, EAP, Medicaid or Medicare plans at this time.
PRIVATE PAY RATES
WHY WORK WITH AN OUT-OF-NETWORK THERAPIST?
You’re seeking a specific kind of therapy like Art Therapy, DBT Skills or Mindful Psychotherapy
You want highly personalized services with a focus on you-not billing
You don’t want to wait to start therapy
You found a great match with an out-of-network therapist
You have good out-of-network coverage comparable to in-network costs
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
“Not only is it OK to spend on self care, managing mental health can also keep issues from snowballing into more serious, and expensive, problems. Research shows that people are happier after spending on therapy than if they had allotted those dollars for other things. Plus, therapy could help your finances: If you’re more confident and less stressed, you’ll probably have an easier time finding work you love, excelling at it, making more doing it and achieving the mental clarity it takes to manage your money effectively.”-Nina Stoller-Lindsey, Learnvest
"I’d like to say with great confidence that Emily is one of the best Art Therapists and clinicians that I’ve ever seen."
-Michelle Jung, M.D., Board Certified Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist