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You may have Out of Network health insurance benefits that we can bill for you. We will send you our Client Billing Form prior to the first session. Your insurance information will be sent to our insurance billing services to determine your benefits. Or, you may contact our insurance billing services provider, Kelli Gillies at 541-343-8122. Kelli will contact your insurance company and make an initial inquiry about your insurance benefits so that you can know in advance how much your sessions will cost you.
In most cases, you will find you are responsible for 50% of the cost of your counseling sessions after your deductible is met. By choice, we are not "In Network" for any insurance companies.
Insight Counseling Group believes that parental involvement and support is critical for the long-term success of a pre-teen or teen's therapeutic journey. To support and encourage this kind of involvement, Insight Counseling Group offers a 50 minute no-charge parental consultation for every eight sessions of therapeutic work for clients under the age of 16. While client confidentially will be maintained at all times, this consultation is intended to offer parents the opportunity to understand the services offered by Insight Counseling Group and identify ways in which they can be productively engaged in their child’s therapeutic progress.
Diagnostic Intake (50-minute Session): $185 (same day payment discount: $155)
Individual Counseling 50-minute Session: $150 (same day payment discount: $120)
Couples and Family 50-minute Session: $150 (same day payment discount: $120)
We accept cash, checks, credit cards and payments from Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Medicare Savings Accounts (MSA).
If you do not show up for your scheduled therapy appointment, and you have not notified us least 24 hours in advance by phone, email or text message, you will be required to pay the full cost of the session. Insurance will not cover this fee.
The law protects the communication in therapy sessions as "privileged communication" and what we discuss is protected by Oregon State Laws. Exceptions to confidentiality include if you are a threat to yourself or others, elder and child abuse is suspected or has occurred, or your health is in immediate jeopardy. These instances do not occur often but it is important to know your rights. Additionally, any information provided to other professionals would be strictly related to your safety and to the safety of others involved.