Have insurance? See options under methods of payment below
Intake (60 mins) - $125
Regular Session (50 mins) - $100
Extended (75 mins) - $115
Intake (60-75 mins) - $150
Regular Session (60 mins) - $125
Extended (80 mins) - $140
Intake (60-75 mins) - $175
Regular Session (75 mins) - $150
*3 or more members
Initial Intake: The intake is not counseling/therapy. The first meeting is designed to gain background information and determine if we are a good fit. If not, then we have colleagues in the area that we will refer you to since our goal is to help you find the assistance you are looking for. If so, you will fill out paperwork and you and your therapist will go over office policies, fees, and general information.
All other fees such as travel, letters, assessments, etc. will be determined on an individual basis.
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Late Cancellation/Missed Appointments
All cancellations must be made with at least 24 hours notice to avoid a $75 fee. You will be charged the full fee for your scheduled session for missed appointments.
Please see our "Plans" page to get more information on purchasing packages at a discounted rate per session. This is a great option for private pay clients who are committed to regular counseling sessions.
Methods of Payment and Insurance
ACIFT IS NOW ACCEPTING MEDICAID!
Please call to get information on getting started.
Limited Availability for accepting clients with:
BCBS (New Directions Behavioral Health)
Method of payments are cash, credit and debit cards. Full payment is due before services are rendered.
Have other insurance but could really benefit from ACIFT's services? A superbill can be requested for clients to receive out-of-network partial reimbursement for services rendered. Check out this link to understand how this works: https://blog.getbetter.co/a-guide-to-superbills-e43578b5c086
Who benefits from paying out of pocket?
Those who are uninsured/underinsured
Those who want to protect their privacy or the privacy of their children for any situation where you don't want your information (i.e. diagnosis) to be part of your permanent health record (e.g. federal jobs, military, legal reasons, etc.)
Those who may have high deductibles
Utilizing insurance requires a diagnosis. Self-pay does not.
Those who may want to be seen sooner or more frequently