Answering your questions about insurance and mental health.


Our individual therapy fees are $225.

We are in-network with the following health plans
Medicare (straight Medicare or Aetna Advantage plans only)

We are in-network with additional fees* *these insurances will incur an additional materials fee charge.
CDPHP (Hudson Valley)

Out of network plans that will reimburse for our services. We file these claims for you.
United Healthcare*
Carelon (formerly Beacon Health/Value Options)

CHP/ Consolidated Health Plans
Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield*

Most out of state or smaller insurance plans with out of network coverage.

Out-of-network behavioral health benefits: Not all plans allow out-of-network benefits. If your plan does, your carrier typically reimburse between 40-70% of our fee. You may also have a deductible, which means you will have to pay up to a certain amount of your services before your plan starts covering some of the cost. If you plan to try for reimbursement, we can submit a claim to your insurance for you. However you will still be required to pay for the full amount of our fee of $200 at the time of service.

DISCLAIMER: Because of the changing nature of Health Insurance, we cannot guarantee outcomes with your insurance coverage. We do our best to stay up-to-date on healthcare changes, and update this page frequently to reflect current standards. Please check your coverage with your insurance so you know what to expect. 

This page was last updated on Aug 2023

Sliding Scale Fees

Clients seeking a sliding scale fee may work with one of our creative arts therapists in training under supervision, or one of our Limited Permit therapists. Our therapists “in training” are graduate students in their final year of schooling, and our Limited Permit therapists have obtained their Masters Degree and are working towards their NY State license.  Our selection process for student therapists is comprehensive. These carefully selected new professionals are valued members of our clinical team. We appreciate their inquisitive, theoretically-grounded inquiries into the nature of human behavior and their passion for helping people be mentally healthy through the creative arts.

Here are some helpful questions to ask your insurance provider before your first session:

  1. Does my plan have out-of-network benefits?

  2. Do I have a deductible? If yes, how much is it? Have I met any portion of my deductible with other medical expenses this year?

  3. What PERCENTAGE of the psychotherapy (CPT 90834 or 90837) fee will be reimbursed?