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Rates & Insurance

We are committed to making therapy accessible and affordable.
We offer several payment options.

Payment Options

Our practice has relationships with most major health insurance providers. We also offer sliding scale private pay rates, and low-cost sessions with our interns. 

Blue Cross Blue Shield
Health Partners
Optum (Medica, UBH, UHC)
Preferred One
Private Pay
United Behavioral Health (UBH)
United Health Care (UHC)
Low-Cost Private Pay (Interns)



It is your responsibility to determine what benefits and reimbursements are available through your insurance plan, and any deductibles and co-pays that will be due. Check with your insurance company to be sure your therapist is in-network and will be covered.

Health Insurance

Our therapists are individually covered by a wide range of insurance and health plans. You will find specific information for each therapist's insurance coverage on their individual bio pages. 

Private Pay

We accept cash, checks, credit or HSA cards. Some clients prefer to pay for therapy out-of-pocket for various reasons (confidentiality, not wanting to receive a diagnosis or create a record, avoiding billing hassles, and other personal reasons).


Sliding Fee Scale

Most of our therapists offer a sliding scale with your fee set according to your household income. Each therapist can give you more information about their specific sliding scale by request.


Low-Cost Sessions

We provide a low cost ($30/hour) option provided by a Masters level Marriage and Family Therapy Intern who has completed the coursework, is supervised by our most experienced therapists, and is working toward full licensure.

A Note About Couple Therapy & Insurance Coverage


Many health insurance plans do not cover couple or marriage counseling because they require a clinical diagnosis and treatment plan. If one of the partners in the couple has a clinical diagnosis and treatment plan, sessions with the partner can often be covered as part of the treatment plan for that individual. Your therapist will discuss these requirements in your first intake session.

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