Your Questions Answered
For your convenience, we’ve put together a list of some common questions and answers. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Drop us a line and our support team will be happy to find the answer for you.
You don't accept my insurance, can I still get care with you?
Self-pay costs are $325 for an initial visit and $200 for followup. There are options for sliding scale. I accept patients in Utah and Oregon (insurance information). My goal is to work with most commercial insurance companies, but there's a long process called "insurance credentialing" that can take months for approval. If I am not in your network, I provide a superbill and invoice that you can submit for reimbursement from your insurance company.There is an option for self-pay as well as utilizing HSA funds. For Asian American patients, please apply to the Lotus Therapy fund, where I can provide you with 8 free sessions. For those with disabilities, I am also a vendor with Vocational Rehabilitation and can support you with your mental health.
How much will my co-payment be?
All insurance companies and their tiers vary.
We will review your insurance and let you know before the initial visit. We will review your deductible, co-payment, coinsurance, and decide if this is a good fit before our first visit. As a prescriber, the cost of care with me will be higher, so if you have a high deductible, we should discuss seeking care with more affordable options.
What is in your New Patient Intake?
We want to understand your goals, medical and personal history to assess if we can provided the services you need. When you schedule for your consultation, you will be asked to fill out a Client Application Form. It gives our provider a well-rounded understanding of your goals and readiness for change. She will then schedule an appointment to speak with you if you're a good fit for what we can offer. We will verify your insurance, then send you a comprehensive mental health intake form as well as policies and consent forms in a secure patient portal. These are reviewed before your initial visit and will help guide care.
Do you offer ketamine treatment?
We offer an FDA approved version of ketamine called SPRAVATO (esketamine) for those suffering with treatment resistant depression.
Please read more here about what you can expect and how we work with you to support you to recovery beyond the standards of care.