∙ Insurance & EAP:

∙ We DO NOT bill insurances directly. Your insurance may have out-of-network benefits, which may reimburse you for certain providers such as dentists, therapists, or other specialists.

∙ Insurance reimbursement service is available for most insurances (clients pay at time of visit, we give client a receipt or submit the receipt to insurance, insurance sends client a reimbursement check).

You don’t have to do the insurance reimbursement paperwork and submission, we will do it for you!

(Link: Why we stopped participating in most insurance panels)

∙ EAPs accepted: QuestMazzitti & Sullivan

 

∙ Services & Rates as of June 1, 2019

Individual Therapy:

Intake/first session (~60 minutes):                  $135
Individual therapy sessions (~50 minutes):  $115 /(∙ Open Path members since 6/19 $60)

Couples/family therapy sessions (~60 minutes): $135

Group therapy: (~90 minutes):                      varies per type of group /(∙ $60-$100/Per participant, or by arrangement with organizations)

Forms filled (as clinically appropriate)         $13/page (1 or 2 sides)

Payment: check, cash, debit/credit, HSA, PayPal accepted.

∙ Assistance:

∙ Allied professions discount available for healthcare & human services workers (nurses, social workers, etc.). Please contact us for application.

∙ Academic faculty & staff discount available for college & university workers (professors, staff members, instructors, etc.). Please contact us for application.

∙ SDOL discount available for faculty & staff of School District of Lancaster. Please contact us for application.

∙ Sliding scale: a limited number of Open Path member sessions will be available for uninsured / underinsured / limited means (approximately $20,000/year or under) clients, including students. Please apply at Open Path Affordable Counseling website.

∙ A limited number of hardship scholarships will be available depending on funding. Please ask about availability/application.

 

Insurance and Reimbursement Information: Why Don’t You Take Insurance?