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Using Insurance -- if you have health insurance, the amount paid by the insurance company applies to your fee. If Thalia is in-network for a specific insurance and has contracted to accept their rate of pay, you may be credited with less than the full $100 fee per session toward your deductible. You will pay your co-pay, as established by the insurance company, plus any deductible if required by them. If you should lose your insurance at some point, you will owe the sliding scale amount for each session.
Thalia is on the provider board for the following insurances, although others may pay her on an out-of-network basis. It is ALWAYS best to call your insurance company before starting treatment to find out what your coverage will be.
Aetna Blue Cross Blue Shield Cigna Multi Plan/PHCS APS United
Magellan Blue Care Network Medicare PPOM/Cofinity Priority Health
Health Plan of Michigan McLaren Health
Medicaid (Magellan, McLaren, Meridian)
Mutiple Employee Assistance Programs
Legal Reports -- if reports, including oral or written testimony, deposition, appearance in response to subpoena even if not called to testify , are required for your case, you will be charged for preparation, travel and report time at the rate of $150/hour with a minimum charge of a half hour or portion thereof at a rate of $75. The sliding fee scale does not apply. Most insurance does not cover these charges.
Fees and Insurance
The fee for one session of 45 to 50 minutes is $100, with the initial assessment session costing $125. The fee is the same for individual, couple or family sessions.
Sliding Scale -- if you do not have insurance and depending on your income and household size, (including all sources, such as wages, child support, unemployment compensation, welfare grant or other source of income for all adults living in the home), your out-of-pocket, adjusted fee may be less than $100 a session. A sliding fee scale is used to make therapy more affordable for you. You will never pay more than your adjusted fee for your session.