CURRENT RATES for coaching and mental health services include $150 for an hour coaching session, $175 for an hour psychiatric evaluation, $90 for a 30-minute medication monitoring session, and $125 for a 45-minute psychotherapy session. Please note that this is not a full fee list and fees are subject to change.
INSURANCE DETAILS (for behavioral health services)
Embodied Heart Mind is currently in-network and accepting the following insurances:
*Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (excluding Horizon NJ Health and NJ Family Care)
*Medicare of New Jersey
*Princeton University’s Student Health Plan
If you have one of the above insurance plans, we will need to check on the following:
*Is your insurance based in New Jersey? Insurance coverage can vary from state to state and Embodied Heart Mind has contracted for the above New Jersey based plans. We would need to check to see if I am covered with your insurance if it is an out of state plan.
*Does your plan cover mental health services?
*Are telehealth visits which the practice is currently offering covered by your insurance?
*Is there a deductible — a certain amount of money which you need to pay before your insurance begins paying for your services? Some deductibles reset annually so this is something we will check in about yearly.
*What is your co-payment or co-insurance payment that will be due at each session?
*Does your insurance limit the amount of sessions you can have for this type of service?
I can check on this information for you after we have met for our consultation call or you can also call the insurance to check on this information.
If you have an alternate insurance, then I am considered an out of network provider and do not accept your insurance presently. For those that have out of network benefits meaning that your insurance will reimburse you a percentage for the services, I can provide you with a superbill which you can submit to the insurance company. For those without out of network benefits, options such as sliding scale arrangements for those in need or meeting less frequently (ie. meeting every two weeks rather than weekly) can help support folks in this situation.