Insurance and Payment:

Psychotherapy is an important investment in your health and wellness. Navigating insurance can be challenging that’s why we offer a complimentary phone call to discuss your needs, goals for therapy, your preferences, and your insurance coverage questions. We accept checks, debit and credit cards, including flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA).

Do you accept insurance? 

All of our therapists are in-network with:

  • All Aetna plans
  • Aetna Student Health (Columbia University, Pace University, Fordham University, Fashion Institute of Technology) 
  • United Healthcare Student Resources (New School Students Only)

What if I don’t have Aetna or not a New School Student? 

If you have a different insurance plan we can help you figure out if you have out-of-network coverage and help you file with your insurance company for reimbursement. We are out-of-network providers for most other insurance plans including and can provide you with all the documentation you need to seek reimbursement from your insurance company. Please call us with any questions about payment and fees. 

Here is a list of questions to ask your insurance about out-of-network coverage and benefits: 

Calling your insurance plan about out-of-network plan questions.

You can find out what your insurance plan covers by reaching out to your insurance provider by calling the number on the back of your insurance card. Here are some questions to ask:

  • Do I have out-of-network benefits for mental health/behavioral health services?

If Yes

  • Do I have a deductible for out-of-network mental health/behavioral health services? How much is it? What’s the remainder on my deductible?
  • What is the reimbursement rate for mental health/behavioral health services? (The usual rate of reimbursement is 50%-80% e.g. if the insurance says 80% it means they cover 80% and you are responsible for 20% of the cost after any deductible is met).

If your insurance plan does not have out-of-network coverage, then it won’t cover your visits.

You can also use your flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) to pay for visits as well.