Fees & Insurance
We’re here to help you navigate the investment of therapy! We know making therapy affordable and accessible is both a goal and a challenge for us all right now. Working with and understanding insurance can be everything from helpful to confusing to time consuming. Our team of administrative specialists is for you and with you, working hard to find solutions and benefits on your behalf.
Common Counseling Costs
Insurance based fees:
- Initial assessment (90791): $210
- Individual sessions (90837): $200
- Family/couples sessions (90847): $200
We offer immediate discounts for those paying at the time of service. This includes clients who are not utilizing insurance and may be self-pay or private pay.
- Sessions with licensed clinicians discounted to: $165
- Sessions with Registered Associate discounted to: $150
We accept the contracted rate for the insurance companies listed below. Review the details below to see which therapists are paneled with each insurance.
- Pacific Source
- Trillium OHP
- Health Share (CareOregon) OHP
- Modern Health
- Kaiser Permanente
We verify benefits prior to a confirmed appointment as a courtesy. Please note, we do not bill out-of-network for other insurances but we can provide you with superbills to submit for your reimbursement.
Detailed Insurance Information
Below is a list of insurances and programs we work with to increase access to mental health services. We have listed our in-network and out-of-network providers for each panel. All in-network providers and approved authorizations with a particular insurance use a contracted rate, specific to that panel. These rates are still subject to your deductible and copay.
As a courtesy to you, we will conduct a preliminary verification of coverage with your insurance plan. This is not a guarantee of coverage by insurance and clients are ultimately responsible for the fees incurred through services rendered, including when insurance denies a claim. Insurance policies can change often, quickly, and even without notice. We encourage clients to take initiative to stay informed and current about their benefits by contacting their insurance company directly and informing us ahead of time of any upcoming changes.
We have no influence over your insurance coverage.
Clinicians that will be paneled as in-network providers with Kaiser Permanente at Second Growth Counseling include: Tony Grace, Anne Horgan, Hannah Green, Shelley Gillespie and Elizabeth Armstrong, Spencer Uemura and Kelly Grace. Clinicians expected to be paneled later in 2023: Yael Kievsky.
We also anticipate that our Associates will be able to accept Kaiser Permanente insurance in January of 2024. For now they are considered out of network: Shelby Clarke, Owen Wardrop. Andrea Benach, and Andrew Arehart.
PACIFICSOURCE HEALTH PLANS (Commercial, not OHP)
Clinicians that are currently paneled as in-network providers with PacificSource at Second Growth Counseling include: Tony Grace, Anne Horgan, Hannah Green, Shelley Gillespie, Elizabeth Armstrong and Kelly Grace. Clinicians expected to be paneled later in 2023: Yael Kievsky and Spencer Uemura.
Clinicians that are currently paneled as in-network providers with Aetna at Second Growth Counseling include: Tony Grace, Anne Horgan, Hannah Green, Shelley Gillespie, Elizabeth Armstrong, Spencer Uemura and Kelly Grace. Clinicians expected to be paneled later in 2023: Yael Kievsky.
Clinicians that are currently paneled as in-network providers with Trillium OHP at Second Growth Counseling include: Tony Grace, Anne Horgan, Hannah Green, Kelly Grace, Yael Kievsky, Spencer Uemura, Shelley Gillespie, Elizabeth Armstrong.
We are awaiting word from Trillium about the status of Associates based on changes they have made to their insurance policies and coverage. This includes: Shelby Clarke, Owen Wardrop, Andrea Benach, and Andrew Arehart.
Clinicians that are currently paneled as in-network providers with MODA at Second Growth Counseling include: Tony Grace, Anne Horgan, Hannah Green, Kelly Grace, Shelley Gillespie and Elizabeth Armstrong. Clinicians expected to be paneled later in 2023: Yael Kievsky and Spencer Uemura.
MODA does not panel Registered Associate clinicians. Therefore, the following clinicians at Second Growth Counseling are considered out-of-network: Shelby Clarke, Owen Wardrop, Andrea Benach, and Andrew Arehart.
OHP HEALTH SHARE: CAREOREGON
We partner with Oregon Health Plans that contract CareOregon for their behavioral/mental health needs. This typically takes just a couple days to setup and receive confirmation.
This applies to all of our clinicians including: Tony Grace, Anne Horgan, Hannah Green, Kelly Grace, Yael Kievsky, Spencer Uemura, Shelley Gillespie, Shelby Clarke, Owen Wardrop and Elizabeth Armstrong. Andrea Benach, and Andrew Arehart.
MODERN HEALTH: EAP
An Employer-sponsored platform where an employee can receive a set number of sessions (usually 6-8 therapy appointments) that are fully paid for by their employer. Employees may choose to continue with sessions through informed consent to cover additional sessions under their own financial responsibility.
- Letter writing/form completion: done within clinical session(s) must be scheduled (only available to well-established clients)
- Case collaboration with care team providers: $50 per 15-min (connecting with prescribers, other providers, schools, case managers, etc.)
- Consultation: $50 per 15-min (advocacy, research, parental support, educational/informational, etc.)
- Legal involvement: $250 per hour with $1,000 deposit. (includes any activity associated with legal involvement including research, legal consultation, transportation, parking, waiting, testimony, etc.) Ethically, legal involvement also terminates the counseling relationship as it changes the role of the therapist and therapeutic relationship.
Know your rights under the “No Surprises Act.”
Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, also known as the “No Surprises Act,” aims to increase price transparency and reduce the likelihood that clients receive a “surprise” medical bill by requiring that providers inform clients of an expected charge for a service before the service is provided. This is now referred to as a “Good Faith Estimate” which gives uninsured and self-pay clients an estimated projection of costs for services when scheduling care or when the client requests an estimate. This was specifically designed and helpful for receiving care through emergency services and facilities. For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate or the dispute process, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call Health and Human Services: 1-800-985-3059.