Good Faith Estimate
In compliance with the No Surprises Act that went into effect January 1, 2022, we are required to provide our clients with a "Good Faith Estimate" to explain the cost of mental healthcare and notify you of your Federal rights and protections against “surprise billing.” Under the law, as a non-participating health care provider, we are obligated to provide clients an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy services. While measuring the precise cost of mental healthcare upfront can be difficult because it is a highly personalized experience based on many variables, we hope to use the cost of services based on average length of treatment and care to give clients a fair estimate. You will receive this information with your intake paperwork and should save a copy of it for your records. Additional information and/or questions about your right to a Good Faith Estimate can be found here.