I am an out-of-network provider, but you still may be able to use insurance benefits to help cover the costs of your session.
How to Use Out-of Network
Some insurance plans offer out-of-network benefits, which means you initially pay for your therapy services and then submit a form to get reimbursed a percentage of the fee.
Submit a superbill
A "superbill" is the paperwork you submit to your insurance to get reimbursed for services. I'll share one with you on a regular basis for you to send to your insurance. More info below.
The time it takes to get reimbursed depends on your plan. You can ask your insurance if they can provide an estimated turnaround time on superbills, if you'd like to know in advance.
Use the tool below to quickly verify your potential out-of-network benefits.
By submitting the form below, you consent to having your estimate forwarded to the email provided.
Your verification results do not guarantee reimbursement. Think of it as an estimate, but sometimes extra steps are required. It's always advisable to double-check with your insurance directly to understand deductibles, if services will be reimbursed, and the percentage covered.
What Exactly is a "Superbill"?
A superbill is an itemized receipt of services provided by an out-of-network clinician that you send to your insurance provider for reimbursement, if that's something they offer. Depending on your provider, you may be able to submit these online or by mail/fax.
It's recommended you check with your insurance prior to starting services to understand:
If your insurance provides out-of-network reimbursement at all;
What portion your insurance company will reimburse;
Any limitations on the number of sessions you're allowed; and
How quickly you will receive that reimbursement after submitting your superbill.