Fees & Insurance
$175 / 50 min
$150 / 50 min
$150 / 50 min
Therapy made affordable
The following health insurance are accepted.
Our Insurance Partners.
We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) PPO, Aetna PPO, and Cigna insurance. Please Note, we are not in network with Medicare and Medicaid health plans.
As a fee-for-service practice, we have a strict policy regarding late cancellations and no-show appointments. For detailed information about our cancellation policy, please click here to learn more.
Panahi Counseling is committed to providing assistance for your insurance requirements. Your insurance coverage may potentially cover a portion or all of your counseling sessions. You have the option to reach out to your insurance provider directly to gain further insight into your behavioral health benefits. Alternatively, our dedicated insurance specialists are available to initiate contact with your insurance company on your behalf, ensuring a seamless process.
You ask, and we answer
The following questions are frequently asked of us, and we decided to present them here for you.
Payment for insurance co-pays or fees are the client’s responsibility and are due at the end of each session. We accept cash, check or credit card. We ask that each client have a credit card number on file to cover any fees that are denied or not paid by insurance.
As an alternative, clients may choose to have outstanding balances for co-pays and deductibles charged to a credit card.
The amount you must pay before your health insurance company starts to pay for care, for example, $1000 per individual. In most cases, a new deductible must be satisfied each calendar year.
A fixed dollar amount designated by your insurance that is your responsibility. The amount would depend on your benefit plan and would be the same each time.
The part of your bill, which may be additional to a co-payment. Co-insurance is a percentage of your total allowable, for example, 20%.
The agency has a contract with the insurance company and provides you with care and submits your claim directly to the insurance.
The agency is not contracted with the insurance company to provide you with treatment, but insurance may cover some of the cost. You are then responsible for the rest.
These are costs for therapy that your insurance does not pay.
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The following is a list of questions to ask your insurance company if you plan to contact them and verify your benefits.