Rates and Fees

Insurance Accepted:

  • BlueCross and BlueShield
  • Medcost
  • United Healthcare
  • Cigna
  • Friday Health Plans (Beginning November 2022)

Self-pay. Overall, self-pay can be a boon for the client! It means having more say so over your health and privacy. For example, insurance companies has to approve providers, dictate what services they are willing to pay for, and require mental health diagnosis to pay for services. Moreover, your insurance company has access to your history and may decide for you which services should be limited or denied. Many times, for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists such as myself, we are limited in the services we provide by insurance companies due to our nature of treating relational units (i.e., families/couples) which may not appear as medically necessary to your insurance company.

The following are self-pay rates.

Intake & Assessment
Versions Include:
**Any version can include Biblical References**
Approximately 30-minutes
*Self-paced for completion and utilized as supplemental materials during the course of treatment*
Individual/Family/Couple Routine Follow-up45-minutes$90.00
Individual Follow-up (Brief Strategic Session)30-minutes$75.00
Parent Coaching Session45-minutes$90.00
Individual/Family/Couple Extended Therapy Follow-up

*Please note that payments are due at the time of service. Forms of accepted payment include all major credit cards. Credit card payments can be made in the secure client portal.

Cancellation Policy

Be sure to give at least 24-hours notice prior to cancelling. Otherwise, you may be subject to fee up to the full rate of the session.


If letters are requested, please be sure to provide at least 72-hours notice of what is needed. Some form letters are accepted while others may be outside Built for Mental WELLNESS scope of practice. Approved letters with a brief narrative and/or synopsis of treatment will be provided for a $25 fee. Approved form letters with a checklist format will be a $10 fee.

“There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself. It is the best investment you can make; you can never go wrong with it. It is the true way to improve yourself to be the best version of you and lets you be able to best serve those around you.”

-Roy T. Bennett

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