Payment, Insurance, and Cost of Services
Cash, checks, and Venmo
Payment is expected at the end of each in-person session; telehealth sessions will be invoiced at the end of each month and payment is expected no later than 10 business days. Kim retains the right to cancel or delay future services until prior balances are remitted in full.
Payment plans for evaluations can be negotiated at a pre-arranged rate and agreed upon before the initial evaluation occurs. Written evaluation reports will be released once payment is received in full.
Kim does not participate in any insurance plans; she will provide you with a receipt that you can submit to your insurance company to obtain reimbursement. Please call your insurance carrier directly to confirm your plan’s specific coverage parameters and to identify any documentation they will require to provide you with reimbursement; it is your responsibility to cover all fees incurred from treatment or documentation. Any additional time required to supply you with the necessary paperwork for appeals processes will be charged at Kim’s hourly rate.
Lengthy follow-up communication (email/phone/text) occurring between scheduled appointments will also be charged at Kim’s hourly rate; this type of correspondence is not billable to insurance as it is not considered direct patient care. Insurance companies also do not reimburse for ongoing case management (i.e., email/phone consultations with other providers/specialists, reports/summaries, onsite observations occurring in environments such as schools, etc.); these may be necessary from time to time to support your continuum/coordination of care. Any additional charges incurred for these services will be your responsibility.
Canceled and Missed Sessions
Kim requires at least 24 business hours notice to cancel