Fees and Insurance Coverage

Please discuss availability, fees, and payment options as well as questions about insurance coverage in your initial phone conversation with the therapist. These matters will also be reviewed at the start of your first appointment. If the service you need is covered by insurance, we would be happy to help you clarify the coverage and bill the insurance company on your behalf. The Integral Psychology Center is able to bill most insurance plans.

If your health insurance plan has a provider network and you don’t find us in it, you may have an out-of-network benefit that would apply to us. If it does not seem your insurance will cover us, but you otherwise think we would be a good fit for you, call us anyway; we can discuss ways to make it work financially, or we may be able to recommend someone in your network.

Many people these days are preserving freedom of choice through “point of service” insurance plans, which allow you to see the therapist of your choice with a somewhat higher deductible than if you see someone on the insurance company's panel. If you currently have an HMO, you may wish to speak with your employer’s benefits specialist about this option.

For reasons of confidentiality, some people choose to self-pay for our services and not use health insurance. Some people are also eligible for Medical Savings Accounts that will allow them to deduct the cost of services from their taxes.

You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your mental health care will cost, review the No Surprises Notice for further details.

Insurance Plans

The psychotherapists at The Integral Psychology Center, Inc. accept a wide range of insurance plans. Each professional makes individual decisions about which insurances are accepted; there is no clinic-wide policy. Please see the list below for a sample of the health insurances that many therapists accept. The links to their websites may enable you to determine whether the therapist you are seeking is in your insurance network. However, please be advised that insurance websites are not always kept up-to-date. Additionally, note that the insurance websites do not list out-of-network providers.

Many of our therapists are considered out-of-network with some plans. This means that they still accept your insurance, but a slightly higher co-pay may apply. If you have further questions, please contact us or call our office manager, Mary Jean, at 608-255-9330 .

Insurance Companies

  • SHIP (Student Health Insurance Plan)
  • WPS
  • The Alliance
  • United Behavioral Health
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Aetna
  • Anthem
  • United Health Care
  • WEA
  • Tricare
  • Health EOS
  • Medicare