Now conducting sessions at our new Spark Arlington location!


As of January 1, 2022, you have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost under the No Surprises Act.
Under the law, healthcare providers need to give patients an estimate of the bill for medical items and services. Below you will find our session rates and estimates of cost to best assist you.

Good Faith Estimate

Each session will last 50 minutes or 75 minutes for some couples or EMDR sessions (or upon request). You are expected to pay for each visit at the time the service is rendered. Payment may be by check, cash, or debit/ credit. Fees are as follows:

  • 50 minute session: $175
  • 75 minute session: $250
  • Emergency sessions: $250/hour

Fees may be renegotiated according to a sliding scale based upon client income with proof of income. The sliding scale is as follows for 50 minute sessions:

  • Below 60K per household annual income: $125
  • Between 61K & 100K per household annual income: $150
  • 101K and above per household annual income: $175

Your appointment time is reserved exclusively for you. Appointments canceled or rescheduled with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged at the regular session rate.

About Insurance

Greater House Counseling therapists and staff are considered out-of-network providers and do not accept insurance. When requested, clients will be provided with a detailed invoice statement, inclusive of necessary codes, for possible reimbursement from their health insurance company. Several health insurance companies reimburse for mental health services. Clients should check with their insurance provider for out-of-network benefits.

Here are some helpful questions to ask the insurance company regarding your out-of-network benefits:

  • Do I have out-of-network benefits for mental health services?
  • Do I have an out-of-network deductible?
  • Are any of the following CPT codes covered: 90791, 90671, 90834, 90837, 90832?
  • Will I be reimbursed partially or entirely for the amount I pay out-of-pocket to the practitioner?
  • How many visits are covered in a calendar year?