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Insurance/Private Pay

We are in the process of getting added to several insurance panels. We will keep this page updated, so please check back. Until then, please review our private pay fees. 

Initial Assessment: $150 (2-hour evaluation and assessment)

Individual Therapy:

$100/session with a fully Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

$50/session with a Licensed Professional Counselor - Associate (LPC-Associate)

$20/session with a graduate intern in mental health counseling or social work

Couples/Family Therapy: $80/session

Group Sessions: $10/session

Cash and credit cards accepted.

Sliding scale available to those who qualify. In addition, Sunny Glen Counseling Services will contribute to the community by devoting a portion of their professional activities for little or no financial return as per American Counseling Association (ACA) code of ethics.

*LPC-Associates and Interns are under the direct supervision of a board approved Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor. See FAQ for more information.

Private Pay

Explore the advantages of private pay for mental health services:


Streamlined documentation: Focus more on therapy and less on paperwork, as private pay requires less documentation.


Freedom from mandatory diagnoses: Keep mental health diagnoses separate from your private health records, as they are not obligatory.


Therapy Session

Insurance and life insurance impact: Your mental health diagnosis and treatment won’t affect insurance premiums or life insurance policies.


Opt-in mental health diagnosis: You or your child won’t receive a mental health diagnosis unless requested.


Expanded service options: Benefit from un-restricted services like online and



Continuity of care: Stay with your therapist even if your insurance plan coverage changes.


Discover the advantages of using mental health benefits through insurance:


Minimal out-of-pocket expenses:

Depending on your insurance policy, you may have a small co-pay or even pay nothing out of pocket.


Acceptance of insurance payments: 

Therapists can accept clients paying through insurance, ensuring wider access to mental health services.


Coverage for pre-existing conditions:

The Affordable Care Act prohibits insurance companies from denying coverage based on pre-existing mental health conditions.


Reduced upfront costs: 

Significant upfront payments are typically not required unless a deductible must be met.

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