Will insurance cover any of your services?
It may, it depends on your coverage. I am an out-of-network provider, so I don’t participate with insurance carriers. However, at the end of each session I will give you an invoice with the information you need to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement. I suggest calling your provider prior to the session to find out what your benefits cover.
Some helpful questions to ask are:
Does my plan include out of network benefits for mental health treatment?
Is there a deductible I have to pay before I can get reimbursed?
What percentage of the fee will I be responsible for?
Is there a maximum number of sessions that are covered under my plan?
Can I bring my baby to the sessions?
Absolutely! Babies are always welcome in the sessions.
Will my partner be involved in the treatment?
Yes, I encourage partners to be involved in treatment. My work with expecting and new mothers is holistic and your partner plays a very important role in the big picture. At times, partners get anxious and depressed following the arrival of a baby, so it’s important for them to get treatment as well.
What can I do about my anxiety right now?
There are many things you can do to start to help yourself! Below you will find some resources that I often recommend to clients.
Overcoming Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts by Sally M. Winston, PsyD & Martin N. Seif, PhD
Stopping the Noise in Your Head: The New Way to Overcome Anxiety and Worry by Reid Wilson, PhD