Payment is due at each session. Please give 48 hours notice if you must miss a session, to avoid paying for your missed appointment.
50-minute session for individuals: $155-$175. See individual clinician's pages for their fee.
50-minute session for couples or families: $155-$175. See individual clinician's pages for their fee.
80-minute session for couples or families: $230-$265. See individual clinician's pages for their fee.
*note: the first session (after the 20 minute intro) for couples is 2 hours long in order to do a "relationship inventory", a vital part of PACT therapy and is $300-$330. See individual clinician's pages for their fee. This will be discussed during your couples intro session.
We have a limited number of time slots allocated for clients with limited incomes or who are experiencing temporary financial hardship. Please contact us about the availability of these appointments.
Some clinicians at Protea Wellness accept insurance. Please see each individual clinician's page to see if they accept your insurance. Currently, most clinicians are in network withPremera, Lifewise, First Choice (Kaiser PPO), BCBS, Regence and Cigna plans. We are also able to take Kaiser HMO if you ask for a "single case agreement" to work with our group. This makes us essentially in network, as Kaiser regularly approves these, but it is not a given, so please reach out and our biller can help you.
Protea Wellness does not accept insurance for couples therapy.
If you’d like to use insurance to cover your sessions, and have an insurance not listed above, we would be considered an out-of-network provider. Our services may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or employee benefit plan, but we cannot guarantee coverage.
In these situations you will be responsible for the full payment at the time of session, and your insurance company may reimburse you for the fee. It is your responsibility to discuss this with your insurance provider.
Please check your coverage carefully by asking your insurance company the following questions:
Do I have mental health benefits?
Do I have out-of-network mental health benefits?
What is the rate at which out-of-network services are covered?