Payment Options

We accept the following insurances:

 Non Insurance Options
Therapy can often cost $150 or more per hour, which can get quite expensive.  We’re not saying that good, high-quality therapy isn’t worth that (we actually think its priceless!).  We believe it makes more sense to offer our services at a price that we feel works for ALL of our potential clients. At Mindly, we put you in control of your treatment, and this includes deciding how frequent and for how long we will work together.  After a comprehensive assessment has been completed and before treatment begins, we will clearly explain our professional treatment recommendations, including frequency and duration of treatment, so that you can make an informed decision.
While we don’t offer a sliding scale, we do have a plan where you can purchase MINDLY MINUTES (sort of like purchasing minutes for a prepaid cellular phone).  Minutes are then deducted from your balance for each scheduled therapy appointment.   When you run out of minutes, all you have to do is purchase more minutes.
If you choose the pay-as-you-go payment option, please note that you will not be permitted to schedule future appointments until payment is received for the prior appointment.

“The Fine Print”

We try to keep it simple, but there are a few rules:
  • Intake session fee is $150- The intake is an in-depth assessment of current functioning and can take up to 2 hours to complete.
  • Minutes are non-refundable.
  • Payment is to be made prior to all appointments.   All Mindly Minute packages must be made at the time of appointment and cannot be applied in arrears.
  • Using minutes for multiple clients.  If you have more than one person receiving services you  can pay for all of your non insurance services using the same payment plan.  You buy the minutes, you get to decide how to use them.
Does Mindly offer a sliding-scale payment option?
We do not.  We believe in charging the same amount for our services no matter the person.  Charging different rates can negatively impact the relationship dynamic as it invites the possibility that the client may be viewed as dollar sign rather than an actual person.  We want to be sure that we are making service decisions based on the mental health needs of our clients.  Don’t get us wrong, we expect to make a fair profit from the services we provide.  We just refuse to compromise our ethics along the way.