The therapeutic hour for child and play therapy sessions, both individual and group sessions, typically equates to 45 minutes whereas adult sessions, teen sessions, and family sessions are typically held for 50 minutes. Rates vary based on session format and counselor. Individual and family sessions with a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) are billed at a rate of $150 per session hour. Individual and family sessions with a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate (LPC-Associate) are billed at a rate of $120 per session hour. Group sessions are billed at $85 per session hour for all counselors.
Multiple counselors at EmpathyWell are in-network with the following insurance providers:
- Oxford Health Plans
- UHC Student Resources
- AllSavers UHC
- Harvard Pilgrim
- United Healthcare Shared Services
- Health Plans Inc.
If your counselor is in-network with your insurance provider, you will likely only pay a copay or co-insurance, provided your deductible has been met.
If your counselor is not in-network with your insurance provider, we are happy to discuss with you the potential and appropriateness for utilizing your out-of-network benefits.
Child-Parent Relationship Therapy
These parenting services are held weekly for a total of 10 sessions. Each session is $100/couple or $60/individual. There is a 10% discount if you wish to pay for the entire 10-week session ($900/couple or $540/individual) by date of first session. Additionally, there is a one-time registration fee of $30 to cover the cost of materials you will receive throughout the course.
The process of psychoeducational assessments consists of four separate sessions: an intake session, a clinical interview, child testing, and a feedback session. The initial intake session is billed at a rate of $150.
The additional sessions including the clinical interview, the child testing, and the feedback session are billed at a total rate of $1,500. Additionally, this fee includes time spent on the evaluation outside of our direct contact prior to providing you with the final report including a review of records, consultation with other professionals or providers in your child’s life, determination of testing battery, scoring and interpretation of results, and completion of a comprehensive, final report with testing results, diagnostic impressions, and recommendations.