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We are a private pay practice. We are out of network with all insurers. However, please see our helpful tip sheet on making the most of your out-of-network benefits.

You will receive a superbill every month through your portal. We cannot guarantee that your insurance will accept those or work with Reimbursify. 

You can always work through your insurance company directly. 

We also work with Reimbursify, so that you can easily submit your claims for out-of-network health insurance reimbursement. If you are a current patient,you can use their file fast tool here. 

If insurance companies ask us to provide information, we may refuse those requests even if it interferes with your receiving reimbursement. We also cannot accept payments from them. 

You will receive a Good Faith Estimate at intake. 

Each therapist independently sets his/her/their own rate. Here are the current rates of our independent providers:

Kayleigh Hunnicutt, PhD

Intake Session: $225

Standard session: $195

Extended Sessions and Assessment (please call)

Sarah Lyle, PhD

Intake Session: $250

Standard Session: $225

Jan Newman, PhD, HSP-P

Intake Session (60-minutes): $325

Standard Individual Session (55-minutes): $285

Standard Joint Parenting Session for SPACE (55-minutes): $295

Extended Session for Exposure (75-minutes): $345

Assessments – Call for more information. (At this time, Dr. Newman has paused taking new neurodevelopmental or forensic assessment clients)

Expert witness services – Call for more information.

**Documentation and Consultations**

Advance notice is required for document requests and expedited requests cost extra. Letters and completion of forms and paperwork is charged by the half hour and prorated based on your therapist’s standard rate. These fees do not apply to any work done in connection with assessment, which are charged separately. The development of a behavioral plan has specific charges that are discussed on a case-by-case basis. Our therapists charge their prorated hourly rate in 30-minute increments for all time spent writing emails or making phone calls at client’s request.

**Legal Requests**

Our therapists require an upfront retainer for testifying, which is included in your client service agreement. Hourly rates for testimony prep, planning, and delivery related to hearings and court proceedings are set independently by therapists. Please review our client services agreement.

We don’t provide parent coordinator services or complete custody or parental fitness evaluations.

Please note that because we are a private pay practice, you will likely be paying more than you would if you selected a provider that is in network with your insurance plan.

In general, you will find that the cost of therapy varies between professionals based on a few different factors including: therapist training and experience, licensure status, type of degree (masters vs PsyD or PhD), certifications and specialized or advanced training, and more.

Read more about our providers under the TEAM tab.

Our current providers all hold doctoral degrees in clinical psychology (Ph.D.) which require between 5 – 9 years of training including a quantitative dissertation, predoctoral residence, postdoctoral fellowship, and typically over 6,000 hours of supervised experience.

Our providers have many years of clinical experience and advanced training in evidence-based treatment and assessment as well as experience as university faculty, clinical supervisors, and directors of clinical treatment.

To understand how much therapy might cost, you will receive a Good Faith Estimate before your appointment, or you may request one. At intake, you will be provided with a Good Faith Estimate that matches your provider’s rate.

You are required to review and sign this document before your intake.

We are a private pay practice and are not in-network with any insurance companies.

We have provided a step-by-step guide to help empower you to get the most out of your out-of-network coverage.

Please note that due to certain federal requirements, we can’t correspond with your insurer as an out-of-network provider. We hope that this guide can help you to do so.

Please note, however, that this is not legal advice. Please ask your lawyer, insurer or agent, or human resources representative if you have questions. Your insurer may have totally different steps to follow. This is only a recommendation if you don’t have other resources.

We require payment at the time of service, and we only accept payments electronically. We require a credit card to be on file before you can book an intake sessions and at all times after that while you’re a client of our practice. The system automatically charges appointments at set points each day.

If you need to add a new credit card, you can do so by logging into your Client Portal.


1. After you access the Client Portal, click Billing & Payments to see your billing page.

2. When you complete the credit card authorization form and enter your credit card information, your card is stored securely. Our office can’t see your full credit card information. Your card can only be charged for services rendered.

Please check out this client guide for more information on how to pay bills in the client portal.

We understand that this might be a change from other providers you’ve worked with before. Many practices do not use electronic health records or electronic payment systems.

Because we are exclusively online, it’s not practical for us to accept checks.

We have chosen to use a HIPAA-compliant electronic portal, which makes it easier for clients to book their appointments and pay online, which saves time in sessions. We want to focus on and prioritize our clients’ treatment and not insurance and reimbursement.

If you have questions about your invoice, please contact our Client Care Coordinator by email at

We will review your charges and discuss them with your provider as necessary. If a correction needs to be made, we will apply any overpayment to your next session or provide a refund, as you prefer.

Please refer to your Good Faith Estimate for more information.

You will receive a superbill through the portal every month. It should include certain information like our NPI number, your diagnosis code, etc. If any information is missing, we will correct it and reissue it

Otherwise, unless the superbill is factually incorrect, we do not change it based on insurance company requests.

However, we don’t speak with insurance companies or respond to their letters. We will advise you of any correspondence we receive though.

If you use a third-party system like Reimbursify or Mentaya, they will be your contact for all reimbursement issues, not us.