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Fees For Service

At Reveal and Restore Counseling , we understand that choosing to begin the therapeutic journey is a significant investment in your personal growth and mental wellness. We value your commitment to yourself and are just as committed to providing you with the highest level of care, support, and guidance along your journey. Our unique approach provides compassion, expertise, life experience, holistic influences to help you achieve your goals.  

Understanding Our Fees

We value transparency when it comes to fees for our services. Our therapists' fees vary based on their training, specialties, and expertise. To learn more about each therapist's fees, background, specialties, and insurance coverage, please visit their individual bio pages. We want you to make an informed decision that is aligned with your needs and financial preferences.            

Insurance Coverage

Accessibility is very important to us here at Reveal and Restore Counseling, and we want to make sure we make the process as smooth as possible. Many of our therapists are in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield( BCBS), United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, and Baylor Scott & White.  In an effort to keep you as informed as we can, we verify your benefits coverage prior to your first appointment, so that you know ahead of time the amount of your investment to self-care. Please note, that not all therapist in our practice accepts insurance, therefore it's important to make that distinction when choosing your therapist.

Out of Pocket Rate & Reimbursement

For those who choose to work with a therapist who does not accept insurance, we want to emphasize that your well-being remains a priority of our practice.  If you are scheduled with a therapist  who is out-of-network, you will be responsible for the out-of-pocket rate for your session.  The good news is that many clients have received partial or full reimbursement for their therapy sessions through their insurance out-of-network benefits. 

Please note that you should always contact your insurance provider directly to confirm your coverage.

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