How much does therapy cost?
At Louisville Mindfulness Center we have many options to fit everyone’s budget and schedule. We all work from a mindfulness-based perspective and have similar training so you are in excellent hands with whichever provider you choose.
Megan’s initial sessions are $250 for a 50-minute session whether you’re coming individually or as a couple. Follow-up sessions are $200 for 50-minutes. Megan sees clients Tuesday – Friday and has daytime hours: 9:30am – 2:30pm.
Chris’s initial sessions are $180 for 75-minutes. His follow-up sessions are $120 for 50-minute sessions. Chris is available for daytime and early evening appointments.
Margaret’s initial sessions are $180 for 75-minutes. Her follow-up sessions are $120 for 50-minute sessions and $180 for 75-minute sessions. Margaret is available for daytime and evening appointments.
Kathryn’s initial sessions are $120 for 75-minutes. Her follow-up sessions are $80 for 50-minute sessions and she has availability on weekdays and Saturdays.
Job’s initial sessions are $180 for 75-minutes. His follow-up sessions are $120 for 50-minute sessions and $180 for 75-minute sessions. Job is available for Saturday appointments.
Rob’s initial sessions are $180 for 75-minutes. His follow-up sessions are $120 for 50-minute sessions. Rob is available for daytime, early evening, and Saturday appointments.
Bridgette’s initial sessions are $120 for 75-minutes. Her follow-up sessions are $80 for 50-minute sessions and she has availability on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Acceptable forms of payment are cash, credit card, Health Savings Accounts, and Flexible Spending Accounts.
Frequency of therapy depends on the intensity level of your current situation. Research shows that 8 -12 sessions seem to be a magic number for long-term overall improvement for people.
Many of our clients at Louisville Mindfulness Center are feeling a sustainable change take place after 6-10 sessions. Some clients need less and some need more, so it’s hard to determine what you will need. If possible, we encourage people to come for weekly sessions for the first few weeks to gain some momentum on the issues at hand. This works particularly well for clients who feel in crisis or are presenting more intense issues.
Chris, Margaret, and Kathryn do maintain some sliding-scale spots. If you are ready to make a change and are needing to use a sliding scale, please schedule a FREE 10-minute face-to-face or phone consultation through our online scheduling to discuss this option further with a provider.
Do you take insurance?
We are currently not accepting insurance.
If you have another insurance carrier (Humana, Aetna, Cigna, United, etc.), we encourage you to check with them about your out-of-network benefits. We have several clients who successfully use their out-of-network benefits. Please contact your insurance carrier for more information. Oftentimes, it involves you paying your provider first and then seeking reimbursement from the insurance company. When using insurance, the insurance company does require a diagnosis from the therapist for the client.
UPDATE: It has come to our attention that the app, Better Claims, makes filing out-of-network claims easy and quick. Essentially you upload the app, take a picture of your insurance card, take a picture of the superbill we provide for you, and Better Claims files the out-of-network claim for you. We invite you to check this option out!
Do you offer a sliding scale fee?
All of our providers at Louisville Mindfulness Center maintain a few sliding-scale spots lower than our full-fee rates. For Megan, all those spots are full. Our other six therapists are available for sliding scale clients.
If you are needing to use a sliding scale, please schedule a FREE 10-minute phone consultation through our online scheduling to discuss this option further with a provider.
Do you offer a free consultation?
YES! We offer a free 10-minute phone consultation to see if working together will be optimal for both parties.
While this is not a therapy session, it is a chance for you to tell your provider briefly about your current situation and ask any questions you have about your provider to feel more comfortable with beginning therapy.
Not sure if you’re ready for therapy yet? A free consultation can be a good start to determining your readiness for therapy. The best way to schedule your free consultation is online. Get started here!