We offer individual and family psychotherapy.
Please see the descriptions on this site to determine which therapist might be the best fit and reach out.
What about COVID-19?
We will follow recommended precautions by the Minnesota Department of Health and the CDC.
One of the obvious benefits of working together outside is that we can safely meet in person! Of course, if either the therapist or clients have symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID then we will reschedule or switch to Telehealth until we can meet safely together again.
We are all fully vaccinated with boosters and will continue to get boosters as they become available.
INSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED:
* Note that Annie Bunio is not able to accept Medica/Optum/UBH/UHC/UMR at this time.
For other insurances, upon request, we can provide you with a detailed receipt (superbill) to submit for out-of-network benefits.
Out-of-pocket costs for clients using insurance often include copays/coinsurance for each visit. These amounts will vary depending on your particular policy. Some clients may also need to pay a deductible before their insurance will cover any amount. If you plan to use insurance, you should verify those details before starting therapy.
Credit card, check or cash accepted. Auto pay can be set up through the electronic health record portal for copays, payments towards your deductible or for private pay. Payment due the week of the service unless other arrangements are made.
Initial session(s)/Diagnostic Assessment: (60 min): $200
Therapy session (60 min): $160
(the fee is the same for Outside or Telehealth sessions.)
Self-Pay Discount and Economic Hardship.
We are committed to serving our community and making this therapy accessible, while balancing economic sustainability for ourselves and our families. A therapy discount may be available for clients who have high deductibles for mental health, those without insurance, or those who prefer to access therapy without using insurance (which eliminates the requirement for a diagnosis and affords maximum privacy). Please ask for more information if this applies to you.
Good Faith Estimate.
According to the “The No Surprises Act" (2022), patients who do not have insurance or who are not using insurance have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” for the expected cost of treatment. Your therapist will collaborate with you to determine how many sessions you may need, based on your diagnosis and treatment goals. For more information, please speak with your therapist or visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.
Some people feel the rain; others just get wet.
~ Bob Marley