Individual Therapy Session: $150/50 minute session

Couples Therapy Session: $175/50 minute session

Dungeons and Dragons Support Group: $90 per 2 hour weekly session or pay a discounted rate of $345 per month

Before the first appointment, you will be asked to upload your credit/debit card information. You are required to keep an active card on file for the duration of your services. Your payment is to be paid in full by credit/debit card. Card will be charged at the beginning of each session or month depending on service. Any exception to this policy will be determined on a case-by-case basis and arrangements should be made in advance.

In-Network Insurance

Utilization of health insurance only applies for individual therapy.

Couples therapy therapy with me is to treat the relationship as a whole. This type of therapy does not meet the criteria for medical necessity and therefore is not eligible to be covered by insurance. You must cover the cost ($175/50-55 minute session). Insurance requires one individual to meet the criteria for a DSM diagnosis and the content of the sessions to be in regards to treatment of the specified diagnosis.

Dungeons and Dragons groups are skills groups, not group therapy, and insurance will not be utilized. Group members are required to cover the fee associated with participation in group.

For individual therapy, I am In-Network with:

  • Optum/United Healthcare
  • Aetna

Due to restrictions and regulations, I do not see clients who have Medicare/Medicaid, even if you wish to self pay. Please seek another provider.

I do not work with any Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)

Call your insurance company and ask the following questions so that you fully understand your In-Network benefits:

  • Do I have coverage for psychotherapy?
  • Is my preferred therapist (Mandy Bowlin, NPI# 1407446958) in-network?
  • What is my co-pay?
  • Do I have a deductible I need to meet?
  • Do I need authorization to receive these services; how many sessions authorized?
  • If wanting telehealth sessions: Are there any restrictions/differences in coverage on the use of telehealth for sessions?