Individual Therapy

Please contact us directly for our current rates for individual therapy. We are unable to accept any insurance for individual therapy; however, we can provide billing statements that can be submitted to insurance for possible reimbursement.

 

DBT Skills Training Group Therapy

We are proud to accept the following insurances for our DBT Skills Training groups:

  •  Aetna* 

  • United Healthcare

  • Magellan

  • MHN*

*Please note that the Young Adult DBT Skills Training group is unable to accept Aetna or MHN

If we are out-of-network with your insurance company and you would like to pursue the option of a “single case agreement” i.e. an arrangement that allows you to see us at the in-network rate, please contact your insurance company for more information as well as refer to this helpful guide created by Emotions Matter, Inc.

For group members paying out of pocket for any DBT Skills Training group, the rate is $100 per group session. If you are paying out-of-pocket, we can provide a billing statement that can be submitted to insurance for possible reimbursement. All group members are expected to pay the full fee for any missed group sessions, regardless of reason.

Intake Assessment

The intake assessment for the Skills Training program is a separate service from the program. The cost of the intake assessment is $200 for a 50 minute individual session with one our SFDBT-affiliated therapists and therefore, we are unable to accept insurance for this service. There is a 24-hour cancellation policy for this appointment. Any appointment cancelled without at least 24-hour notice (including “no shows”) will be charged the full fee, regardless of reason.Emotions Matter, Inc. is a non-profit organization created by a network of families and individuals affected by borderline personality disorder (BPD) who have united around their mission to improve social connection, awareness and health care systems for those with BPD. This is includes providing a helpful guide in how to utilize “single case agreements” with managed health care agencies to access treatment for BPD.