Pricing

What Therapy and Neurofeedback Costs

Initial Intake Session – $250.00

Individual Psychotherapy Sessions – $225.00

Neurotherapy Only – $150.00

Combined Neurotherapy and Psychotherapy – $225.00

         A package of 20 sessions pre-paid discounted 20% $2400.00

Quantatative Electro-encephalogram (QEEG) – $850.00

    Cash, check, or credit cards are accepted payment. Payment schedules can be arranged with Dr. Ryan. Payment is expected prior to or on the day services are rendered, including co-pays.

    Insurance coverage for neurotherapy is virtually unavailable. Therefore, payment is expected at the time of service and a bill will be provided that can be submitted by you for reimbursement, if your contract permits. It is really important for a prospective client to know that cash or credit buys confidentially whereas, managed care compromises it and will not reimburse for neurotherapy at all. We are not providers with any managed care insurance carrier. Some insurance plans allow for out-of-network benefits covering a 30 minute psychotherapy treatment which can help defray costs. So incorporating neurotherapy into your treatment is an investment in yourself for on-going good mental and brain health and results are generally permanent.

    Neurofeedback is best used as an adjunctive technique within individual psychotherapy sessions for the most robust results. Neurofeedback devices are FDA approved specifically for relaxation training. Other biofeedback services are available such as: heart-rate variability training, respiration training, and peak performance training. Optimal performance is the goal.

     While many have achieved benefit from our services, this may not work for everyone and it is important to know that we achieve approximately 85 to 90% success , but not 100%. As you well know, every brain is different. Oftentimes, a brain map can clarify where brain connections Many achieve the goals within 20 to 30 sessions, but those on medication may take longer. For more information, please read the section on how neurofeedback works and how rational-emotive behavioral therapy can help you feel better, get better, and stay better.