What to Expect

Frontline Therapy believes that there is hope for healing, change, and progress for each individual. Therapy is a commitment to yourself. Each client has unique needs, at Frontline Therapy we tailor our services to each client, fitting them with a therapist that will best fit their needs. Here is a look at our steps of service & cost of services:

✓ We offer a free 15-minute phone consultation. This will give us the opportunity to learn a little bit about you and determine which service(s) will be the best fit for your needs. If it is determined during this phone call that we cannot best fit your needs, we will provide you with a referral. 

✓ At times, our appointment book may be full. If that is the case, we will be glad to add you to our waiting list, if the desired provider is full or the service is to be held in the future (i.e., group counseling). 

First Appointment

Your first appointment is considered an intake appointment, where we get to know you, assess your needs and symptoms, and ask A LOT of questions. Your second appointment is where the therapy treatment begins. 

Financial Investment

Frontline Therapy is a private practice that accepts some insurance plans and self-pay clients. Not every counselor on staff accepts insurance. Current insurance plans that are accepted are: 

Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna and Tricare (Certified provider, considered Out of Network)

Self -pay rates for Associate Licensed Counselors are $105/50-60 minute session, with couples sessions costing $110 a session. Self-pay rates for LMFT counselors are $160/50-60 minute session, with couples sessions costing $175 a session.

Our private pay providers do offer a sliding scale option based on income. Inquiry through [email protected] for more information. 

Please note: we do not file claims with United, Aetna and other insurance companies not listed, but we will provide you with the forms to self-file for reimbursement. Reimbursement will depend on your insurance benefits. We cannot know if you will receive any reimbursement or estimate how much reimbursement you might receive.

New clients have a right to a good faith estimate, and existing clients may request a good faith estimate at any time. Click the button to learn more about your rights under the No Surprises Act.

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