Payment is required upon check in for your appointment. We accept cash, check and all major credit cards as forms of payment.
If we are not able to take your insurance, we can provide a SUPERBILL for you to submit for reimbursement using your out-of-network benefits. At this time we are not accepting new patients with Medicaid or Medicare plans – that may change in future.
Responsibility for payment for BPC’s services is ultimately that of the patient.
Insurance - Please check if we accept your insurance. To the right is a listing of insurances we currently accept and those we have submitted for contracting.
We can phone your health insurance provider to verify your benefits and be aware that statement by the insurance company of coverage are not a guarantee of payment.
We attempt to collect information regarding a patient’s insurance benefits, it is important that you check with your insurance company to verify your responsibility for payment including deductibles and/or copays.
$215 for Intake Session
$125 for 53-60 minutes
$80 for 45 minutes
$60 for 30 minutes (Established clients only if clinically indicated)
$40 for Group session or your co-pay
$25 per 15 minutes for client requested paperwork
$1500 daily for court appearances
Cancelation & Late Policy – If you are unable to attend a session, please make sure you cancel at least 24 hours beforehand. Otherwise, you will be charged for the late appointment cancellation. If an appointment is not canceled and no one shows for appointment it is considered a "No-show" appointment. No-show appointments are charged the full fee for the scheduled appointment.
We accept the following insurance providers:
Premera (April 2021)
Seeking contracted services with the follow insurance providers:
The HIPAA Privacy Rule establishes national standards to protect individuals' medical records and other personal health information and applies to health plans, health care clearinghouses, and those health care providers that conduct certain health care transactions electronically. The Rule requires appropriate safeguards to protect the privacy of personal health information, and sets limits and conditions on the uses and disclosures that may be made of such information without patient authorization.
HIPAA’s primary purpose is to protect the privacy of people receiving health care services. But during the course of mental health treatment, there may come a point where the therapist providing care believes it necessary to share certain information with a client’s partner, parent, or doctor, or with law enforcement. HIPAA establishes standards for sharing this kind of information with other people involved in someone’s care.
HIPAA requirements help protect not only people in therapy, but also the therapists providing treatment. The protections offered by HIPAA not only protect confidentiality of people receiving health care, they can also lead to improved treatment by allowing health care professionals and family members to collaborate.
Under HIPAA, therapists may share pertinent information (information directly related to treatment) with people involved in a person’s care if the person in treatment:
Therapists are allowed to discuss information that’s relevant to a person’s care with other members of their health care team.
An important aspect of HIPAA in the mental health field is that it allows therapists to decide when sharing information about their client is in that person’s best interest—such as to reduce suicide risk or prevent them from harming someone else. If someone in therapy has expressed thoughts of suicide, for example, and has a plan and the means to carry it out, a therapist may contact and notify anyone with a reasonable ability to reduce the risk of harm. This could be a partner, parent, doctor, emergency services, or all of the above. Part of HIPAA training for therapists can involve learning what situations might require this type of “best-interest” action. A therapist acting on the belief their client is in danger or putting someone else in danger will typically not be penalized.
When you use email or texting to communicate with BPC staff your information may not be secure. Electronic communications and related portable data communication and storage devices are prone to technical failures, are not 100% guaranteed to protect privacy. Please do not utilize electronic communications to contact BP