Phone: (208) 522-3404 Fax: (208) 524-1093

Free 15-minute, phone or in-office consultations
to get acquainted with the therapist.

Payment Policies

We are preferred providers with several private insurance companies including Blue Cross of Idaho, Regence Blue Shield, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, PacificSource, Select Health, and others. It is the responsibility of the client to check with his/her particular insurance carrier to determine if counseling, psychological, and/or neuropsychological services are covered.

Care should also be taken to determine if pre-authorization is required, prior to seeking and receiving services. Any charges for services rendered (that are denied by an insurance company) are the responsibility of the client.

Please note that we are not Medicaid providers and we are not taking new Medicare patients at this time.

 

Payment Options

We value you as a patient. Payment options include cash, check, debit or credit card. We are mindful of individual circumstances and will consider payment plans. Please inquire if needed.

 

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled appointment. Late cancellations (less than 24 hour notice) and “No-Shows” will be assessed a $50 fee to be paid prior to scheduling the next appointment. Two late cancellations or “no-shows” will result in the client no longer being eligible for services at PCIF.

 

Fee and Payment Policy

The standard fee for counseling is $175 for a 55-60 minute session. The standard fee for a 40-45 minute session is $125. Payment for co-pays, deductibles, etc. is the client’s responsibility and will be due in full at the time of service. Submission to private insurance companies may be done upon request.

The standard fee for Psychological Testing is $175/hour and $195/hour for Neuropsychological Testing. The Clinical Interview is billed at $250. Submission to private insurance companies for reimbursement may be done, upon request. All co-pays are due at the time of service. Any portion of the bill that goes unpaid by the insurance carrier will be billed to the patient. It is the responsibility of the patient/guardian to inquire about and obtain pre-authorization (when required by his/her policy) and to be informed about any other specific insurance coverage/conditions that may or may not apply.