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We get it

Therapy is an investment of your time.

We understand this investment and strive to be as transparent as possible about our fees.


Good Company Therapy Group is currently in-network with BlueCross BlueShield products (CareFirst, Anthem, FEP...) with the exception of the BCBS Medicaid plans.

For all other insurance plans, we are considered out-of-network providers. Many clients have out-of-network benefits that will reimburse for a percentage of our sessions. We encourage you to call your insurance and ask “What are my out-of-network mental health benefits?”. We will provide all out-of-network clients with a receipt that can be submitted to your insurance for reimbursement*. 

As of January 1, 2024, we offer courtesy out of network billing for CIGNA. We will bill CIGNA directly for sessions and you will be billed only for the balance remaining. Please feel free to reach out with questions about this new offering.

We are not currently a Medicare or Medicaid provider.

*Unfortunately, due to TRICARE’s policies, if you submit for reimbursement we are then bound by their contract, which we are not open to at this time. If you have TRICARE and are interested in our services, please reach out to us to discuss further.

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Pricing List

Below is a list of our most common fees. If the service you're looking for is not shown or you have follow up questions, please reach out to us.

Initial Diagnostic Evaluation

CPT Code 90791

Individual Session

CPT Code 90834/90837

Family Therapy

CPT Code 90846/90847

No Show / Late Cancellation

Full Fee

*This fee is not reimbursable by insurance*

Court-Related Costs


*This fee is not reimbursable by insurance*

Understand Your Rights

You have the right to be informed about the cost of services prior to entering into treatment. For more information about protection from surprise medical bills, check out the No Surprises Act Disclosure Notice.

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