The first visit is a chance for us to get to know each other. It is also an opportunity for me to learn more about what you would like to work on and determine whether I am the right person to help you. It is also an opportunity for you to see whether I am the right psychologist/therapist for you. I will begin by getting to know you and learning more about what brings you to my office. I will be glad to answer any questions in regards to my work with clients and other professional activities. At the end of the session, we can decide whether we want to continue working together. An initial session is 60 minutes, while subsequent sessions are 45-53 minutes.
For National Institutes of Health (NIH) trainees (IRTA) and post-docs with Trustmark (Aetna) insurance, Dr. Roytburd is able to bill the insurance for you. Please contact us for further information.
Credit card is required for telehealth sessions.
Private Fees And Other Insurance Coverage
Please contact us for private pay fees. Cash, check, or credit card are accepted. Credit card is required for telehealth sessions.
You may have out-of-network benefits that would cover all or a percentage of our fees. If you’d like to find out whether your insurance company will reimburse you for the cost of services with us you should contact your insurance company by calling the number on the back of your insurance card.
Some of the questions you might ask include:
- Do I have out of network benefits to see a licensed psychologist?
- If so, what percentage of the session fee do you cover? (CPT code for the first session is 90791, CPT codes for the following sessions are 90834 or 90837)
- What is the deductible, and how much of the deductible have I met?
- How many sessions are covered, and in what time period?
- How do I submit a request for reimbursement?
- Is telehealth covered?
Any Other Questions
Please contact me for any additional questions you may have. I look forward to hearing from you!