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Child, Adolescent, and Adult Counseling

fees for services

We are committed to making counseling sessions affordable for you and your family. Session fees range in cost depending on the type of session you schedule.

Session Rates and Costs

          Intake Diagnosis Assessment: $100.00 - $130.00 (a one-time cost)
          Individual Therapy Session:  $100.00 - $130.00 per session

          Couples Therapy Session:  $125.00 per session/private pay only

          Group Therapy Session: $40 per group session       

          Tele-Therapy Session: $100.00 - $130.00 per session
          Late Cancellations (less than 24 hours notice):  $50.00

We accept cash, check, credit cards, some insurances, and HSA cards. Co-pays or payments are due at the time of service. We also accept payments online via PayPal, click here to pay online. Please note, Couples Therapy Sessions are private pay only; we are not able to accept insurances for couples at this time.

Our therapists here at Serenity-BHS see clients aged 6 and up. Please note -  we have a limited number of staff who are able to work with ages younger than 16, so there may be a wait to get scheduled. (We are not a crisis center. We do not provide IOP or PHP services. If your child is in need of immediate help, please reach out to Nationwide Children's Hospital, Buckeye Ranch, Directions for Youth, Concord Counseling, or NYAP: National Youth Advocate Program.)

We are classified as in-network with the following insurance providers: Anthem, Aetna, Medical Mutual, Cigna, Beacon Health, Humana, Ohio Health (Optima), Tricare, CareSource, and United Health Care (Optum). Please note, we are not accepting Molina, Beacon Health Options, or Ohio PPO at this time.

If you are using any of these insurance providers, please call them first and ask the following questions:
          1.      Do I have a deductible that must be met?

          2.      How much is my co-pay?

          3.      Is there a limit to the number of therapy sessions my insurance will cover?

Insurance providers can require that you meet a deductible before they cover any healthcare costs, they can also require a co-pay for services. Insurance providers can limit how many sessions they will cover in a given period of time. Make sure you understand what is covered by making a call first to your insurance provider.