Thank you for choosing Wolff Child Psychology, a private practice owned by Dr. Brian Wolff, Ph.D. This document provides information about the fees you have agreed to for our services. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Brian Wolff at (303) 500-3407 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wolff Child Psychology accepts cash, check, or credit card payments. There will be a $25.00 charge for checks drawn on insufficient funds. We reserve the right to use a collection agency to collect fees that are more than 90 days past due, unless we have mutually agreed on an alternative payment plan. Any fees incurred by Wolff Child Psychology from a collection agency will be charged to your account.
Our standard billing rate for a 60-minute therapy session is $175 unless other arrangements have been made. Billing arrangements will be made directly with Dr. Brian Wolff. Please contact us at least 24 hours ahead of time if you need to cancel a therapy appointment. Without this notice, you will be charged in full for that appointment. Note that if you arrive late to your appointment, you will be charged your full session fee and the appointment will end at the previously agreed upon time.
Wolff Child Psychology bills for “collateral” clinical work outside of therapy sessions, including:
Face-to-face time spent with clients or parents outside of regularly scheduled therapy sessions.
Clinically-oriented phone calls with clients, parents, teachers, or other providers.
Writing e-mails to summarize treatment sessions for clients or parents.
Attendance at school meetings or other professional settings.
Completing documentation needed for other providers (e.g., applications for other services)
Charges for Services Related to Legal Matters
Therapy provided by Wolff Child Psychology is not intended for use in any legal matter. In the event that you become involved in a legal matter during or after the time you receive therapy or other clinical services from Wolff Child Psychology, you agree to pay $275 per hour for all time spent by a Wolff Child Psychology therapist on the legal matter, including but not limited to: responding to subpoenas issued by any party involved in the legal matter, preparation related to the legal matter, phone calls, time travel to and from hearings or depositions, time testifying, time spent waiting to be called for testimony, and any other time spent by Wolff Child Psychology related to the legal matter.
Note: Wolff Child Psychology does not accept insurance for payment, nor do we directly bill insurance companies. However, at your written request, we will provide you with a detailed invoice that you can submit to your insurance company. This invoice will have all relevant information about diagnosis(es) and billing code(s). Some insurance companies reimburse clients for services and some do not. Some conditions for which people seek psychological services do not qualify for reimbursement. If a qualifying diagnosis is appropriate in your case, we will inform you of the diagnosis we plan to render. Please be aware that any diagnosis you choose to share with your insurance company will become part of your insurance record. If you choose to request reimbursement from your insurance provider, please request they reimburse you directly and do not assign any insurance copayment to Wolff Child Psychology.