Thomas E. Thorsheim, Ph.D.
- Incorporated -
1326 Haywood Road, Suite 102
Greenville, South Carolina
Good Faith Billing Esimate
In accordance with the No Surprises Act of 2022, as a mental health care provider, I am required to provide you a good-faith estimate of what fees you can reasonably anticipate as a patient. The below estimates assume you are fully self-pay and not receiving out-of-network insurance reimbursement.
I provide a range of clinical services, including the following:
||Diagnostic Intake Evaluation, 60 minutes ($275)
||Psychotherapy, 45 minutes ($220)
||Psychotherapy, 60 minutes ($250)
||Family or couples’ psychotherapy, without patient present, 60 minutes ($250)
||Family or couples’ psychotherapy, with patient present, 60 minutes ($250)
||Group psychotherapy, 90 minutes ($80)
If services are being offered remotely, the “-95” designation is added after a given procedure (CPT) code.
When needed, I also provide psychological testing. If testing is indicated, I fully explain the purpose of the assessment and provide a firm quote of the fee in advance of any work. Test fees vary depending on the amount of assessment required.
The frequency of therapeutic services provided typically ranges from 12-50 sessions/year.
- For 45-minute individual psychotherapy, this is equivalent to a total of $2,640 to $11,000 per year.
- For family or couples’ psychotherapy, this is equivalent to a total of $3,000 to $12,500
- Group psychotherapy is a weekly commitment, this is equivalent to a total of $4,000 per year.
Please note the following:
I may recommend additional items or services as part of treatment that are not reflected in the estimate. These services would need to be scheduled separately. You always have a right to understand why services are recommended and always deserve a clear and complete explanation for any variance above and beyond the above estimates.
The total length of treatment varies tremendously from one patient to another. For some patients, there are discrete, concrete treatment goals involving symptom reduction and well-defined objectives. For other patients, psychotherapy is a long journey of ongoing self-discovery, learning, and growth. You always have a right to change or revise your own treatment objectives. It is very important that you get what you most want out of the therapy process and that you understand where treatment is going.