Free Phone Consultation

15-20 minutes

FREE

Call for a free phone consultation (443-825-4842

  • Learn more about Towson Therapy Group 

  • Ask questions about the therapy process 

  • See if one of our therapists is a good fit for you

Intake Appointment

50 minutes 

$160-180

During intake your therapist learns more about what brings you in for therapy, how your background shapes who you are today, and your goals for therapy. You'll learn more about the therapy process and make a plan to work towards your goals.  

Individual Sessions 

50 minutes

$140-155

You'll meet with your individual therapist to work collaboratively on reaching your goals. 

 

Couples Therapy

50 minutes 

$140-$180

You'll meet with your therapist together to help foster open communication and work towards collective goals. 

*Please note, in most cases insurance companies do not cover couples therapy. Some exceptions may apply; call for more details. 

Insurance Information

Care First

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Out of Network

In network with CareFirst and Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Out of network for all other insurance companies 

If your plan includes out of network mental health benefits you may receive some reimbursement for ​the cost of services (typically 50-75%) 

Towson Therapy Group can provide detailed receipts if you choose to submit for reimbursement or we can submit the reimbursement claim on your behalf

See below for questions to ask your insurance company 

Questions to Ask Insurance

Call your insurance for more detailed plan information

Do I have out-of-network mental health benefits?

What amount will I be reimbursed for the following services?

     CPT Code 90791 (initial intake) at a fee of $180

     CPT Code 90837 (individual therapy session) at a fee of $155

Do I need to meet a deductible each year before I can begin to receive reimbursement for sessions?

What is my session limit?

Is preauthorization required and if so, what documentation is necessary?

Does my provider need to fill out a specific form?

No Surprises Act and Good Faith Estimate

In compliance with the No Surprises Act, we are required to notify all healthcare consumers of their Federal rights and protections against surprise billing. This includes notification when services are provided by a nonparticipating provider and providing options to see an in-network provider, as well as providing a Good Faith Estimate for the cost of services for the duration of treatment. Please see the two notices linked below for more detailed information: 

No Surprises Act Disclosure and Good Faith Estimate Disclosure