Insurance and Rates


WPS accepts the following in network insurances: Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Virginia, Cigna, United Healthcare, Tricare East, VA Community Care Network Region 1.

  • We DO NOT accept any Medicare or Medicaid
  • WPS is in network with Tricare East. Active-duty service members require a referral from their primary care provider (PCP) for services. Retirees and spouses can self-refer for therapy.
  • WPS is an in-network provider with VA Community Care Network – Region 1. When the VA is unable to meet the services need in the VA facilities, you can ask your medical team to be referred to the community care network. You must get a referral from your VA health care team before you make an appointment for care with a community care provider.

Private Pay: 

  • Psychotherapy and Counseling, Support and Resources, and Alpha Stim: 60-minute session $175
  • Intensive Therapy: 2 to 4 hour sessions at $175 per hour
  • Clinical Supervision: 60-minute session $120
  • Complete letters / extra medical documentation per hour $175

Opt Out of Insurance is possible.

Out of Network

Many insurance plans have an out-of-network benefit and will reimburse you for a portion of the expense even if the provider does not take your insurance.

You can request to receive a superbill, which is a detailed receipt of services to submit to insurance for reimbursement. 

 You can verify if you will be reimbursed for Out of Network services and how much by calling the number on the back of your insurance card and ask the following questions:

  •  How much will I be reimbursed for Out of Network services for CPT codes 90791(initial session) and 90837 (follow up sessions) for an out of network provider? 
  • If they ask for an NPI number: 1083983704.
  • Ask “Do I have a deductible, if so, how much for mental health?

No Surprise Act: You will be provided with a good faith estimate in advance of scheduled services, or upon request if you are uninsured or self-pay individual. We will inquire if you have health insurance, and you are seeking to have their claims for the service submitted to the individual’s plan or coverage. If the patient has no coverage or doesn’t intend to submit a claim to the plan or coverage, the provider will provide a good faith estimate of the expected charges, expected service, and diagnostic codes of scheduled services. The good faith estimates expected charges for the services that are reasonably expected to be provided in conjunction with the service, including services that may be provided by other providers and facilities. For more information regarding the good faith estimates go to: