You may be eligible to claim for your counselling, psychotherapy or CBT sessions under your Private Medical Insurance, depending on your individual policy and level of cover.
My hourly rate for insurance companies varies, depending on the company and requirements.
If additional reports are required, these may be charged separately or the hourly rate may vary, depending on requirements. However most companies do not require additional reports.
I am a registered provider for Bupa, Aviva, Cigna, PruHealth, WPA (Western Provident) and WPA Protocol.
Not all insurance companies keep a register of providers, so if your company is not listed above they may still fund treatment if you provide them with my details.
- Please check with your insurance provider in the first instance to find out if you are covered and to what level or for how many sessions.
- They will advise you on the process from there.
- If treatment is authorised they will give you an authorisation reference number.
- Check with your company whether an excess is payable, as you will need to pay this at your first session.
- Before your first session I will need to have the authorisation reference number and your policy number in order to liaise with the insurer and confirm the details.
- With most insurance companies, I will then be able to liaise with them directly regarding payment up to the maximum authorised.