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Fees & Referrals


Our fee structure will be covered upon consultation with a member of our assessment team.

Cancellation Policy

If an assessment is cancelled greater than 30 days before the appointment date the deposit is refunded and no extra charges are levied. If the assessment is cancelled 30 or fewer days prior to the first scheduled day, the deposit will not be refunded. However, we will be happy to re-schedule the assessment within the subsequent 3-month period.


Insurance, including Medicare, is not accepted or filed.

We have been unsuccessful for more than a decade in arranging a CPT code acceptable to insurers because of the number of professionals involved and the complexity and variability of the psychological tests administered.

Regrettably, our evaluees and we have discovered that there is no likelihood of insurance reimbursement, even after expending extraordinary time and effort in pursuit of same. Thus, this is our policy:

  • We are unable to complete insurance forms.
  • We are unable to provide itemized statements.
  • We are unable to communicate in any form or fashion with representatives of insurance companies.
  • We are unable to work with patients, family members, and/or others in hopes of obtaining reimbursement from insurance companies.
  • We are not Medicare providers.


We welcome referrals from:

  • Licensing boards
  • National Religious Organizations
  • Medical Schools & Residency Training Programs
  • Churches & Synagogues
  • Physicians’ Health Organizations
  • Colleagues
  • Hospitals
  • Professional Ethics Committees
  • Athletic Organizations

We also encourage clinicians to refer their patients when they feel like they would like a second opinion and help with complicated diagnostic and/or treatment problems. We will collaborate with referring clinicians about their patient and the next step in their treatment when they return to the referring clinician after the assessment. We also welcome self-referrals and referrals from loved ones who are worried about someone close to them.

Some of the major diagnostic groups we see include:

  • Mood disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Cognitive problems like dementia
  • Sexual disorders
  • Adjustment disorders
  • Problems connected with trauma
  • Adult attention deficit disorder
  • Substance abuse
  • Developmental crises involving young people who struggle with independence