Our Therapy & Counseling Fee Structure
At Lifeologie Counseling, we have a fee level for everyone.
Our multi-specialty clinical team consists of clinicians with fees based on their licensure and experience. Since we are also a training institute, we can offer a wide range of fees while still offering optimal client care. And because of our collaborative clinical and training environment, you get lots of heads for the price of one.
Fee levels are determined by experience level and will vary slightly from one location to the next. Our intake staff can help you find the right clinician at a price that works for you!
What do all the letters mean?
Senior clinicians: These are fully licensed clinicians who have 10+ years of counseling experience. Look for LPC – Licensed Professional Counselor; LMFT – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; LCDC – Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor; or LCSW – Licensed clinical social worker
Supervisors: These are fully licensed clinicians with 5+ years of experience who are approved by the state to supervise licensure level interns. Look for LPC-S or LMFT-S
Fully licensed clinicians: these are clinicians who are fully licensed by the state in which they practice. LPC, LMFT, LCDC, LCSW
Licensure-level Associates (LPC Associate, LMFT Associate, LCDC Associate) : These clinicians are completing supervised clinical hours to meet state licensing requirements. These requirements vary from state to state — typically at least 3000 hours of post-graduate supervised clinical work is required for licensure. They are supervised by state-approved clinical supervisors.
Master’s level interns: These clinicians are finishing supervised clinical work to complete requirements for a masters degree in counseling. They are supervised by experienced licensed clinicians who meet CACRP supervisor requirements.
How we can help you with insurance claims
We are out of network providers.
We are happy to provide clients with a superbill, which contains all the information necessary to file a claim with insurance companies. Many insurance companies will offer some reimbursement for out-of-network providers.