At the end of the day, wouldn’t you like to get help while also keeping your information as private as possible? In today’s society, it seems we are losing our privacy step by step. One benefit of private pay counseling is that your confidentiality is better protected. No one sees your diagnosis, treatment plan or even that you have a therapist except for you and the HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) informed/compliant people necessary to run the practice, which includes a licensed clinical supervisor (LMFT). No need to fill out insurance forms, ask if you are covered or being turned down, no claim forms to wait for reimbursement. Just fill out intake questions, sign consent to treat/informed consent/limits of confidentiality document and no harm policy. These are unavoidable legal/ethical requirements of the field. Payment is expected at time of service unless otherwise agreed. Ask Marie about prepaid multi session discounts or military discounts.
At Breton Wellness, you can pay with cash, money order or cashier’s check. Partial payment arrangements may be available. Now accepting full payments with credit and debit cards through Ivy, a secure card processor for therapists. This way, we never see your card information and you can feel confident that your information is protected. Ivy receipts available by text. Cash receipts by email. The choice is yours, as always.
Updates: Breton Wellness, LLC is now accepting Medicaid (for Independent Intervention Professional services only) for children who qualify for Behavioral Intervention Services under the Yes program as well as those who struggle due to developmental delays.
Marie is now able to bill Medicaid for psychotherapy/counseling services under Kuna Counseling Center, under the supervision of Jim Grigg, LCPC, LMFT. You can be seen in Kuna or Garden City. All services rendered through Kuna Counseling Center will follow KCC guidelines and policies.
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