Frequently Asked Questions

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Do you accept insurance? 

At this time, PICSL Therapy is a private pay organization. We do not bill insurance companies;  however, a medical receipt (Superbill) can be provided per your request for you to submit to your insurance for possible “out-of-network” reimbursement. We recommend reaching out to your health insurance provider to determine reimbursement eligibility.

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What forms of payment are accepted? 

We currently accept credit/debit cards, FSA, and HSA cards. Payment is required at the time of service or may be paid in advance. A credit card will be required to be kept on file regardless of payment method. Please contact us to request our rates for specific services.

What are the benefits of private pay therapy?
  • There is no waitlist.

  • No referral or prescription is needed.

  • The frequency of therapy sessions is not restricted

  • There are no eligibility requirements needed to qualify for therapy

  • Therapy sessions are tailored specifically to you and your loved one’s needs

  • Sessions can be provided in a location that works best for you, whether that be in your home, in the community (e.g park or library), or virtually. 

How do I know if my child needs speech and language therapy? 

The best way to determine if your child needs therapy is to speak with a professional. Let’s set up a time to talk it out during a free consult call to discuss your concerns.

Is an evaluation required prior to services beginning? 

All clients must be evaluated prior to receiving therapeutic services. The evaluation may last up to 60 minutes and consists of caregiver interviews, observations, as well as formal and/or informal assessment tools. The results of the evaluation will be shared with you and a report will be provided. We will accept recent evaluation reports that have occurred in the last 6 months related to your areas of concern.  

How long are therapy sessions?

We offer 30-minute and 60-minute sessions. 

Can you work with my child if they get speech therapy services at school? 

As long as your child is not currently receiving services from me directly at school, I am able to provide services to your child.