Therapy: Individual, Group, Couples, Family, Crisis, EMDR, Dual Diagnosis.
Substance Use Assessments/Rule 25.
Supervision: Individual, Face to Face Electronic Supervision, Phone Supervision.
Payment & Insurance
Accepting the Following Forms of Payment/Insurance:
Clients interested in self-pay are welcome.
MN Medical Assistance ("Straight MA")
Blue Cross Blue Shield
including BluePlus and BlueAdvantage
Medicare (only select counselors)
Metropolitan Health Plan & Hennepin Health
Out of Network (Direct Billing Provided)
*HealthPartners Employee or Individual Plans
Medica Employee or Individual Plans
*application pending for in-network
**Special Note: TriCare (for Active and Retired military members and their families). Please talk to your practitioner directly if you have Tricare insurance. We can discuss payment options or referrals.
Not Accepted/Cannot Bill
If you have a Minnesota Health Care Plan (MHCP), we CANNOT bill Medica or HealthPartners.
Standard Diagnostic Assessment (50-60 minutes) 90791 $200
Indiv/Cpls/Family Psychotherapy (18-37 minutes) 90832 $95
Indiv/Cpls/Family Psychotherapy (38-52 minutes) 90834 $135
Indiv/Cpls/Family Psychotherapy (53-60 minutes) 90837 $175
Group Psychotherapy (60-90 minutes) 90853 $65
Psychotherapy for Crisis (38-74 minutes) 90839 $175
Psychotherapy for Crisis, Added Time (15-30 min) 90840 $100
Telephone Consultation (per 15 minutes) self-pay only $50
Substance Abuse Assessment, Expanded H0001 $300
(includes 70 min with client, 20 min collateral contacts, basic clinical report)
MN DHS Rule 25 Report Document for an H0001 self-pay $150
Interactive Complexity (added charge) 90785 $35
(e.g. interacting with family members, social workers, probation officers;
hearing-impaired; translator present; other factors complicating communication)
Court Testimony (per 30 minutes) self-pay only $200
This fee is rounded up to the next 30-minute period, and it includes the provider's time portal-to-portal.
LHC Consulting, PC, strongly discourages its providers from testifying in court.
Providers will comply with a legally-binding court order, and in such an instance, the client will be responsible for fees as outlined above.