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Lynn Bufka, an associate executive director at the American Psychological Association. Submitting a bill to an insurance company can involve jumping through an array of hoops, according to Ackerman, including justifying your services to an insurance representative, providing status report updates and getting on the phone with providers to track down late payments. This can be particularly complicated because not everyone who sees a therapist has a diagnosable mental illness. In other cases, the diagnosis may be controversial in the field. Not everyone agrees that accepting insurance is impossible.
But the Los Angeles psychologist, who is currently maxed out with her patient load, finds that accepting insurance helps keep her schedule full, and along with patient referrals, allows her to sustain a lucrative private practice.
Johnson also notes that allowing patients to bill their insurance opens up her client base to people of all income levels. To make it more feasible for psychologists to take insurance, the American Psychological Association would like to see therapy become a standard part of integrative health.
So instead of a fee-for-service model, payment would be based on treating a particular condition. In other words, patients would pay a lump sum rather than a payment every time a service is performed. This kind of yearly care could help patients address small problems before they grow into bigger ones. For example, a person could learn how to better manage their sleep, work with an anxious child or navigate a complication at work. For now, the insurance conundrum for therapists remains.
But even though she thinks her treatment is worth the price, she hopes to cut down her sessions soon.
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Below is a listing of types of mental health treatment professionals to help you understand the differences between the services they provide. The following mental health professionals can provide psychological assessments and therapy; however, cannot generally prescribe medications although some states will allow it :. The following mental health professionals can provide counseling and with proper training, assessments; however, cannot prescribe medication:.
The following mental health professionals can prescribe medication; however, they may not provide therapy:. Spend a few minutes talking with him or her on the phone, ask about their approach to working with patients, their philosophy, whether or not they have a specialty or concentration some psychologists for instance specialize in family counseling, or child counseling, while others specialize in divorce or coping with the loss of a loved one.
If you feel comfortable talking to the counselor or doctor, the next step is to make an appointment.
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On your first visit, the counselor or the doctor will want to get to know you and why you called him or her. The counselor will want to know-- what you think the problem is, about your life, what you do, where you live, with whom you live. It is also common to be asked about your family and friends. This information helps the professional to assess your situation and develop a plan for treatment.
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Feeling comfortable with the professional you choose is very important to the success of your treatment. Psychologists are trained to make diagnoses and provide individual and group therapy.
School Psychologists are trained to make diagnoses, provide individual and group therapy, and work with school staff to maximize efficiency in the schools setting. The following mental health professionals can provide counseling and with proper training, assessments; however, cannot prescribe medication: Clinical Social Worker — A counselor with a masters degree in social work from an accredited graduate program. Trained to make diagnoses, provide individual and group counseling, and provide case management and advocacy; usually found in the hospital setting.
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Licensed Professional Counselor — A counselor with a masters degree in psychology, counseling or a related field. Trained to diagnose and provide individual and group counseling.
Mental Health Counselor — A counselor with a masters degree and several years of supervised clinical work experience.