So I called 2 places this morning. Neither of them take insurance. I'm afraid I am realizing this is typical, Is that correct? Is it worth calling around to see if there is a place that does take my insurance? Also, $600 for an initial hour long consult sound par for the course?
The clinic I go to charges more than that, but the initial consult is 2-3 hours long and then the price drops - the shorter follow ups are less than $600.
Unfortunately most don’t take insurance
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