Comprehensive Psychiatric Evaluation

  • Adult, 60-Minutes $600
  • Minor, 90-Minutes $900

Follow-Up Office Visits

  • 60-Minutes $550
  • 30-Minutes $325

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

  • Mapping and 30 sessions $10,000
  • Payment plans available

For TMS treatment that is covered by insurance, please contact Rise TMS.

Ketamine Treatments

  • Please give our office a call to find out more

Insurance & Payment Policy

In order to offer patients the highest quality psychiatric care and to provide full confidentiality of personal medical records, State of Mind Wellness Center is not contracted with any insurance carriers as an in-network provider. Patients are responsible for all payments at the time of service via credit card, cash, or check.

Please note, however, that State of Mind Wellness Center does accept insurance as an out-of-network provider and offers assistance to patients who would like to seek partial reimbursement for covered services and utilize their out-of-network mental health benefits. If patients have questions regarding their insurance plans or out-of-network benefits, our staff will gladly take the time to help verify and explain their mental health coverage according to their policies.

Our staff strives to obtain the most accurate insurance information. However, it is recommended that patients check with their insurance providers in order to receive the full details of their out-of-network mental health benefits.

As a courtesy, State of Mind Wellness Center staff will also bill out-of-network claims behalf of the patient. This helps ensure that patient claims get billed in a timely manner. It also provides insurance companies with all the necessary information for processing, so that our patients are able to receive the maximum benefit from out-of-network mental health benefits available to them. Partial reimbursement for covered services is conveniently paid to our patients directly from their insurance providers.

Our staff is happy to provide detailed superbills that can be submitted to a patient’s insurance carrier for review and processing if a patient prefers to bill on their own.