Typical presenting problems include:
- Behavioral Problems
- Life Transitions
Individual and group therapy is available for:
- Young adults
Current and Upcoming Groups
- "Young Widows and Widowers" those with loss due to trauma (accidental or sudden death)
- “Mindfulness for Anxiety” and “Mindfulness for Building Social Confidence”
- "Divorce Support" for Middle School and High School aged adolescents (two separate groups)
Dr. Kelly is considered an "out-of-network" provider by insurance companies. This means that Dr. Kelly does not accept insurance as payment for services. You will be reimbursed by your insurance plan for services, if your plan allows for "out of network" providers and you have met any necessary "deductible." A deductible refers to an amount, set by the insurance company, that the patient is responsible to pay before the insurance will start picking up costs.
- Payment is made at the time of service by credit card or check.
- Patients are provided with monthly statements, which contain all the information needed to submit claims for reimbursement of out-of-network benefits.
- Rates of reimbursement vary depending on your plan.
- It is advised that you determine with your insurance provider whether you have a deductible to meet, and what percentage or rate of reimbursement you will receive for individual or group therapy sessions with a clinical psychologist (PsyD) who is out of your network.
- Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, which are how medical professionals document and report medical intervention and evaluations, made be helpful to provide to the insurance company for specifics on reimbursement (CPT codes are 90834 for individual sessions, and 90853 for group therapy).
- Psychotherapy is an allowable expense for your Health Spending or Flexible Spending Account.