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Can therapy help me?
You can expect Dr. Hauke to use evidence-based treatment that has been shown to be effective in helping clients facing difficulties much like your own. Based on your unique needs and goals, Dr. Hauke will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan.
How long will I be in therapy?
Dr. Hauke will provide you with the tools you need to start feeling better. Therapy is different for everyone however, so outcomes and progress may vary. Many clients see positive changes within the first six sessions; however, your progress will depend on the type of work Dr. Hauke recommends for you as well as your particular treatment goals and symptoms.
Does Dr. Hauke accept insurance?
Dr. Hauke is not a participating provider with any insurance panels. If you wish to seek possible reimbursement for out-of-network services, she can provide you with a “Superbill.” This is a receipt that contains information (including your diagnosis, dates of services, amounts paid, etc.) insurance companies typically need to process your request. Dr. Hauke does not work directly with any managed care or insurance company and does not submit claims for her clients. She can, however, coach you through the process if that’s what you decide to do. Not all insurance companies and plans reimburse for out-of-network services, however, so new clients are strongly encouraged to contact their insurance carrier to inquire about benefits and policies prior to their first appointment. If you have any questions about this process, Dr. Hauke is happy to clarify. Even if you choose not to file with your insurance, your work with her may be tax deductible as a medical expense.
How do I know how much my health insurance company may reimburse me for Dr. Hauke’s sessions?
Although each insurance company is different, most clients find the following steps to be helpful:
- Call your health insurance company prior to your first appointment.
a.) Inform the person with whom you speak that you are interested in seeing an “out-of-network” psychologist for therapy services.
b.) Ask how much you may be reimbursed for “CPT” codes 90791 (first appointment) and 90837 (all subsequent sessions).
c.) Ask about your annual deductible and if there is a maximum number of sessions for which they may reimburse per year.
- Request an E.O.B (Explanation of Benefits) for additional helpful information about “out-of-network” services.
Contact Dr. Hauke to learn more about how she can help you. Dr. Farrah Hauke, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist in Scottsdale, Arizona who works with adults and adolescents. She provides therapy for anxiety, depression, panic attacks, weight loss, emotional eating, BPD and DBT, and more.
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