Sessions are 50-60 minutes in length
Fee is for a 50-60 minute session. Late cancellations will be charged half the fee the first time, the full fee the second and subsequent times.
Parenting Classes are priced per session. At intake the client and instructor will review the educational goals and assess the number of sessions needed between 2-6.
These services include any counseling involving legal matters such as parent reunification counseling, parent coaching, blended family work.
Fee is for a 50-60 minute session. Interrupted sessions due to unrecoverable technical problems will be prorated by each 10 minutes of a 50 minute session ($40/10 min.)
A retainer is due prior to court related mediation services. This included divorce/parentage. This fee may be split by the participants of mediation.
Sessions are $200/hour. Mediation sessions are scheduled for 2 hours.
In most cases draft and final copies of Memorandum of Understanding are billed for 1 hour. All fees must be paid before a final copy is provided.
Fees are subject to an order of the Court
A retainer and a copy of the court order is required by each parent before services begin.
Fees are based on per hourly rate.
All phone calls will be billed by 10 minute increments.
Fees are assessed for each text message sent or received.
Anna offers a variety of training, in-service and presentation topics. Fees vary based on the topic, venue, and audience.
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All fees for services are self pay at Anna Tyrrell & Associates. Anna is a contract provider with a number of EAP's and can accept EAP payments. Currently, Anna does not accept insurance reimbursement. To access counseling services through your insurance with Anna, you might consider contacting your insurance about out of network reimbursement. Keep in mind whenever insurance is used for mental health services, a mental health diagnosis is required. This diagnosis is kept on file with your insurance company and may be included in the Medical Information Bureau (MIB). Currently, under the Affordable Care Act, pre-existing conditions can not prevent one from getting access to insurance. It is still important that you know what diagnosis is being used in any claim for reimbursement. While many insurance companies will not pay for marriage or family counseling, most often one person from the marriage or family will receive a diagnosis in order to bill the insurance company for services. Self-pay services do not require a diagnosis.