"We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves." -Francois de la Rochefoucauld
Currently, we accept the following insurances:
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield- except for BCBS Community, which we do NOT take
- All Medicaid/Centennial Plans
- New Mexico Health Connections (and with this plan, you have no co-pay!)
- New Mexico Prime
- If you don't see your insurance listed above (i.e.: United, Cigna, etc) you may have Out of Network Benefits which will cover therapy, in part. Call us, and we'll explain what this means.
- Please note at this time we do NOT take United Health Insurance
Wondering what your co-pay is? On the back of your card, you will see either an amount or a percentage under "specialist." Whatever that amount states, is what your co-pay will be. Please note that Presbyterian insurance does NOT have this information on the card. Please call the customer service number on the back of the card and ask what your co-pay is for "outpatient mental health services." Please also check to see if your deductible has been met; if not, you will be asked to pay the full amount until the deductible.
No insurance?……we also accept private pay. Hourly sessions are $100, and while we accept credit card for both co-pays and private pay, cash or check is always preferred to avoid the transaction fee.
Please note, Anney Snyder schedules clients Monday-Thursday 9:00 am-3:00 pm and Ashley McKenna schedules clients 3:30-6:30 weeknights and Saturday mornings. Please call either therapist to schedule the time of day that best fits your schedule.
Sessions are the standard 50 minute clinical hour. We may go slightly under or slightly over, depending on the natural pause in discussion. But normally, the "50 minute hour" is our standard.
***We are located on the second level of a building with limited handicapped access. Please note this before making an appointment, and let us know of any accommodations that need to be made. Also, because we are private practitioners, for legal purposes, we are unable to accept clients who are suicidal or who recently attempted suicide.***