Frequently Asked Questions...

How do I schedule an appointment?
Scheduling an appointment is easy. Click on the "Contact Us" button for instructions. You can make your appointment over the phone quite easily. Just make sure to have your insurance information available at the time of the call.

Do you accept my insurance policy?
Understanding insurance coverage can be difficult and we will assist you in this process by contacting your insurance agency directly to make sure that visits will be covered. We are able to accept most major insurance policies including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Midland's Choice, Mutual of Omaha, United Health Care, Cigna, Aetna, TriCare, and Nebraska Medicaid. We also accept several EAP referrals. Please contact your EAP provider to determine if your provider is contracted with them. If we are not able to accept your insurance policy we offer a sliding fee scale so that your child can still receive services. Please note that most insurance policies cover a percentage of the cost of the visit and require a co-payment. We collect the co-payments at the time of your visit in the form of cash or check.

I am not currently covered by insurance. What are your fees?
The cost of each evaluation and session varies by therapist. Evaluations range from $150 to $200.  Generally, intake sessions are $225, return sessions are $200, and diagnostic assessments vary depending on the type of testing administered. Reduced fees may be offered in circumstances when the child is not covered. Please contact our offices to discuss payment options. We will be happy to work out a plan for your family.

What does an "Affiliate Clinic" of Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) mean?
Dr. Benshoof is a supervising psychologist for the Department of Pediatric Psychology at MMI. This relationship allows us access to current research and experts in the field of Pediatric Psychology. Being an affiliate clinic also means that we train students who are completing their graduate work in counseling through MMI. Your family will ALWAYS have the opportunity to decide whether or not a student may participate in your sessions.