Pricing and Insurance

DBT of TOWSON is an out-of-network provider and does not accept insurance for group. Many of our clients are able to obtain out-of-network benefits and we gladly provide receipts for that purpose.

DBT of TOWSON
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Payment & Policies

DBT of TOWSON is an out-of-network provider and does not accept insurance for group. Many of our clients are able to obtain out-of-network benefits and we gladly provide receipts for that purpose.

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Payment Information

FEE SCHEDULE: 

DBT Intake (two 50-minute sessions): $300

DBT Skills Training Group (two hours): $140

DBT Group Materials (workbook and class materials): $35

DBT Skills Coaching  (50 minutes): $125

Deposit to reserve membership spot in group: $280

Billing / Payment​

Please refer to the sections below for common inquries about our billing & insurance policies. If you do not find the answer you are looking for, please feel free to fill out the contact form or give us a call.

Does DBT of TOWSON accept insurance? How does insurance coverage work for out-of-network services?

DBT of TOWSON does not accept insurance for group. At the end of each module, we will provide an invoice for participants seeking to be reimbursed through their out of network benefits.

We encourage everyone to contact their insurance provider to see if they have out-of-network benefits.

Some of our therapists accept Blue Cross Blue Shield or Hopkins EHP for intake assessment sessions. Please contact us for more detail.

Does DBT of TOWSON provide receipts for insurance reimbursement?

At the end of each module, we will provide an invoice for participants seeking to be reimbursed through their out of network benefits. We encourage everyone to contact their insurance provider to see if they have out-of-network benefits.

Are clients required to pay for missed groups due to illness, planned events, school or vacation?

Clients are required to pay for the entire module in which they are enrolled. As a convenience, we offer the ability to pay on a weekly basis. However, you are financial responsible for all missed classes, unless you are hospitalized.

What if I decide to quit group?

Clients are required to pay for the entire module in which they are enrolled. If you decide to quit a class mid-module you are financially responsible for the remainder of that module.

We Are Currently Offering the Following Groups

Our Services

DBT of TOWSON’s 25-week group program consists of three learning modules, which comprise the four aspects of DBT: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness. Believing that mindfulness, or the learned ability to pay attention to the present moment is the basis of the other DBT skills, each of the three modules starts with two weeks of mindfulness followed by seven to eight weeks of distress tolerance, emotion regulation or interpersonal effectiveness.

DBT Therapy is most effective when weekly skills-training group is combined with individual DBT therapy. DBT therapy is similar to Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and emphasizes collaboration between client and therapist to identify and address maladaptive thoughts and behaviors. As such, clients are asked to make a commitment to attend skills group, engage in weekly individual therapy with a DBT-trained clinician, and address agreed upon behavioral goals.

For clients enrolled in group whose outside therapist may not be trained in DBT, DBT of TOWSON provides skills coaching sessions on an as-needed basis to help clients better understand how to apply the DBT skills they are learning in group to their individual lives.

This section is dedicated to offering helpful resources for new & returning clients, as well as emergency crisis, family and loved ones, and healthcare professional information. Here, you will be able to download and print all necessary forms including: client contact sheet, consent for treatment, financial agreement, general release of information, using out of network benefits, diary card, emergency contact release, inclement weather policy, credit card authorization form, release of HIPAA, therapist release of information, and more. There are also links to additional resources to better understand how DBT can work for you or your loved ones.

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