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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does counseling cost?
Our standard fees for a 50 minute counseling session are $180 - $200 for a therapist with a Master's or Doctoral degree.
Does Cornerstone accept insurance?
Counseling sessions are often covered by insurance. Cornerstone is in-network for Blue Cross Blue Shield and AETNA PPO policies.
Most other insurance providers offer some out-of-network benefits, though the coverage is usually less than it would be for an in-network provider. For any HMO policy, a client would need to obtain a referral from their Primary Care Physician, and CCCOC is happy to assist with that process.
Please note that at this time, Cornerstone does not accept any type of public aid, including Medicare or Medicaid.
What if I don’t have insurance that covers mental health care?
If a client does not have insurance and or demonstrates financial need, he or she may be eligible for our CAPS program. If interested in learning more about our CAPS program, please contact our main office and request for more information. Our CAPS program is based on a sliding fee scale and an application must be completed to be considered for the program.
How do I schedule an appointment with a therapist?
The best way to set up an appointment is to call our main number at 312-573-8860. One of our administrative staff will take some basic information from you, including information about your insurance policy. When you call in, please be ready to provide the following information:
- Insurance information printed on your insurance card
- The best time for seeing your therapist on a weekly basis
- A brief description of the reason you are seeking counseling
Or complete the online form:
How quickly can I see a therapist?
Because we match every client with a therapist who will be the best fit for them, our intake process can take up to 3 business days. However, we do our best to accomodate requests to begin therapy as soon as possible.
Where can I learn more about your services?
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