Many people have questions regarding the various therapy services ICFT provides. For brief answers to the questions we hear the most, click on any of the questions listed below:
Margaret “Charlie” Knerr - $300 per 50- minute session
Mike Knerr – $300 per 50- minute session
Melanie McClellan - $250 per 50- minute session
Erin Schaeffer - $250 per 50- minute session
Court Consultation - $600 per hour, $4,800 per day
Please note, these rates are for individual and couple therapy.
Rates for intensive therapy and clinical presentations with a high degree of clinical complexity will be quoted on a case-by-case basis.
ICFT collects payment via our Electronic Medical Record System, Simple Practice. Clients enter in their credit card information via an encrypted form and that information is stored in their client profile to use for payment. Clients can use credit cards, HAS and FSA cards, and cash/check (in person clients only).
ICFT is an "Out of Network" Provider for all insurance plans. Many people think that if a practice is not "in-network" with their insurance, they are not able to seek services at that practice. However, this is not the case and you may still be able to apply some of your insurance benefits to the cost of therapy. Being “out of network” means that ICFT has chosen to conduct therapy without signing any contracts with health insurance companies. At ICFT, clients pay for their services in full at each session.
Click here to learn about the advantages to choosing an "out of network" provider.
Click here if you have read all of the other sections and you are still concerned about the cost of treatment at ICFT for you or your loved one.
Marriage and Family Therapists are trained in psychotherapy and family systems, and are licensed to diagnose and treat mental, emotional, and relational disorders. They service a wide range of serious clinical problems including: depression, marital/couple problems, anxiety, individual psychological issues, and child/adolescent/young adult struggles.
In a recent study, consumers report that marriage and family therapists are the mental health professionals they would most likely recommend to friends. Over 98 percent of clients of marriage and family therapists report therapy services as good or excellent. Clients report marked improvement in work productivity, co-worker relationships, family relationships, partner relationships, emotional health, overall health, social life, and community involvement. Marriage and family therapy's prominence in the mental health field has increased due to our family-centered approach and its demonstrated effectiveness.
Independently Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists are licensed by the State of Ohio and recognized as a "core" mental health profession, along with psychiatry, psychology, social work, and psychiatric nursing.
If you find yourself thinking things like, "I just don't know what else to do." "I feel like we've tried everything else." Or if people around you have suggested therapy, then it's probably time to make a call.
Just because one partner is skeptical about therapy or refuses to attend does not mean that therapy is a waste of time. Starting with one partner can also bring about change to the relationship.
Teletherapy is a convenient, easy to use way to access mental health care without having to travel to a therapy office. With our system, you will receive a link to your appointment two days before your appointment as well as the same day. You simply click on this link and it will open your video session. You will see a video screen much like other video applications, a big window with your therapists video and then a smaller box with a picture of your video.
After you call and leave a message, text, or email us, a member of our Admin Staff will get back to you to tell you more about our services, answer any questions you may have, and help you get scheduled.
Counseling in-person at the office takes place in a quiet, comfortable, and confidential setting. Our waiting room has comfortable chairs and couches, music and plenty of current reading material for all ages. The therapy offices are designed like a small living room. You will find that each of our therapists is relaxed, friendly, and their primary objective is to help you reach your goals. Teletherapy sessions allow you to participate from your own home or other private location.
Appointments are typically 50 minutes in length, but longer sessions can be scheduled as needed. In most cases, at the start of treatment, a few appointments can be scheduled close together so that we can fully assess what is happening and develop a meaningful treatment plan with you in a timely manner.
Appointments are available from 8am to 8pm Monday - Thursday. 8am-5pm Friday. Saturday and Sunday appointments are typically held for emergencies or intensive therapy.
For in-person sessions, our office is located at 6135 Memorial Dr. Suite 104 Dublin OH 43017
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost.
Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
- You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees.
- You can ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an item or service.
- If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill.
- For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, please call or email our office manager or visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.