Health Insurance & Program Fees

Posted on April 10 2009

Initial Consultations
Cost for 90 minute consultation utilizing diagnostic interview, comprehensive history review, Cambridge Brain Sciences Health evaluation (cognitive testing completed remotely on your own computer), and one channel EEG is $195.  Initial consultation provided by a Fully or Master’s Level Clinical Psychologist.  Payment due at time of service. Courtesy bill is provided utilizing a 90791 diagnostic code that you can submit to your insurance plan for reimbursement.  Ready To Focus does not bill insurance plans directly for services.  Flex plans and health savings accounts accepted.  Mastercard, Visa, and American Express accepted.


Home Based Neurofeedback Training
Our home based neurofeedback program is typically not covered by insurance plans.  We will however provide you a courtesy bill with charges outlined in case you want to submit it for application to your deductible or for reimbursement. We do not provide direct billing of any insurance plan for our home based program.  Flex Plans and HSA plans have been widely used to pay for the program fees. Visa, and American Express accepted. In our home based program, anyone in the home who has been assessed and who has had a training plan developed can run unlimited amount of sessions on the equipment for the same monthly fee during the 3 month training period, making this option the most cost effective for families considering neurofeedback for multiple members. Most of our home based participants run 40-60 sessions over the course of 3 months per family member.  Training fees include use of all equipment, weekly contacts with clinical psychologist to review training and to make adjustments for all participants, reassessments every 20 sessions at no additional cost, and weekly self-report inventory.  Please contact our office for pricing information.

Updated September 2019
A no-charge phone consultation is available prior to scheduling an initial consultation.
Discounts available for for certain non-profit, clergy, missionary, and aid workers.