We're glad you asked...
Do you take insurance?
We are both "in network" with Tricare, both Standard and Prime. Sam is also "in network with Military Onesource, Value Options and Beacon Health.
We also accept PPO insurance plans as an out-of-network provider. We will bill your insurance for you. HOWEVER, there are a few steps you will need to take first before we can get started. Call your insurance and ask:
Do you accept TriCare insurance?
Yes. We are both in network providers with Tricare.
We accept TriCare Prime, Standard and Retired Veterans insurance. TriCare allows 8 sessions a year with a mental health clinician without prior authorization then we can request more if appropriate.
We will bill your insurance for you and we will request an authorization so you don't have to worry.
Where are you located?
Do you accept Military OneSource?
Yes. Sam is a Military OneSource provider. So if you are Active Duty Military you can simply call 800-342-9647 and state you have found a provider you would like to see.
Sam Moehlenpah, LMFT #MFC37887
They will provide you with an Authorization Code for 12 session and we will take care of all the billing. No cost to you.
Do you offer any sessions online?
Yes. We offer online sessions through our HIPAA compliant video portal.
We also can offer our Mhttp://www.themarriageguides.com/arriage Guides Package online for out-of-state clients. These coaching sessions are done 100% online and require different contracts and working guidelines.
How do we set up an appointment?
How much do you charge?
Counseling: We charge $175/ session. A session usually lasts about 50 minutes.
We also offer 10-session prepaid packages for $1450.
Do you do public speaking?
Yes, we endeavor to accept every speaking engagement to which we are invited. We have the privilege to share with a variety of groups like MOPS groups, family camps, local and national MENSA gatherings and churches. If you have a group and would like to have us share our passion for improving marriages, let us know!
Do you work with individuals?
Yes. We work with a lot of individuals who are wanting to improve their relationships. Often one person in a relationship may just want to work on themselves or maybe their partner isn't quite ready or even interested in couples counseling.
What are some first steps if we aren't quite ready for marriage counseling?