Frequently Asked Questions

If you can’t find the answer to your question below, please contact our office at (435) 200-1812 and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Payment Options

Do you accept insurance?

We believe our clients deserve the best care without being bound by the restrictions of insurance companies. This allows us to provide as many sessions as required, treat without diagnosis, and keep your information completely confidential. Therefore, we are considered and out-of-network provider and we do not directly bill insurance companies. You may be able to submit an invoice to your insurance company for reimbursement.

How much do appointments cost?

A 15-minute consultation is free. The initial diagnostic session (one per client) is $140. A regular 50-minute appointment is $115.

Do you offer auto pay?

Yes! The Edify Group will securely store a credit card on file. You will be automatically charged between 12 am-2 am the night following your session.

Appointment Details

Can I receive reminders for my appointment?

We automatically sign up clients for reminder texts 72 hours before their appointment. If you want to change your reminder method, you can do so via your Client Portal.

What if I’m running late?

If you are late for a session, you may lose some of that session time. Please call or text (435) 200-1812 if you will be late.

What if I need to cancel?

Please let us know 72 hours before your appointment. If you need to cancel within that window, please still let us know at (435) 200-1812. You will, however, be charged the full price of the appointment unless 72 hour’s notice was given.

What do I do if I see you in public?

If you see each your therapist outside of the therapy office, they will not acknowledge you first. Your right to privacy and confidentiality is of the utmost importance to us, and we do not wish to jeopardize your privacy. However, if you acknowledge your therapist first, they will be more than happy to speak briefly with you, but feel it appropriate not to engage in any lengthy discussions in public or outside of the therapy office.