Rates & Insurance

Rates for all other Progressive Paths Therapists

Initial session: $160

Continued sessions: $140

Rates for Dr. Marty Erickson

Initial session: $190

Continued sessions: $175

These rates are our cash payment discounted rates for those who are not using health insurance to pay for therapy.


We accept all major credit cards as forms of payment, we've gone cashless. Payment is due at the time of therapy services.

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend a session, please make sure you cancel at least 24 hours beforehand. Otherwise, you will be charged $110.
For cancellations less than 24 hours in advance that are beyond your control (sickness, accident, severe weather and traffic, emergencies, etc.) we will not charge the $110 no show fee. But please call in to cancel if possible, and please speak with your therapist about the situation as soon as possible.

Good Faith Estimate Notice

If you do not have health insurance or you are not using health insurance for your therapy services: Under the law, health care providers need to give an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy services. You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services, including psychotherapy services. You can ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service. If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill. Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate.
For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call 1-800-985-3059.


Depending on your current health insurance provider and the specific stipulations of your insurance plan's eligibility and benefits, it is possible for services to be covered in part or in full. Please contact your insurance to verify how your plan covers psychotherapy services with us.

We recommend asking these questions to your insurance provider to help determine your benefits:

  • How does my health insurance plan cover mental health services?
  • Do I have a deductible? A copay? A co-insurance amount?
  • Does my plan limit how many sessions per year I can have? If so, what is the limit?
  • Does my plan reset in January, in September, or at another time? (most plans reset Jan 1st)
  • Do I need a preauthorization for mental health therapy services, or a referral from my primary care physician in order for services to be covered?

Insurances Companies we are contracted with

Including SelectHealth Community Care Medicaid Integrated Care plan

And all other BCBS plans nationwide

Note: not all providers are in-network with each of these insurance companies, please contact us for up to date information

What if the therapist you want to see is “out-of-network?”

You may see a therapist here that is not a contracted provider for your insurance, this therapist is called an “out-of-network provider.”

Call your insurance company (or login and look up details of your plan at your insurance website) and ask about your “out-of-network benefits” (OON). Some insurance plans offer a lot of benefits for seeing OON providers, some insurance plans have no OON benefits at all. This is all determined by your specific plan. Most insurance companies have plans that have out-of-network benefits and plans that don’t.

If your plan has OON benefits, these are subject to the deductible, copay, coinsurance, and out of pocket maximum stipulated in your plan. Often there is a different, higher yearly deductible for OON. Sometimes there may be a different OON coinsurance and/or OON out of pocket maximum as well. As an example, your yearly in-network deductible could be $2,000, but your yearly OON could be $4,000.

If your plan has OON benefits, you can see a therapist who is not a contracted provider for your insurance. In this instance the practice sets the fee for the service, and you pay the practice up front for the service.

Upon your request, we will send a claim to your insurance that shows that you saw this OON provider, and the money you paid for their services will go to your OON deductible, and out of pocket maximum as stipulated on your plan.

Depending on the specific stipulations of your plan regarding OON benefits, yearly deductible, copayment, coinsurance, and out-of-pocket maximum--your insurance may reimburse you for a portion of the OON therapy you received. For example, if you’ve met the yearly deductible and the out of pocket maximum for OON benefits on your plan, your insurance will cover your OON fees for all services at 100% (but note: the insurance sets what their allowable fee is for each therapy service, which may be lower than what you paid to your therapist, so you will pay that difference).

When considering seeing an OON therapist it will be important for you to know the specific benefits of your plan and run the numbers to see if it is worth it to you financially and in every other way (for instance if you would really prefer to see the OON provider). In some cases it is a better deal for you.

Understanding better how health insurance works

Health insurance is unlike any other insurance you likely have. Understanding what your coverage is and what all the terms mean can be quite confusing. The following is a brief explanation for each of the main insurance terms:

Premium: The set monthly fee you pay to have your health insurance. Your employer may pay all or part of this if this is part of your employee benefits. Or you may pay all of this if you buy your insurance on your own.

Deductible: How much you are required to pay for any health care services and procedures before your insurer pays anything. Most plans have a separate individual deductible and family deductible. The family deductible is usually the aggregate of all payments for individuals covered on the plan. Once the family deductible is met the deductible is met for all members on the plan. Your plan may have a separate out-of-network deductible for out-of-network services if your plan has out-of-network benefits.

Co-pay: A set fee you make required by your insurance at doctors offices, therapy visits, and at other health care professionals for routine services. Typically the co-pay does not count toward your deductible but must by law count toward your out-of-pocket maximum.

Co-insurance: The percentage from your specific insurance plan that you are required to pay for health care services after you’ve met your deductible (most often somewhere between 10%-50% depending on your plan, the insurance pays the remaining percentage).

Out-of-pocket maximum: The absolute max you’ll pay for all health care annually. Your plan may have a lower In-Network OOP max, and a larger Out of Network OOP max. Once you’ve met the OOP max your insurance will pay 100% of all costs. The out-of-pocket limit doesn’t include:

  • Your monthly premiums
  • Anything you spend for services that your plan doesn’t specifically cover
  • Some or all Out-of-network care and services. Your plan may include a separate out-of-network OOP max if your plan has OON benefits.

For more detailed explanations of your specific plan, eligibility, and benefits we again encourage you to contact your health insurance (call the number on your insurance card or login and look up details of your plan at your insurance website).

Any Other Questions

Please contact us for any additional questions you may have. We look forward to hearing from you!

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1175 South 800 East
Orem, UT 84097

124 S 400 E, Suite 300
Salt Lake City, UT 84111



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