In this month's segment for The New-Fashioned Mom, where real moms share the unfiltered truths on life, I presented on the theme of Beauty. I answered the questions:
For my full Facebook live addressing this topic, click here. I highly recommend the video. :-)
Below is an abridged transcript for the video.
Hello and welcome to Day 3 of the brand new monthly segment called, The New-Fashioned Mom, where real moms share the unfiltered truths on life. I’m grateful for the opportunity to present this month on the theme of Beauty. In this video, I’m going to share with you:
The number one question I am asked by both patients, as well as trainees and students, is: "do you accept insurance?" The simple answer is: No. But it lends itself to further explanation, as I fully acknowledge the limitations that this places on my practice (though shockingly not as much as you may think, as most of my patients are still reimbursed by their insurance companies).
"Know that just because I do not accept insurance upfront does not mean that you yourself will not receive money from your insurance company."
Before I give you my reasons for not accepting insurance in my psychiatric practice, I want to reframe the question to: what is mental wellness really worth to you?
You've likely spent the same amount of money (if not more) on any one of the following: