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Pricing and Insurance Information

Prices vary per service – packages and payment plans are available (see below).

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Nutrition Mindset Coaching

$500 Taste of Freedom mini-package

$500 SIMPLIFY package

$99/month Learn Forward Program (individual or group) – 3 month minimum commitment

$1600 Signature Coaching Program *

Nutrition and wellness coaching to fit your lifestyle. Personalized, practical, and guilt-free! Reach your goals faster than on your own. Virtual service available anywhere with steady internet, in-person service available in the Greater Seattle area.

 

Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) / Nutrition Counseling

$225 initial assessment (90 min)

$150 follow up session (60 min)

$750 follow up package of 6 sessions (60 min each) *

Help treat, manage, and prevent diseases with food and nutrition. With a non-diet, Health at Every Size approach, nutrition therapy can feel inclusive and life-giving. I am currently only accepting new MNT clients located in Washington State. Virtual service in Washington State, or in-person service available in the Greater Seattle area.

 

Discovery Session

$50 per session (30 min)

Pre-coaching session to help you clarify your goals and priorities, uncover barriers, and create an action plan for success. Virtual service available anywhere with steady internet, in-person service available in the Greater Seattle area.

 

Get-to-Know-You Call

Complimentary 15-min phone call to see if we’re a good fit to work together. We’ll briefly discuss your goals, my approach, and mutual expectations. Schedule now!

 


 

Payment Methods:

For all services, I accept all major credit cards (and debit cards that can be used like credit cards).

For Medical Nutrition Therapy / Nutrition Counseling services, you may also use HSA (Health Savings Account) and FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards.

(You may need a doctor’s referral to justify the medical need for nutrition services if you’re using HSA or FSA funds. If you’re interested in working with me, I can help you talk with the doctor to obtain a referral for services as needed)

 


 

Insurance for Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) / Nutrition Counseling:

**This may not apply to nutrition coaching sessions, but depending on your insurance, there may be ways to create custom MNT plans that are similar to the coaching packages you’re interested in.

Please note that I am an out-of-network provider for all insurances, therefore payment is due at time of service. However, there is still a good chance that your insurance company will provide partial or total reimbursement for out-of-network services depending on your benefits.

Generally, you may also use HSA (Health Savings Account) and FSA (Flexible Spending Account) cards to pay for nutrition services. (You may need a doctor’s referral to justify the medical need for nutrition services if you’re using HSA or FSA funds. If you’re interested in working with me, I can help you talk with the doctor to obtain a referral for services as needed)

Nutrition Counseling and Medical Nutrition Therapy benefits with insurance companies vary greatly, so please speak with your insurance company representative to find out what your benefits may cover in working with me. If your coverage qualifies for reimbursement, I can provide you with a detailed invoice (Superbill) with my NPI (National Provider Identification) number that you can submit to your insurance company. I am a certified dietitian in Washington State.

Here are some questions to ask your insurance company to find out about your out-of-network nutrition counseling benefits:

• Do I have out-of-network benefits for Nutrition Counseling / Medical Nutrition Therapy (CPT codes 97802 or 97803)?
• Do I have any out-of-network nutrition benefits under preventative care?
• Are there certain ICD-10 diagnosis codes that are covered/not covered?
• Are there a limited number of nutrition visits per calendar year?
• Do I need a referral (and/or letter of medical necessity) from my primary care provider?
• Do I need pre-authorization?
• Is there a deductible that I need to meet?
• What is my percentage of coverage? Is there a co-pay?
• Is there a maximum reimbursement allowed per unit? How long is each allowed visit?
• Are out-of-network telehealth/virtual care visits covered?

Insurance and payments can be confusing. If you have questions, please reach out. You’re not alone – we’ll figure it out together!