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How much does a it cost to see a psychologist?

Reviewed by our psychologist : Carmen Smit

How much does it cost to see a psychologist?

In many countries, the price of treatment from a psychologist is set by national health authorities. If you have a referral from your general physician, the cost are usually covered by your health insurance provider.

At iPractice, right at the start of your program, we’ll clearly explain our treatment programs and its cost. This means that you’ll know from the very beginning what your treatment is going to cost.

At iPractice, the following programs are currently covered by many insurance providers:

iPractice has contracts with most health insurance companies (see below for the list). That means that if you have insurance from one of those companies, the bill of your treatment program is sent to you insurance company. If you are insured with an insurer we don’t have a contract with or you want to pay for the treatment yourself, you can expect the following cost:

  • Introduction only: €250
  • Short course (1-2 months): €650
  • Medium course (2-3 months): €1050
  • Intensive course (3-5 months): €1650
  • Additional and separate consultations with an iPractice psychologist are usually not covered by insurance and cost €135 per consultation.

Don’t forget that many basic insurance policies require you to pay a standard deductible of €385 per calendar year. Depending on your other health care expenses, you may have to pay this amount yourself. You pay this amount to your health insurance company, not to iPractice.

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Does my health insurance policy cover the cost of my treatment at iPractice?

Most insurers offer reimbursement of your treatment at iPractice. You will, however, need to get a referral letter from your primary care physician. In the case iPractice has a contract with an insurance company, the bill is directly sent to hem. iPractice has contracts with the following insurance companies:

  • Menzis, and its labels Anderzorg, Hema and VinkVink;
  • VGZ, and its labels IZA, UMC, Univé, Zekur, Bewuzt and IZZ;
  • CZ, Nationale Nederlanden, JustCZ and CZdirect;
  • A.S.R., and its labels Ditzo and De Amersfoortse;
  • DSW, and its labels InTwente and Stadholland;
  • ONVZ, and its labels PNOzorg, VvAA and jaaah;
  • Zorg & Zekerheid en AZVZ;
  • EUCARE, and its label Aevitae
  • CARESQ

We don’t have a contract with Achmea and its labels Zilveren Kruis, De Friesland, FBTO, Interpolis, ProLife – ENO). That means that these insurance companies offer reimbursement of a part of the total costs of treatment, for example 70%. You pay iPractice for the treatment and send your invoice to your healthcare insurer. They will reimburse according to your own healthcare policy. We do like to help you, so please call u so we discuss treatment options with you.

Is there a difference between the cost of online and offline treatment?

No, the cost of an online consultation is the same as the cost of a consultation in one of our offices with a psychologist.

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Would you like to be informed about our treatment programs? Or would you like to schedule a consultation with one of our psychologists? We’d be happy to hear from you on +31 207 717 996.

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