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A variety of payment options are available to help make counseling affordable and accessible to you. Cash, checks, debit cards, credit cards, health savings cards, flex spending cards, and Paypal are all accepted payment methods. Payment is due at the time of service.

Health Insurance

Kate Aronoff and Ashlie Newbill are considered "in-network" for the following insurance companies:


  • Moda Health

    • Synergy, Beacon, Connexus, and OHSU PPO Networks​

  • PacificSource

  • Samaritan 

  • Intercommunity Health Network (IHN)

  • Providence

Kate is also in-network with First Choice Health.

Lori Kloss accepts:

  • PacificSource

  • Samaritan 

  • Intercommunity Health Network (IHN)

  • Providence

Elena Robinson accepts:

  • ​​Intercommunity Health Network (IHN)

  • PacificSource

  • Providence

Copayments and deductibles apply. We do not accept Medicare, or other plans not listed above.

Discounted rates for self-pay and financial hardship are available.


You may be able to get reimbursed for your sessions with our licensed therapists by other insurance plans not listed if you have out-of-network coverage. Out-of-network benefits can be comparable to in-network benefits. Sessions with Associates cannot be reimbursed by out-of-network insurance.


How it works:

  1. You pay for your session.

  2. You receive a special receipt via email called a "Superbill."

  3. You can then submit your "Superbill" to your insurance provider to request reimbursement.

  4. Your insurance provider will then reimburse you for all or part of your session fee.

For more info, please check out this document. We will give you a Good Faith Estimate of costs prior to your session. Please note that utilizing insurance may potentially limit flexibility of treatment and requires a diagnosis to be submitted. 


Health Savings/Flex Spending Accounts

With the popularity of high-deductible health insurance plans, health savings and flex spending accounts are often a wise option to get the most from your plan. These types of plans are accepted and encouraged.

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