Please read the following information to help you discern if I might be an acceptable guide in this significant investment of emotional and financial resources.
The majority of my patients pay psychotherapy fees privately. While I am in-network with the two following companies, as a service to public employees, you are responsible to confirm your coverage and benefits directly: Educator's Mutual (EMI), and Public Employees Health Plan (PEHP). If I do not accept your insurance, and you would like to request out-of-network reimbursement, you may request a superbill to submit to your insurance company. Some patients will receive a portion of psychotherapy fees reimbursed to them from their insurance companies. Many patients will not receive any reimbursement. Being reimbursed my full fee is extremely rare.
Millions of people have seen therapists and used their insurance to pay for services. You should also be aware that if you choose to use your insurance, I am required to submit a diagnosis to your insurance company, and, should they request it, I am contractually obligated to submit your complete record. The vast majority have noticed no change in their personal insurability, or health insurance premiums, as a result. However, you should be aware that such an occurrence is possible.
Self-Pay Fee Schedule Updated September 25, 2019
About Mary Fisher, CMHC
Mary Fisher has been practicing psychotherapy since 2006. She earned her master's degree in counseling at Gonzaga University in 2005. She deepened her education by training at the Interpersonal Reconstructive Therapy Clinic at The Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute with treatment refractory patients, The University of Utah Counseling Center with students and faculty, and The Children's Center, where she focused on the treatment of very young children and parent-child pairs. Mary is also trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and focuses her marital work on mixed faith couples, LGBTQ couples, and partners in consensually non-monogamous relationships. Mary is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT).
Mary maintains the distinction of being the one of the only certified reliable coders of the Adult Attachment Interview in Utah; she was certified by Dr. Mary Main and Dr. Eric Hesse in 2009.
Mary's research includes collaborative efforts with Dr. Adam Fisher of the Family Institute at Northwestern University on correlates of quality of life and relationship satisfaction among consensually non-monogamous people, with Dr. Paul Florsheim at the University of Utah on the help-seeking behaviors of homeless adolescents, with Dr. Lisa Bennett of Gonzaga University on hardiness and depression, and with Valerie Minchala and Dr. Lisa Bennett on domestic violence in same-sex relationships.
Mary's writing has appeared in Springer's forthcoming Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy, and Sunstone.
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Curriculum Vita updated 7/6/2017