Our therapists and counselors set their own rates. Please note that the costs of non-medical psychotherapy are not covered by the basic health insurance. Supplementary insurances contribute differently to the costs. Coaching is generally not covered by health insurance.
Transparent tariffs on the profile pages
Our therapists and coaches set their own rates. These are transparently visible on their profile pages.
Coverage through basic insurance with a doctor's prescription
From July 1, 2022, psychotherapeutic services can be billed via basic insurance on the order of a doctor (e.g. family doctor) if the therapist is approved for billing via basic insurance. Please clarify with your psychotherapist whether they have such a license if you want to bill for basic insurance. You can find more information on this topic here.
Partial coverage possible through supplementary insurance
Some of our therapists are recognized by health insurance companies. In this case, it is possible that the supplementary insurances cover a part of the costs for therapy sessions.
How much does my complementary insurance pay toward psychotherapy?
Supplementary insurances contribute differently to the costs of psychotherapy. If you have a supplementary insurance, ask your insurance company directly how this is regulated for you. You should also clarify whether you need a doctor's referral.
Please note that the therapist must be recognized by the health insurance company. You can find this information on the profile page of the respective person in our directory.
The following table provides you with an overview of which supplementary insurance pays how much for psychotherapy.
Advantages for private clients
Private clients pay for their services themselves. The advantages of this type of payment are numerous:
No medical referral necessary.
Full freedom in the choice of services.
Availability of appointments
No entry in the health insurance file
Quick and uncomplicated