Evolve Wellness fees are comparable to other therapists in the Bay Area with similar specialties and levels of training.
- Individual therapy: $275
- Nutrition therapy: Initial $195, follow-ups $180
- Coaching: $200
- Couples/Family therapy: $350
- Group therapy: $100
All Evolve clinicians are out-of-network providers. If your insurance offers out-of-network benefits, we will provide a receipt documenting the date of sessions and payment received. Absolutely no confidential information will be shared unless requested by you.
We’ve partnered with Mentaya to help our clients determine benefits eligibility as well as easily submit, track, and process insurance superbills. You can use this tool below to see if you qualify for reimbursement for our services.
Alternatively, you can call the customer support number on your insurance card and ask the following questions:
- Does my plan cover out-of-network providers?
- Do I have a deductible? If so, how much of my deductible have I met thus far?
- Will the full session fee be covered or a percentage?
- What information do I need from my provider?
- Where do I send my claims and/or statements from my provider?
You’re welcome to reach out to us to schedule a complimentary call.
We will be happy to answer any questions you have and look forward to supporting you.
We hope that you take the next step!
Evolve Wellness Group is a holistically oriented wellness center that specializes in Eating Disorders, body image, and disordered eating. It’s great because it offers nutritional and group counseling in addition to therapy and addresses the whole person. I trust this highly skilled team and refer to it regularly. – Lauren Korshak, MFT
I cannot recommend Evolve Wellness Group enough. Evolve offers individual, group, and nutrition therapy. They see each client as a whole person and this holistic model allows them to tailor each treatment plan based on the individual client’s needs. I’ve referred many clients to Evolve and often consult with Shrein because of her expertise in a number of areas such as eating disorders, self-esteem, body image, mindfulness, and self-acceptance. – Tess Brigham, MFT