Trauma Therapy for Adults

Opening Hours : Monday to Thursday 10:00am - 4:00pm
  Contact : (316)202-8549

Rates and Insurance

Rates for 2022

Traditional Therapy Services

  • Initial Intake and Psychiatric Diagnostic Assessment  (55 minutes ) – $225
  • Psychotherapy Sessions
    • Individual Therapy (55 minutes) – $200 per session
    • Individual Therapy (45 minutes) – $155 per session
    • Individual Therapy (30 minutes) – $135 per session
    • Extended Therapy Sessions (2-hour) $310 per session*

Specialized Therapy Services*

  • EMDR Intensive Therapy
    • EMDR Intensive Initial Intake (2-hours) – $330
    • EMDR Intensive Full-Day (6-hours) – $990
    • EMDR Intensive Half-Day (4-hours) – $660
    • EMDR Mini Intensive (2-hours) – $330
    • Package pricing available for EMDR Intensive Therapy
  • Hypnotherapy
    • Hypnotherapy Intake and Assessment  (120 minutes) – $330
    • Hypnotherapy (120 minutes) – $330
    • Hypnotherapy (90 minutes) – $247

*Specialized services and extended therapy sessions are not covered by insurances and are considered self-pay.

Accepted Payments 

Private Pay (Self-pay)

Many clients who have insurance often choose to opt-out of using insurance benefits for various reasons including; high deductible, privacy, less restrictions in therapy -only to name a few.  If you choose Private Pay, you may use the following:

  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flex Spending Accounts
  • Visa, Mastercard, and Cash


If you choose to use your insurance for therapy services, the following insurances are accepted:

  • Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kansas
  • Tri-Care West
  • Aetna
  • Out-of-Network

If Christina Granados is considered out-of-network with your insurance company, a super-bill can be provided upon request.

It is important to verify benefits and out-of-pocket expenses with your insurance company prior to scheduling your initial appointment.

No Surprises Billing Act

Beginning January 1, 2022 health care providers are required to provide uninsured and self-pay clients a written document with a “Good Faith Estimate”.  If you have insurance but prefer to opt out of using insurance OR if you do not have insurance, you have the right to request a “Good Faith Estimate” for the anticipated cost of services.

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