The initial consultation is typically a 60-90 minute consultation, to determine if the services offered at Tucson Outpatient Psychiatry are the right fit for you. It is important that you and your doctor are on the same page when it comes to your health and well-being. This consultation time will give us an opportunity to identify your needs and goals. It does not establish a patient-doctor relationship unless we mutually agree on a treatment plan. If Tucson Outpatient Psychiatry is not the best fit for you, then you can rest assured you will be provided with alternative resources in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
12 years old and up. Minors will require consent from their guardian/parent(s) for treatment and consultation will include speaking with the child only, guardian/parent(s) only, and both child and guardian/parent(s).
No, T.O.P. is considered Out-of-Network. The advantage of private pay is that your treatment plans will be determined by you and your doctor rather than your insurance provider. No authorizations are necessary to start therapy or medications and no private medical records are shared with insurance companies.
Yes, a superbill can be generated at your request. You can submit the superbill to your insurance company for reimbursement. Unfortunately, Medicare does not reimburse for superbills at this time.
The full list of rates is included when you are sent the Tucson Outpatient Psychiatry’s Office Policies. Below are the most common appointments and their rates:
Initial Consultation (up to 90 minutes) - $400
Medication Management/Psychotherapy Follow-up (60 minutes) - $285
Medication Management/Psychotherapy Follow-up (30 minutes) - $185
Special Evaluations (includes consultation and follow up)- $700
Initial Consultation (up to 90 minutes) - $450
Medication Management/Psychotherapy Follow-up (60 minutes) - $300
Medication Management/Psychotherapy Follow-up (30 minutes) - $200
Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Women’s Mental Health, LBGTQ issues, Panic Disorder, Insomnia, Personality Disorders, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Schizophrenia, Grief/Bereavement, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety, Specific Phobias, Grief/Loss, Life Transitions
Special Evaluations include, but are not limited to, assessments for Military, Law Enforcement, Highway Patrol, Border Patrol, and surgery clearance (Bariatric, Gender Transition, Spinal Cord Stimulator). Psychological testing is typically required so Special Evaluations are completed over several appointments.
Yes. Telemedicine will be offered to current patients as an option for follow-up appointments.
Tucson Outpatient Psychiatry does not provide after hours care at this time. In the event of an emergency, contact 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department. Tucson’s Crisis Line is 520-622-6000, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-8255, and the Crisis Text Line is 741741.