Paying for Testing
To pay Dr. Pratt, please enter an amount in the box below. You will be forwarded to the Paypal website. If you have a Paypal account, please enter your email address to login. If you do not have a Paypal account, click on "Pay with Debit or Credit Card."
|Psychological Testing Rates||New Testing Clients||Return Clients|
|Approximate Total Hours||30 Hours||26 Hours|
|Psychological Testing Fee||$8700||$7540|
|Deposit at Initial Meeting||$4350||$3770|
Returning clients and siblings in the same household have a $1,160 discount.
What is included in the psychological testing fee?
Please note that we do not accept insurance
The initial meeting by video costs $290.
That is, if a family decides not to proceed with psychological testing, a fee of $290 is due at the end of the initial meeting.
If a family decides to proceed with testing, a fifty percent deposit is due at the end of the initial meeting, and the remaining balance is due at the final meeting.
If a family decides to terminate testing before it is completed, billing will include services provided prior to termination, and the deposit remainder, if any, will be refunded.
Fees for other psychological services are payable at the time of service. Fees for services generally adjust annually, and returning clients will be required to sign an updated psychological testing consent form to receive services.
If there are any potential legal disputes, custody issues or parental conflict, the full fee is due at the end of the initial meeting if the family proceeds with psychological testing. Pre-payment for services preserves Dr. Pratt’s neutrality in the conflict.
Dr. Pratt accepts: (1) cash, (2) checks payable to The Pratt Center, or (3) PayPal credit or debit payments made through www.prattcenter.com.
Dr. Pratt reserves the right to assign billings to collection agencies if accounts are more than ninety days past due. The family is responsible for legal fees and other costs related to the collection of outstanding accounts.
No Surprise Act
In compliance with the No Surprises Act that went into effect on 1/1/2022, Dr. Pratt is informing all clients of their federal rights and protections against “surprise billing.” As an out-of-network provider who does not accept insurance, Dr. Pratt is providing this notice to all of his clients.
In the psychological testing consent form, there is a “Good Faith Estimate” of all costs for services with Dr. Pratt. Given that testing is billed as a flat rate, billing surprises are unlikely to occur. However, there are other services aside from testing that are billed separately and unlikely to be covered by insurance, such as Dr. Pratt attending a school meeting. Each school meeting is separate service, and it is billed based on the length of the meeting at Dr. Pratt’s hourly rate.
The good faith estimate in the consent form is only an estimate. Actual services and charges may differ from the estimate. If an invoice is at least $400 higher than the good faith estimate, the law provides a process for disputing the invoice within 120 days. More information can be found at No Surprises Law.
For more information, please read the Psychological Testing Consent for Treatment form on the Download Forms Page.