Hopeful Minds Services


Many people struggle with mental health and often feel hopeless in their journey to feeling whole again.

They are often anxious or depressed, lack the motivation to work, isolate themselves from family and friends, lose interest in the things they used to enjoy, and perform poorly at their job.

That’s why, as a psychiatrist who has worked with patients for 14 years, we help people struggling with their mental health seek holistic solutions to the underlying issues.

Because when you address your mental health holistically you stop managing symptoms, and instead treat the root cause so you can get back to confidently living a fulfilled life.
Do You Take MassHealth?
No. We currently do not contract with MassHealth.

How Do We Pay?
As a healthcare provider, we accept Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA).

Depending on the clinician, our fee schedule is as follows:
• Initial evaluation – $400 • Follow-up visits – $200

Do You Contract or Are In-Network With Insurance Companies?
Yes, we contract with the following insurance companies:

• AllWays Health Partners • Anthem
• Blue Care Network • BlueCross and BlueShield
• Harvard Pilgrim • Health New England (HNE)
• Optum • Tufts commercial
• UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH In-network means that we have contracted with the insurance company to provide services at a contracted rate. We have contracted with your insurance provider, we will file claims with your insurance plan and you would be responsible for any co-pays or deductibles that would apply.

Insurance is an agreement between you and your insurance company as to how your appointment will be paid for. We are happy to provide you with the forms you will need to file with your insurance company for possible reimbursement of your out-of-pocket expense.

There are no guarantees that your insurance company will reimburse for services. The full fee you have arranged with your provider is due at the end of each session.

Out-of-network means that the provider does not have any sort of arrangement with the insurance company. If the provider is out-of-network, you would be responsible for paying for your appointment. The provider would then provide you with a form called a “superbill”.

A superbill is a specialized invoice, which includes the procedure coding, diagnosis coding and session dates that your insurance carrier will need in order to reimburse you. All fees are due at the end of each session.