Department of Psychological Sciences

Billing and Confidentiality

The AUPSC is a training clinic and graduate clinicians provide services under the supervision of licensed providers. Third party health insurance will NOT pay for the services rendered with the AUPSC. For sessions completed in-person or remotely, clients will be expected to pay for each session at the time it is held, unless other arrangements have been determined. Therapy clients are charged per 50-minute session.

Therapy fees in person and via telehealth are determined using a sliding scale. In order to be eligible for the sliding scale, clients will be asked to provide proof of income at their first visit.

Our payment options include cash, check, online bill pay, Visa, Mastercard and Discover credit cards as well as most debit cards. If services are rendered solely via telehealth, payment is expected to be received prior to appointment time.

Please click the button below to easily pay for your services online.

 

If a client is not comfortable with online bill pay through the clinic’s website, please contact the clinic’s main phone line to make payment over the phone.

To maintain active status as a client at AUPSC, payment must be made at the time services are rendered. After 3 consecutive sessions of nonpayment, clients will need to contact the clinic director to reinitiate services.

If you have additional questions please see our Billing Agreement under the forms tab or contact us via phone at  334-844-4889 or email at aupsc@auburn.edu.

 

Confidentiality

AUPSC ensures confidentiality and operates under the ethical guidelines of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act. For more information about the limits of confidentiality, please refer to our Client Services Agreement. The Auburn University Department of Psychological Sciences has been accredited by the APA since 1976. For more information on our accreditation status, you may contact the APA Committee on Accreditation: 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, (202) 336-5979, www.apa.org.

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Last Updated: August 11, 2021