If we’re not a good fit, which may be the case, we will help you find the right clinician for you. Sometimes this occurs when people call needing a certain specialty that we do not offer.
Those clients seeking sex addiction treatment will have a lengthier sessions, and have a slightly different treatment procedure than other clients.
We try to limit this as best possible by providing text, email, or telephone reminders.
Full payment is due at the time of service. Due to legal and ethical requirements, clients are not allowed to carry account balances as doing so can muddy the waters of clinical work. Further, certain organizations prohibit providers from bartering. We currently accept cash, check, or money order. There’s a returned check fee of $25, in addition to the amount billed. We hope to accept credit cards in the near future.
In an effort to prevent future abuse we have chosen to offer a discount for those clients who are calling to specifically receive treatment relating to their desire to sexually offend. There are special circumstances and limitations that come with helping people who are considered non-offending pedophiles. WE TAKE THIS VERY SERIOUSLY. Rich Consulting wants to help you live on the right side of the law, finding happiness and fulfillment in life, and we can help you accomplish these things if you are truly ready to work on your attraction to children.
Please take a look at these resources:
- Association for Sexual Abuse Prevention (ASAP) – Provides referrals to mental health professionals as well as counseling services via Skype. Calls therapists on behalf of pedophiles to vet them for views on mandatory reporting as well as for willingness and ability to help pedophiles in need.
- The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) – A national professional association of specialists in the field of sexual abuser treatment. Although the therapists primarily treat pedophiles who have had sex with children, we are told that many of the therapists who are listed have the skill and desire to treat child-celibate pedophiles as well. For a referral contact them by phone or email. No identifying information required.
- Stop It Now – An organization dedicated to prevention of child sexual abuse. Includes helpful resources for pedophiles who wish to avoid offending.
- Specialist Treatment Organisation for the Prevention of Sexual Offending – StopSO UK is an organisation that aims to prevent sexual offending through therapy.
- Prevention Project Dunkelfeld – Located in Germany. The Prevention Project Dunkelfeld (PPD) provides confidential treatment free of charge for individuals who have a partial or exclusive sexual preference in terms of pedophilia or hebephilia and seek therapeutic help. The goal of the therapy is to cope with problems in dealing with the particular sexual preference. From a patient’s point of view, focus is on controlling one’s own behaviour in order to prevent child sexual abuse and child pornography offending. The therapeutic procedure integrates behavioural therapy and sexological approaches and also includes the option for pharmaceutical support.
- Circles of Support and Accountability – Located in Canada. Groups of volunteers who provide assistance and social support and who, in turn, receive support and supervision from professionals.
- AASECT – A professional organization of sex educators, therapists and counselors. The web site includes a ‘Locate a Professional’ function, some of whom have expertise with pedophilia.
- SSTAR – A community of professionals who have clinical interests in human sexual concerns, including pedophilia. The web site includes a therapist directory.
We also offer a discount for those who current or former members of the military, law enforcement, or fire and rescue. These men and women are offered a ten percent discount. This can only be applied to those who are not utilizing their insurance. We reserve the right to request any documentation appropriate to authenticate your history.
Here’s how it works:
You pay us directly and we provide you with a monthly statement of services (called a superbill). Then, you submit (e-mail, fax, or snail mail) the superbill to your insurance company if you decide to seek reimbursement through your insurance company’s out-of-network coverage. Your insurance company will process the superbill and will: apply the amount you’ve paid to chip away at your deductible; or reimburse you a percentage if you’ve already met the deductible. Just to be clear, Rich Consulting makes no guarantees that you’ll receive reimbursement (or how much reimbursement) from your insurance company.
The following are questions to ask during your call:
- Do I have out-of-network mental health benefits?
- What is my out-of-network deductible? Does that include medical? Have I met it?
- Are out-of-network services by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker covered?
- What is my co-insurance for out-of-network care?
- Is any pre-approval required under any circumstances before obtaining out-of-network mental health services to be reimbursed?
- For psychotherapy, ask: Do you cover procedural codes 90834 and/or 90837, or 99354?
- For psychotherapy, ask: What is the maximum allowed amount for procedural codes 90834 and/or 90837?
- If I have out-of-network benefits, will I be reimbursed the full amount I paid or a percentage? What percentage?