Dr. Audra Horney, Ph.D.
Therapist and Practice Owner
Individual Therapy Session
Couples Therapy Session
Currently accepting new clients
Licensed for in-person therapy in Arizona
and online therapy in PSYPACT states.
I am an out-of-network provider which means I do not accept insurance.
I can provide a superbill for clients who wish to request out-of-network reimbursement from their insurance company.
All sliding scale spots are currently full.
Can you work with clients from anywhere in the country?I am licensed to provide in-person therapy for clients in Arizona, and online therapy for clients located in any PSYPACT state (check the link to see if you state applies).
Do you only work with men?I do *not* only work with men. Although I am specialized in men's mental health, I also see clients who identify as women, trans, and non-binary/non-conforming. The most important thing is that you think I am a good fit for your therapy needs! Book an intro call and we can chat more to make sure we're a good fit.
Do you see clients in person or virtually?Both! I can see you in-person or virtually via secure online platform (Zoom). My in-person office is located in Phoenix, AZ (crossroads Glendale and 16th St).
What happens after the intro call?If we both decide we're a good fit, we'll schedule your 45-minute intake appointment. I'll email you a few forms to complete online before our first session. During our first session, I'll ask questions to get to know you better, and provide more specific feedback about how I can help. From there, I typically meet with clients on a weekly or biweekly basis. I suggest committing to therapy 4 sessions at a time. After every 4 sessions, check in with yourself and ask "is this helping? do I feel any relief? am I making progress?" If you answer yes, great! We can continue working together. If it's not meeting your needs, I hope we can talk about that and identify a plan that works. Your experience and progress in therapy in unique to you and your goals, but most of my clients experience significant progress toward goals after 3 months of consistent therapy.
What if I'm curious but still unsure about therapy?You're not alone. That's why I offer a free 15-minute intro call before we schedule your first session. Here’s what you can expect from the intro call: I’ll ask you about what's bringing you to therapy right now I’ll tell you a bit about myself and my approach as a therapist You can ask me any questions that I didn’t cover We’ll talk about rates, insurance, availability, etc.
Do you accept insurance?I am an out-of-network provider which means I do not accept insurance. In some cases you may be eligible to use out-of-network insurance benefits. You will be responsible for paying for each session in full at time of appointment. If you have out-of-network benefits, they typically will reimburse you for 60-80% of the cost of each session. You can use the out-of-network reimbursement calculator below to get an individualized estimate of what your costs will be using your out-of-network benefits.
How do I use my out-of-network benefits?Your out-of-network benefits are usually pretty straightforward to use. Per your request, I can email you a monthly superbill (detailed receipt) which you then submit to your insurance company. Your insurance company will then mail you a check with your reimbursement. It’s always a good idea to call the number on the back of your health insurance card listed under Member Services for more information. You can ask them the following questions: Do I have out-of-network outpatient mental health coverage? Am I able to use these benefits for telehealth? What is my out-of-network deductible? How much of my deductible has been met this year? Do I need a referral from an in-network provider to see someone out-of-network? What percentage of outpatient psychotherapy sessions are covered per session? How much will I be reimbursed for a 45 minute psychotherapy session (CPT code: 90834)? How do I submit claim forms for reimbursement? How long does it take for me to receive reimbursement?