In addition to therapy and testing services, the doctors of The Family Psychology Clinic of Kingwood offer professional consultation and advocacy services. These services consist of:
Review and analysis of past testing to confirm previous diagnosis
Attendance at special education meetings to advocate for appropriate labeling and service provision on the basis of test results
Classroom observation and teacher interview to assist with diagnosis, behavioral management, and academic planning
Consultation with attorneys, legal advocates, and guardians regarding custody arrangements and disputes.
Dr. Mosier will work to understand your situation and help you understand what other services or interventions might be needed.
Dr. Mosier will work with other professionals to make sure that they understand you or your child’s diagnosis, his or her treatment at the Family Psychology Clinic, and his or her additional needs.
Continuity of Care
Dr. Mosier will continue to provide on-going mental health care as needed and to coordinate with other treating professionals or involved agencies.
We are here to help!
Psychology is the science of the mind and behavior. Today, psychologists seek to help their patients understand their mental life and to use that understanding to enhance the quality of their lives and their relationships.
The Family Psychology Clinic of Kingwood is a self-pay practice and we are not formally contracted with any private insurance or governmental agencies, such as Medicaid or Medicare. We can provide you a detailed receipt that includes the diagnosis and service codes necessary to file an out-of-network claim with your individual insurance provider. We can also help you find out what your out-of-network mental health benefits are and whether or not a portion of Dr. Mosier’s services may be covered. Service costs are $250 for the initial visit and $200 for subsequent visits. Testing rates depend upon the type of testing that will occur. When appropriate, an estimate will be given detailing the length and cost of testing. Please contact the office at 281-361-0777 for further information regarding insurance and costs. Finally, it is important to know that psychological care is accessed under mental health rather than tradition medical benefits and, that for many policies, mental health benefits are treated independently of medical benefits. This means that mental health benefits may have a separate deductible, differing levels of coverage, or even be managed by a different insurance provider.