Lisa Meyers

Lisa Meyers

Lisa Meyers works with individuals, couples, and families to live their best lives. She has dedicated almost half her life to this endeavor and this journey has taken her from general supports into the realm of human sexuality.

Lisa is a licensed clinical social worker in Kansas and Missouri, and she has a thriving private practice in Kansas City. Lisa is completed a doctoral program specializing in human sexuality at Widener University in May 2015. She conducted research on female sexual pleasure for her dissertation. In addition, she is often requested to speak at local and regional conferences, and she enjoys educating the larger audiences. Lisa has been an adjunct professor at Kansas University in the Social Welfare Department, as well in the University of Missouri, Kansas City PACE Program. Lisa continues to help mold future social workers through her involvement in the Kansas University Practicum Program as a Field Liaison and Field Instructor.

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  • Lisa's approach to therapy is one that is Strengths Based, capitalizing upon each individual's capacity for growth and learning, as well as their gifts, talents, and abilities. She often draws from cognitive behavioral, gestalt, and psychodynamic theories in her work with people. Lisa holds strong the belief that all people possess the ability to learn, grow, and change throughout the course of their lives.

    Through her partnership with George Turner and TPG's associate health care professionals, Lisa's work is impacting the physical, mental, emotional, social, and sexual health and wellness of the community. Lisa co-created Turner Professional Group, a place where individuals, couples, families and work groups could come to balance, heal and transform.

Insurance Accepted

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  • ComPsych EAP, New Directions EAP, Cigna EAP, Amerigroup (KS Medicaid), Sunflower (KS Medicaid), Missouri Medicaid (up to 21st birthday), Medicare, MO HealthNet, Missouri Care (AETNA), some Blue Cross Blue Shield products, LifeSynch (Humana), Coventry, Cigna, and Magellan.

    This list is subject to change. Please consult your customer service phone line or webpage to confirm Lisa's participation in your insurance panel.


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  • Listed below is a general breakdown of our office's clinical fees. Each practitioner sets their own rates and these fees are reflective of this clinician's fee rates only. The rates below are cash payment due at the time of service. All fees are subject to change at anytime. We do accept insurance. Please refer to a list of acceptable insurance payers under "insurance accepted". If we file to insurance, any cash pay discount will be voided.

    Typically your first visit is 60-90 minutes for an initial evaluation, followed with weekly appointments, which are 40-45 minutes or 55-60 minutes in length. Maintenance appointments are scheduled as needed.

    Summary of fees for Lisa Meyers (as of 01/01/17)

    Initial Evaluation $300
    Psychotherapy Appointment 40-45 minutes $150
    Psychotherapy Appointment 55-60 minutes $200
    Family Appointment 55-60 minutes $200
    Couples Appointment 90 minutes $300
    Additional Time in Session 15 minutes $50
    Phone Consultation ¼ hour rate $50
    Interpretation of Report 1 hour (minimum) $200
    Report/Letters Preparation 1 hour (minimum) $200

Courses and Workshops

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Insurance and Billing

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  • The question of health insurance

    I am a therapist because I enjoy the work of helping people find solutions to the problems in their lives. However, it is also the way I make my living. Professional relationships work best when client and professional have a shared understanding about financial issues.

    The question of health insurance has become very complicated. If you have health insurance it will usually provide some coverage for mental health treatment. However, there is a tremendous range in benefits available so it is important that you find out exactly what mental health services your insurance policy covers. Most policies have limits on frequency of visits, and limit what services are covered. You should contact your insurance carrier directly to determine your policy benefits. I will fill out forms and provide you with whatever assistance I can in helping you receive the benefits to which you are entitled.

    Health insurance benefits can only be used for the treatment of illness. This means that I must assign a psychiatric diagnosis about you before benefits will be available. Additionally, some insurance carriers utilize case management where I am required to provide additional clinical information such as treatment plans or summaries before authorization of treatment is given. I will make every effort to release only the minimum information about you that is necessary for the purpose requested.

    Insurance companies often change their approved provider listings. I am selective about what plans I agree to participate because some insurance plans come with serious restrictions to the client and provider. Complications with health insurance can include loss of privacy and loss of control of treatment.

    Some insurance companies want a thorough description of your problems, history, work life and so on. Decreases in privacy may lead to decreases in your openness. The more that is true, the less effective our work together can be. For this reason, I choose not to participate in insurance plans that require extensive release of personal and private information. Additionally, I believe the two people who can best make treatment decisions are the client and therapist, in partnership. I do not participate in plans where treatment decisions are controlled by intrusive case management where officials of the insurance company, many of which have limited training in therapy, make the decision if treatment is authorized.

    Even if I am not "in-network" with your plan, it is helpful to understand your "out-of-network" benefits as often it worth paying higher out of pocket costs to see the person you really want to work with.

    For your convenience, I am happy to accept VISA and MasterCard.

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