No, I generally don’t take insurance, but I can give you what is called a Super Bill which is a receipt you can send to your insurance company to process a claim.
Understand that there are benefits of using insurance as well as not so obvious costs. All clients who use their mental health benefits will need me to specify a diagnosis code on the receipt in order for the insurance company to process the claim. This code reflects a mental health disorder listed in the Diagnostic Statistics Manual 5 used by the psychology field and remains a permanent part of your insurance file, no longer strictly confidential as persons working for the insurance company have access to it.
The coding will most likely, in my estimation, not accurately describe the nuances of your mental state at the time; for example, you might be feeling sad at times, but you don’t necessarily have a “depressive disorder.” You will be living with the label for as long as the company has your record, and it might end up influencing your future ability to get insurance as well as what you pay for it. It is wise to consider carefully how and when you want to utilize your benefits.