During the intake interview we will assess and discuss what type of healthcare best suits your situation: a short-term treatment within basic mental healthcare (BGGZ) or a more intensive treatment within specialised mental healthcare (SGGZ). Both types of treatment will be (in some cases partially) reimbursed by your health care insurer. We will submit the invoice of the consultation directly to your healthcare insurer. You won't have to worry about it yourself.
For you information, check this list for diagnosis that is not covered by any insurer.
Rates for intake
In case you don’t pursue treatment with Grip after the intake session (maximum 1 session), due to referral elsewhere afterwards or to your own decision to not pursue treatment with us, the session will be billed to your healthcare insurer as an 'incomplete treatment'. In this instance, at least € 176,- is being declared at your health insurance (this amount depends on your health insurance and is a fixed price determined by the health insurance). There will be additional costs if you have had substantive contact with the psychologist. This will be charged from your own risk.
If a second intake session is required, we will discuss this with you in advance and after your agreement, the session will also be billed to your insurer.
When Grip can’t offer you the required treatment as determined per the intake session, but you request a second session in order to help you get properly referred to another practice, the costs for this session will equally be billed to the insurer.
Rates for treatment in BGGZ
Depending on the type of product for which you are indicated, your healthcare insurer will cover a predetermined number of session. In case of treatment within BGGZ, around twelve sessions (including the intake) are often sufficient in order to rely on your own strength again. Each session lasts 45 minutes. At the start of the treatment, sessions will occur weekly or bi-weekly and will possibly be spread over a longer period of time later on. There is no personal insurance contribution, which is not to be mistaken for your deductible excess, which applies in all cases! Your healthcare insurer will settle our costs with your deductible excess, which is a minimum of € 385,00 per year in 2022. If you have not yet used this deductible excess, it will come down to paying the first sessions yourself. This also applies when your employer pays for a supplementary 'Grip op Werk' package.
For adult care applies the basic health care insurance provided that a DSM-5 diagnosis is determined, you have a referral letter from your GP and the care is covered within the predetermined agreement we have with the health care insurer.
These rates may differ slightly from one healthcare insurer to another and are determined by the NZA.
Rates for treatment in SGGZ
If indicated, we offer treatment within SGGZ. Each session lasts 45 minutes, however the treatment takes place over a longer period of time than treatment within the BGGZ. The costs of treatment will be completely covered by your healthcare insurer. However, your deductible excess of € 385,00 will again be settled with the total amount of the treatment costs.
Paying for your own treatment (i.e. costs will not be billed to your healthcare insurer)
Rates per session (on location and online): € 117,33 in 2022
Rates for an intake session: € 176,-
Rates for consultations with a psychologist by phone or e-mail or involving the psychologist in EHealth modules vary, and depend on the amount of time the psychologist spends on you. This is usually between 5 and 15 minutes.