Tariff and Conditions
Ordinary sessions last 50 minutes.
For first sessions, couples sessions and Lifespan Integration® sessions, I plan 75 minutes in order to give you enough time.
per 50-minute-session: CHF 160,00
per 75-minute-session: CHF 240,00
My offer is addressed to self-pay clients and – as a rule – will not be reimbursed by the health insurance.
If a session is cancelled at least 24 hours in advance, cancellation is free of charge. Afterwards the full fee for the planned session will be charged. This applies regardless of the reason for cancellation or nonappearance at the scheduled time.
You can choose between two payment options: invoice or payment at the end of each session
Option 1: Invoice
You receive an invoice by the “Ärztekasse”. In order to use this option, you are asked to bring your Swiss Health Insurance Card (the “Schweizerische Krankenversicherungskarte KVG”) with you.
Health insurance companies are not obliged to participate in the costs of psychological counselling. Sometimes they do so on a voluntary basis.
Privacy: The “Ärztekasse” is a cooperative of health service providers. It is not a health insurance company. To the “Ärztekasse” I do neither transmit any data about the topic of sessions nor any diagnoses. The only information transmitted regards the date and duration of sessions.
The invoice issued by the “Ärztekasse” is standardised. Therefore, it always mentions “illness” as the reason for the psychological counselling, even if its purpose is health promotion and coping with challenges of life.
Option 2: Payment at the end of each session
You pay at the end of each session and get a receipt. Depending on your situation, you may use it for the health insurance company or the tax authority.
I accept the following means of payment:
- credit- or EC-cards with a logo of Visa, V PAY, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express, Discover, Diners Club or Union Pay
- NFC-payment by Google Pay and Apple Pay
The PostFinance Card with Debit Mastercard available since spring 2022 is welcome.
Unfortunately, payments with PostFinance Cards issued before spring 2022 are not possible because the payment service provider SumUp does not accept them.
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intuitively right – Psychological Counselling
Dr. phil. Peter Flury-Kleubler, Psychologist FSP, St. Gallen, Switzerland