We start with a free initial consultation, which lasts about 15 to 30 minutes. This is so that we can get to know each other briefly before we decide to start treatment.
My fee is calculated according to the time required for each session, except for the initial consultation.
Sessions are charged at €120 per 60 minutes.
The non-binding fee schedule for alternative practitioners (GebüH) applies. The fee is due immediately and payable within 14 days of the invoice being issued. If no invoice is requested, the fee is to be paid in cash against receipt.
Heilpraktiker*innen/non-medical practitioners do not participate in the statutory health insurance system. Therefore, people with statutory health insurance do not receive any reimbursement of treatment costs from their health insurance. Please ask your health insurance company about any exceptions (e.g. voluntary benefits) before starting treatment.
Those insured with private health insurance companies with full or supplementary insurance may be entitled to reimbursement of their treatment costs from their insurance company. This claim must be clarified by the patient before the start of therapy. Patients are also always responsible for the reimbursement procedure with their private insurance provider. Reimbursements are usually limited to the rates of the fee schedule for non-medical practitioners. Any differences between the amounts from the fee schedule and the contractually agreed non-medical practitioner fee are to be borne by the patient.
The results of all reimbursement procedures have no influence on the agreed non-medical practitioner’s fee. The therapist’s fee is to be paid in full by the patient irrespective of any insurance and/or allowance benefits.
Patients who do not make use of fixed treatment appointments owe the therapist a cancellation fee amounting to 50% of the total fee. The cancellation fee is due immediately.
The above payment obligation does not apply if the patient cancels at least 24 hours before the agreed appointment or is prevented from attending through no fault of his/her own. In this case, the reason for the prevention must be communicated without delay and proven upon request.
The proof that no damage or only significantly lower damage has been incurred shall remain unaffected by this. The same applies to the therapist’s proof of higher damages.