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Are your therapists trained differently to be "non-ordinary"?

Our expert licensed clinical social workers are experienced, board-certified therapists in the regions they operate in. They also have certifications and training in various therapy modalities. The Non-Ordinary Therapy Company's therapists are provided with extensive training to expand their practices and support those choosing to use psychedelic medicines in their personal lives through integration and preparation therapy. The goal of this type of training is to reduce harm, support growth and well-being.


How will I meet my therapist?

Upon booking your therapy session in the The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co.  Platform, you’ll receive an email confirmation with a link to your online appointment. When it’s time for your session, you can join virtually via video/audio chat by clicking the link provided.


Is there any long-term commitment required?

No - sessions are booked and charged individually. You can cancel at any time, up to 48 hours in advance of a session.


What’s the cancellation policy for my therapy session?

You will be able to reschedule or cancel your therapy session in the The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co. Ltd. Platform up to 48 hours before your appointment time. No shows or cancellations within 48 hours, will result in the charge of a full session (150 dollars)


Does this program cover children, couples, or group therapy?

Our focus is on individual therapy but each therapist can offer relational therapy on a case by case basis. We do not provide children’s therapy or group therapy at this time but will be considering it in the near future.


Where is this virtual therapy program available?

The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co. Ltd. Online Therapy is only available in New York at this time. We plan on launching in other states soon!


Can I see my The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co. Ltd. therapist in person?

No - The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co. Ltd.’s Online Therapy is a virtual program only.


How long are the virtual therapy sessions?

The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co. Ltd. Online Therapy sessions are 53 minutes long.


How much does it cost?

Our Online Therapy is covered by 6 major insurance providers in the United States. Out of pocket payments are dependent on your coverage. There may be co-pays that you are responsible for. For those looking for a self-pay therapy option outside of insurance, the base rate per session is $150.


What insurance providers do you accept?

We work with following major insurance providers in New York state:

  • Aetna
  • Cigna 
  • Oxford 
  • Oscar Health
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • United Health


Do you direct bill for insurance?

Yes! Upon scheduling your first session, you’ll enter your insurance information in the The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co. Ltd. Platform. We work with Headway in the United States to submit your claim.

Please note we can only direct bill for our accepted insurance providers (see question above).


Do the therapists in this program work with psychedelics?

There is no use of psychedelics within the The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co. Our therapists do not condone the sourcing and use of illegal psychedelic substances. Our therapists do understand the potential of these substances to help with mental well-being, and want to ensure that those making the personal decision to try psychedelics (outside of a clinical setting) have a support system in place.

As a means to reduce harm and aid clients in their personal journeys, we do offer psychedelic-informed integration talk therapy to those who’ve previously used (or are planning to use) psychedelics outside of our therapy program to help them better understand their choices, prevent harm, and unpack their experiences in the aftermath.


Can I be on psychedelics during my virtual therapy session?

No - our Online Therapy sessions are NOT psychedelic exploration sessions. If you are interested in psychedelic-assisted therapy, please see our In-Person program page.


Nothing contained on this website should be construed as the dispensing of medical advice, making claims regarding the cure of diseases, or claims that these programs will prevent or cure any disease state. None of these statements have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).