Here are four options which you can take advantage of now to save money on therapy:


If you’re employed, you may be part of or be eligible to enroll in either an FSA (Flexible Savings Account) or an HSA (Health Savings Account). These are tax-advantaged accounts that let you spend pre-tax income on health costs. They’re a double win for you because you get the full value of your earnings (no taxes) and you also reduce your income (lower taxes overall). You can use your FSA or HSA funds to pay for Kip. Learn more.

Health Insurance Reimbursement for Out-of-Network Claims

Even though Kip doesn’t accept insurance, many insurance plans will reimburse a portion of their out-of-network therapy bills. Kip provides you with a coded bill (called a superbill) that you can submit to your insurance provider. Kip is also partnered with Better, a service that saves you time and hassle by submitting claims on your behalf.

Office Wellness Plan

If your company offers a “Health & Wellness” budget as a perk, it probably covers therapy. A mentally healthy workforce is more productive, so preventative mental wellness care is worth the investment. Ask your office manager about wellness perks. If they don’t exist in your office, email us and we can help you bring a Kip therapy benefit to your workplace.

Kip Satisfaction Guarantee

Therapy is a long-term investment and we believe Kip therapy is the best. If you are not 100% satisfied, we will refund the cost your first session.

We hope the options described above help you make therapy more affordable. And we’re always available if you have more questions – just reach out!

The Kip Team