Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get referrals to Moody Clinic?

Contact your child’s primary care physician and request a referral. Your child’s physician can send in the referral or you can bring it to the clinic. Don’t hesitate to call Moody Clinic for information on obtaining a referral.

What happens when I visit Moody Clinic for the first time?

After your pediatrician has made a referral to the Moody Clinic, your child will be scheduled for an initial evaluation. Following the evaluation a tailored treatment plan will be created based on your child’s needs, determined by the licensed therapist and approved by the doctor. If your child would benefit from services a schedule is established for individual therapy sessions.

How do I pay for my child’s care?

The Moody Clinic accepts most forms of health insurance reimbursements including Medicaid, BCBS, Aetna, and United Health. Deductibles and co-pays may apply. The Moody Clinic works with families with financial difficulties and or no insurance. Families may qualify for a reduction in costs based on income and number of family members. It is the clinic’s mission to serve all children in need regardless of ability to pay.

What is my role in the therapy program?

You will be asked to commit to the therapy schedule. We encourage families to ask questions, observe therapy and incorporate demonstrated techniques and suggestion in the home environment. Moody Clinic professionals assist parents in learning to advocate for their child.