Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I schedule an appointment?
You can leave a confidential voicemail at (415) 889-8831. I check my voicemail several times a day on weekdays and at least once per day on the weekends and holidays. I try to return calls within 24 hours. If you prefer, you can also contact me by email by clicking here or sending an email to cfilanosky@yahoo.com.  Note: the security and prompt delivery of email cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, please do not include sensitive clinical information in emails and never use email in an emergency.

At what times do you offer appointments?
I offer mostly evening appointments though daytime evaluations may be arranged with advanced notice. The immediate availability of openings varies. Please contact me so we can find a mutually convenient time to meet.

Where is your office located?
I'm conveniently located in downtown San Francisco at 833 Market Street, Suite 809.  Powell Street BART station is steps from the building.  Plenty of parking is available in nearby garages. 

I am also available to make "housecalls" and can travel throughout the state of California.

Will health insurance cover the cost?
I no longer participate on insurance panels.  However, you should know that many health insurance plans will reimburse the insured individual for some portion if not all  "out-of-network" outpatient psychotherapy fees or neuropsychological assessment though this varies greatly by carrier.  I will provide you with a statement/receipt ("superbill" in health insurance parlance) so that you may submit a claim if you choose.  To determine the extent of your particular coverage, please read your health insurance benefits information carefully and call the benefits department of your company and or insurer directly.


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Disclaimer: This website is provided for informational purposes only. It does not constitute clinical advice. If you are having an emergency and require immediate assistance, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.