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For marriage councelling code CPT 90847, this CPt is billed as family therapy only you would use the partner relational problem (V61.10) as your primary diagnosis. It won't get covered by insurance anywhere, so make sure it is TRUE marriage counseling and that the provider isn't actually doing ...

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