Is counseling just for married couples?
No, if you are an individual struggling in your relationships, counseling can help you make the changes within yourself that can help create positive change in your relationships. Marriage counseling is also for couples who are living together, or who are preparing to marry.
What is the cost?
How long are the sessions?
Our sessions last 50 minutes.
Do you accept insurance?
We are out-of-Network with most insurance companies. We will supply you with an insurance ready statement that you can submit to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement.
Here are the 4 main reasons we stay out-of-network with insurance:
1. We can not insure confidentiality: Insurance companies require diagnosis information and other treatment information in order to authorize treatment. Once that is provided by a therapist, the therapist can no longer insure that the information will remain confidential. We allow the relationship and exchange of information to stay between you and your insurance company.
2. Difficulty getting treatment authorized: Sometimes there is a lengthy process involved in getting authorization for treatment. This can cause your treatment to be inconsistent, broken up, and can cause further delays in getting the help you need.
3. Misdiagnosing or over diagnosing in order to get treatment authorized: most insurance companies will not cover treatment unless it is “medically necessary”. This may mean the client has to “pretend” to have a diagnosis in order to receive benefits.
4. Most insurance companies do not cover marriage or family counseling unless it is part of a treatment plan for a more serious mental disorder.
What type of payment methods do you accept?
We accept the following payment methods. Debit card, Credit card, Cash or Check.
What hours are you available?
Hours are available by appointment. We offer daytime and evening sessions Monday through Friday. Please call to schedule an appointment.