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  • What is the cost of a session?
    It depends on your insurance. If you have a co-pay then you will pay that amount. You may have to meet a deductible and the rate you will pay for a session is set by your insurance company. We are happy to let you know what this will be by contacting our office. If you have Medicaid it is typically covered at 100%. Our private pay rates are as follows: Fully Licensed: 30 min - $65 45 min - $90 60 min - $130 Associated License: 30 min - $35 90 min - $50 60 min - $70
  • What is the difference in an associate's license and being fully licensed?
    After completing a degree in a counseling related field, a therapist must complete supervision hours, typically over the course of 2 years, before they are eligible to take a test for full liscensure. Therapists with an associates license are still completing training and are being supervised by a fully licensed therapist. Associates licenses include CSWs and LPCAs. LCSWs and LPCCs are fully licensed.
  • Do you offer telehealth/ online therapy?
    Yes, all of our therapists offer online therapy options. We have one therapist who is 100% online and the rest are all a mix of online and face to face.
  • What types of therapy do you have training in?
    Our therapists have training in many different approaches including: Acceptance and Committment Therapy (ACT) Dialectial Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) Inference Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (ICBT) Comprehensive Model for Behavior (ComB) Habit Reversal (HR) Prolonged Exposure (PE) Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Internal Family Systems (IFS) Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE) Gottman (couple's counseling treatment approach) Yoga Calm Motivational Interviewing (MI) Solution Focused Brief (SFBT) Reality Therapy Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
  • Do you offer internships?
    Yes, we typically select one graduate student each school year. We offer an experience where students get to observe, learn, and practice in a support but challenging enviornment. Students work up to managing a small pro-bono caseload prior to graduation.
  • Do you offer anger management or domestic violence groups?
    No, these are not groups that we provide.
  • Do you write Emotional Support Animal (ESA) letters?
    This is done on a case by case basis when appropraite for existing clients. We do not see clients for single sessions and make recommendations or provide letters.
  • Are you hiring?
    We are accepting resumes for qualified candidates. We offer a competitive package - W2 employment, medical benefits, CEU budget, support staff, office overhead, furniture, EHR... and more.
  • What forms of payment to you accept?
    Cash, check, credit/ debit, HSA.
  • What hours do you offer appointments?
    Each therapist makes their own schedule and has different availability. The office is open from 1pm - 7pm Monday - Thursday and 1pm to 5pm on Fridays. Some therapists offer morning and late night appointments outside of these hours. Saturdays by appointment only. Closed on Sundays.
  • Are you faith based?
    No. We are not faith based and are not "Christian Counselors". We do see spiritual beliefs as a resource and will intergrate this into your treatment when appropriate, but we are not approaching your treatment through a religious lens.
  • Do you work with same-sex couples?
    Yes. The approaches that we use for couple's counseling (primarily Gottman) are as effective with same sex couples as they are with heterosexual couples.
  • Do you prescribe medication?
    No, but we do provide referrals for our clients to trust psyhciatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners.
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