Counseling & Therapy
Our goal is to create a collaborative relationship so that we may assist in:
- Identifying goals and potential solutions to problems which cause emotional or behavioral issues.
- Learn to improve the use of effective communication and coping skills.
- Strengthen self-esteem and confidence in managing difficult tasks or situations.
- Promote behavior change and improve mental health.
Problems address in counseling include (but are not limited to!):
- Anxiety and Depression
- Anger Management
- Substance Abuse
- Academic Performance
- Stress Management
- Social Anxiety
- Career Counseling
- Family Conflict
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Grief and Loss
Types of Services Provided:
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Clinical Supervision & Development
- Educational and informational workshops
Teletherapy means more accessible therapy choices! Clients can now securely receive counseling with select therapists using our enhanced video and phone services. These sessions are seen as a short-term solution and should not be considered a substitute for traditional services, however 60 years of research has shown that these methods are feasible and acceptable, and proven effective with a variety of treatments settings, ages, and populations.
Clients must be located in the same state as the licensed therapist when receiving services via tele health.
Insurance & Payment Options
We are in-network with several major insurance plans which include:
* United Health Care
Claims will be submitted to your insurance for services and co-payments are due at time of service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I self-pay even if I have insurance?
Yes. Many of our clients prefer to self-pay for their sessions. One of the biggest benefits to self-pay services is that your services do not get billed to an insurance company. This allows for complete confidentiality and anonymity that you are seeking therapy services.
How long are the appointments?
Your initial evaluation and individual therapy sessions will typically last 50-60 minutes each.