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Frequently Asked Questions

Is therapy really for me?

Yes! Therapy is for everybody. No matter how major, or minor your issues are, everyone struggles with daily life and deserves to have a non-biased outlet of communication. 

What is the process to get started?

Call our phone number, email a clinician directly, or complete the contact form. Provide your information and a clinician will reach out to you to discuss scheduling and preferences. We will connect you with a clinician who can best fit your needs, and you will be sent a link via email, to complete new client paperwork. 

How am I going to pay for it?

The insurances we accept are BCBS PPO, United Healthcare, andor Aetna. We also accept client's who are comfortable with self-pay. You're out of pocket cost will depend on your individual insurance plan benefit. Most plans either have a deductible that needs to be met,  or a copay. Not all clinicians accept the same insurance policies. 


What can I expect for my first appointment?

During your first appointment, clinician and client will explore reasons for treatment and current presenting issues.

How long will I be in therapy?

There is no time limit. You can be in therapy for weeks, months, or years. Individual therapy sessions are 50-60 minutes long. 

How often will I talk to my therapist?

Depending on the individual needs, clinicians are able to schedule client's weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly. You will work with your clinician to determine how often you should be coming. 

Is it awkward?

This is a common fear. You have to remember, we do this all day! It can take a little while to begin to feel comfortable with your therapist. Our role is to carry the conversation and do everything we can to make you feel comfortable. 

Do I have to talk about things I don't want to talk about? 

Of course not! There is no pressure to talk about what you are not comfortable with. Every client is different and therapy is a safe place to talk about what you want to. 

What if I need medications?

You and your therapist will explore this idea together. If you do decide to see a psychiatrist, your therapist will help you get connected in your area. 

What are the office hours?

Every clinician has their own availability. Currently, we are offering in-person and virtual therapy sessions Monday-Friday,  generally from 9AM-8PM. Hours vary by clinician

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