That’s why we use treatments and approaches shown by research to be efficient & effective. We check in with clients often to ensure progress is being made. If you or your therapist sees that the approach is not working, we’ll make adjustments to keep you on track to meet your goals.
We have chosen not to be paneled with insurance companies because it helps us retain the autonomy we need to provide you with a premier experience. Insurance companies place several limitations on therapists about the length of sessions, covered diagnoses, and covered treatments. Insurance companies also require therapists to spend valuable time providing documentation to justify your therapy, including information about your diagnosis, treatment goals, and progress. We would instead provide a more confidential process and use that valuable time to ensure we give you the attention and quality service you deserve.
You may be able to submit out-of-network claims directly with your insurance company through a Superbill. Checkout this article for more information: https://www.choosingtherapy.com/superbill/
Our sliding scale has been developed based on Federal Poverty Guidelines. By submitting verification on household income and family size, we are able to identify an appropriate discount, to help make our services available to a wider range of income levels.
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost.
For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call CMS at 1-800-985-3059.
If you cannot make your appointment, we request a minimum of 24-hour-advanced notice to cancel your appointment. In case of an emergency, contact the office as soon as possible to discuss your options.
We take No Call/No Shows very seriously, as the need for mental health services is great. If you do not attend your appointment and do not contact the office, you will be charged the total amount for your appointment. If three No Call/No Shows occur, we will have to refer you to another agency for further services.
Faith-based Counseling is counseling that involves spiritual and/or religious components. With this approach we work to understand and incorporate our specific faith values into the counseling process. By integrating faith and evidence based psychotherapy we can optimize your spiritual mental health journey.
What does this look like in practice?
To incorporate faith into your sessions, begin by letting your therapist know you want a faith-based approach and tell them a little bit about your belief system. Faith can be included as much or as little as you want. Examples include faith exploration, references to sacred text, and how our viewpoint influence our perceptions of every day life.