Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How much will my visit cost?
A. Each therapist has their own rates, and different services have different costs; please call the office manager for prices.

Q. How can I pay for my services?
A. Fees (co-payments) are due at the time of services. We accept:
- cash (including debit cards) or money order
- checks ($40 fee for returned checks)
- credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover)
Q. What do I need to bring for my first visit?
A. Please bring:
-Insurance Card
-any papers from Court
-name and phone number of a referring doctor
-any previously done psych eval reports
-list of medications you take
Q. What happens in a first session?
A. The first session is a chance for you to meet your therapist and determine if the two of you are a good fit. It will be a time to explore your concerns, talk about goals, and experience counseling. At the end of the session, you can schedule future sessions, request a transfer to another therapist, or decide that you are not ready for therapy at this time. Your therapist will help you through this so that your individual goals are met.
Q. How often will I need to come in?
A. That will be determined by you and your therapist; usually patients like to start with appointments each week, possibly every two weeks. Also your insurance may limit the amount of times you can be seen per year.
Q. Do you prescribe medications?
A. No, none of our providers can prescribe medications or do medication management. However, they will work with your regular doctor or psychiatrist, or refer you to one of those if you don't currently have a medication provider.