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  • Do you accept insurance? What are your rates?
    We are an out of network provider, and do not work directly with any insurance companies. As an out of network provider, we will give you a monthly statement via our portal. This document will allow you to request reimbursement from your insurer. Fees are due at the time of service. This allows us to spend less time on paperwork, and more time and energy on our clients. Paying out of pocket also helps keep your information confidential. Rates may vary per clinician and are subject to change with notice. These rates are for in office and virtual appointments. For more information please see our Rates & Insurance page.
  • How do I submit a request for reimbursement?
    Every insurance company is a little different. Check out our page on insurance benefits for more information. We can also submit a request for you.
  • What can I expect during a therapy session?
    You will not have to lay down and spontaneously divulge private information, unless you want to. We will welcome you into our office, and spend some time getting to know you. We may ask some questions about your hobbies and interests, what your family and friends are like, and what motivated you to come to therapy. We will listen and reflect what we believe we are hearing. Therapy is a collaborative experience. If you ever feel confused or feel like we are misunderstanding you, then please let us know! This is your time, and that feedback allows us to be more effective.
  • Who needs therapy?
    Therapy is for everyone. Our brains function in a way to keep us alive, not necessarily to keep us well. As a result, there are often cognitive errors that occur and impact our wellness. We all also experience stress, hardship, loss, and struggle. Learning how to navigate those experiences is a practice that can be optimized with the assistance of a trained professional.
  • How long will I be in therapy?
    That is ultimately up to you. Our job is to work ourselves out of a job, meaning our job is to get you to a point where you do not need therapy anymore. Some individuals come for a few months, then take a break. Others find that bi-weekly sessions on an on-going basis is what is best for them.
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