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What is therapy?

Therapy, also known as psychotherapy or counseling, is a professional process that aims to improve mental health and well-being. It involves talking to a trained therapist in a safe and confidential environment to explore and address various emotional, behavioral, or psychological issues.

How does therapy work?

Therapy typically involves a collaborative relationship between the therapist and the client. The therapist provides a supportive and non-judgmental space for the client to express their thoughts, feelings, and concerns. Through various therapeutic techniques and approaches, the therapist helps the client gain insight, develop coping skills, and make positive changes in their lives.

How long does therapy typically last?

The duration of therapy varies depending on individual needs and goals. Some individuals may find resolution in a few sessions, while others may require longer-term therapy. Short-term therapy can range from a few weeks to a few months, while long-term therapy may continue for several months or even years.

Is therapy confidential?

Yes, therapy is confidential. Therapists are bound by legal and ethical guidelines to maintain client confidentiality. This means that the information shared during therapy sessions remains private and cannot be disclosed to anyone without the client’s consent, except in situations where there is a risk of harm to self or others.

Do you accept insurance?

I accept most major insurances, including but not limited to Blue Cross Blue Shield, BCBS, United Health Care, United behavioral Health, Aetna, New Directions, GEHA, and Cigna. If you want to know if I’m in network with your insurance, check with your insurance company or ask me directly.

Otherwise my fee per hour is $150. All fees, copays and coinsurance are due and payable at the time of services.  I accept cash, check, and all card payments including most HSA.

If you have a deductible(the amount you pay out of pocket before the insurance pays me, your provider anything), you will have to pay the maximum allowed amount according to that insurance plan.