FAQ

Can therapy help me?

We believe therapy has the potential to be beneficial to everyone. However, it’s important that you find the right fit. Each therapist will approach your concerns differently and may have slightly different means to the same goals. The most important part of therapy is having a trusting and secure relationship with your therapist. That will have the greatest effect on your experience with therapy.

 

Will my insurance cover our session?

No. We are out of network with insurance providers, but you can contact your insurance company and ask them about your “out-of-network mental health benefits.” We can provide you with a superbill if you would like to submit your payments for possible reimbursement regarding your out of network benefits.

 

Forms of payment?

All payment is due at the time of your session. We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.

 

How do I schedule my appointments?

Click here to schedule your first appointment.

 

How long does therapy take?

This depends on what you are hoping to get from therapy when you first arrive. While some areas of struggle may take longer to address than others, our goal is always to have you feeling happy and healthy and ready to take on the world without us! 

 

What if I cannot make it to a session?

If you need to cancel an appointment, please do so 24 hours or more in advance. If you cancel less than 24 hours before your session you will be charged a late cancel fee which will be due on or before your next session.

 

How can I tell if a therapist is a good match for me?

You will feel comfortable to be yourself with a therapist who is a good fit for you. That should include being comfortable to tell your therapist if you like or don’t like something they do! The reality is that each therapist is not a perfect fit for every person. And it is important to us that you find someone who feels like a right fit for you! At any point if you feel like we might not be the best fit for you, we will work with you to find someone who can meet your needs.

 

Does what we talk about in therapy remain confidential?

Yes. There are a few limitations to your confidentiality that we will discuss in more detail at your first session which include safety and court orders. Apart from that, therapy is a space for you to trust that what you say is confidential.