FAQ

Can counseling really make a difference?

Yes counseling can make a difference.  Like most things, counseling is about the effort you put into it; the more effort you put in, the more benefit you will likely receive.

How long are sessions?

Most individual sessions are 45-50 minutes in length. Longer session lengths can be discussed at the time of service if you feel the need.

 How often do we meet?

Most sessions are scheduled on a weekly or bimonthly basis. I try to work my best to provide you with a wide range of options to meet your needs and preferred appointment schedule.

How long does counseling usually last?

                                                      The length of counseling is unique for each person’s situation. Some people find great benefit and reach their goals in                                                       6-8 sessions; others find it might take longer to reach their goals. Debra is glad to make recommendations in regards                                                       to length and frequency of the counseling period, but each individual will freely make their own determination. 

 How much does it cost?

A session usually costs $100-$200 without insurance. When money matters and each of us needs to be grateful for what we have, you can rest assured that we will work with you to help you get the services you need. 

What forms of payment do you accept ?

We accept check, cash, and credit cards at this time.  Payment is due at the time of service, unless other arrangements have been made. If you have insurance and have a co-payment, only your co-payment is due at the time of service; any additional amount will be billed to you.

 Do you take insurance?

Yes we are providers for most insurance companies. Please call our office so that we may offer benefit verification for you.

Does counseling always work?

Counseling often works, but there are no guarantees. The counselor will do her best to help you with the process, and will let you know if there are other options that might be more appropriate for you.

· How do we get started?

· We would love to hear from you and help guide you in anyway possible. Please feel free to contact our office.

 

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