FAQ’S

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Counseling Services

Sessions are usually 45 minutes. Most clients are seen once or twice a week in the beginning, then, as time goes on, less frequently. The number of sessions depends on what your current needs are.

The length of time a client is in counseling depends on the nature of the problem and the goals of the counseling. Some clients have a very specific problem that can be worked through in a set course of counseling. For others, counseling is an ongoing learning process and they choose to receive counseling for a longer period.

Unfortunately, sometimes, one partner is not as willing as the other to come in for counseling. However, we often find that it is possible to improve the relationship with just one person involved in counseling.

Your fee depends on the kinds of services you request. We accept Anthem BCBS, United Healthcare/UBH, Aetna, Cigna, MAMSI, Tricare, and PHCS. Please contact us for more information.

As counselors and therapists, we are not legally allowed to prescribe medications. However, based on a joint assessment of problems you are facing, it may be advisable to consult with a psychiatrist to determine whether medication is warranted. Typically, clients see someone under their health insurance coverage or we can refer you to a psychiatrist.