Frequently Asked Questions
How can I request a new appointment?
What type of insurance do you accept?
We accept most insurances. Please contact the office for any insurance related questions.
What types of therapy do you offer?
We offer therapy for children, adolescents and families. Additionally, we offer parenting support to help you handle those difficult times. You can find additional information on the Services page.
Are services available during the Covid-19 Pandemic?
What can I expect to get out of therapy?
Depending on the reasons you are seeking out therapy, what you can expect to get out of therapy differs. Generally, my clients are seeking clarity around a certain issue, want to break the cycle of bad habits, or need advice and counsel about a current life situation. Whatever is going on for you, hopefully therapy will make it easier by providing clarity, relief, confidence, or whatever you feel you need at this time.
How often do I come to therapy?
Therapy typically takes place weekly. Speak to your therapist about their recommendation for you, which may be based on your symptoms.
How long will treatment last?
Unfortunately, this is not possible to say. Everyone’s circumstances are unique and the length of time therapy can take to allow you to accomplish your treatment goals depends on your desire for personal development, your commitment, the type of therapy you are seeking and the factors that are driving you to seek therapy.
Can a child benefit from therapy?
Just like adults, children can benefit from therapy as well. If you’ve found this website, chances are you are seeing or feeling something going on with your child and could use some help.
Naturally, parents want to protect and make things better for their child and sometimes may not always know how to go about that.
Children may not always know what is going on with them, how to ask for help or how to clearly communicate their needs. So, they communicate their needs through their behavior and emotions, and this may not always be in a positive manner.
If your child is withdrawn, poorly expressing their feelings and thoughts, is depressed, has relationship stress, difficulty adjusting, having school issues, or struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic then they may benefit from speaking to a therapist. Give us a call today.