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These conditions affect all of us at some point, but if they linger and start to impact your daily life, it's time to seek assistance. We are here to help you with overcoming the pain of mood and anxiety disorders by learning new skills in a supportive and compassionate setting. Evidence based therapies, ones that science backs up, have proven successful in managing distressing emotions. We offer Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-based interventions, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) informed treatments, and other interventions to enhance your well-being. No one therapy orientation is right for everyone, and we strive to customize treatment to each individual client. Mood and anxiety disorders can undermine the rythyms of your life, such as your sleep cycle, eating habits, and coping with chronic illness or pain. We can help you learn strategies such as CBT for Insomnia and Sleep Hygiene Optimization to reset your routines and increase your energy..
Most people experience a traumatic event in their lifetime. While we can usually overcome the impact of trauma, sometimes these evolve into PTSD or related disorders. We can help you learn to manage your symptoms using Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE), and other science-based interventions. Exposure therapies are the "active ingredients" in interventions such as EMDR, and are the bedrock of effective trauma treatments. When these treatments are used along with caring and collaboration, traumatic events can promote growth rather than becoming stuck points in your life.
We offer couples therapy for persons wanting to optimize their communication styles so that they can achieve greater trust and intimacy. Again, science has come a long way in discovering what skills work to enhance relationships, and what common pitfalls we can learn to avoid. We can work together to build a stronger foundation for your partnership.
“When you listen to someone, you should give up all your preconceived ideas and your subjective opinions; you should just listen to him, just observe what his way is. We put very little emphasis on right and wrong or good and bad. We just see things as they are with him, and accept them. This is how we communicate with each other.”
― Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind: Informal Talks on Zen Meditation and Practice
Our job is to meet you where you are, hear what you have to say, and work together to find your best path forward.
We recommend contacting your insurance plan before scheduling so that you can determine if you have a deductible, what your co-pay may be, and your overall mental health benefits. While insurance can usually help cover the costs of some portion of your therapy, most clients end up paying some amount (for example, co-pays are commonly $20 to $40 per session). If insurance fails to pay or denies payment, it is the client who becomes responsible for the entire amount. Also, given the communication of diagnoses and treatment records to third party payers, such as insurance companies or EAP services, some clients prefer to pay cash out of pocket for their treatment to ensure the highest level of privacy and confidentiality.
Clients who have a deductible are charged our contracted rate with your insurance company (a discounted rate from the practice's full fee for service). When you have met your deductible, then your co-insurance may pay for a percentage of the contracted rate and you will be sent an invoice for the remainder. It is the client's responsibility to understand how their insurance plan works. Any accumulated balance can be paid to the provider you meet with or through billing links we can send you. Most insurance companies process claims within a month. Any outstanding balances are expected to be paid within 30 days. Delinquent balances are tracked on a quarterly basis and will be referred to collections after a quarter, where additional fees will be added to the principal to cover related expenses. Patients with outstanding balances greater than $250, or balances existing longer than a quarter in duration will not continue to be scheduled for further appointments.
We are contracted with multiple Employee Assistance Programs. You may get authorization from your EAP to meet with one of our providers for a specified number of sessions. These EAP services are only for brief assessment and referral. EAPs are not meant for ongoing or consistent treatment. After using the initial authorized sessions, clients are welcome to transition to using their regular insurance if further treatment is required. Please note that all clients must provide the practice with a valid authorization number prior to their first visit, as otherwise a client's regular insurance will be billed and EAP services cannot be used for further sessions.