Q: What insurance do you take?
A: We are currently in-network for Blue Cross Blue Shield, & PEHP. We also take Fee for Service Medicaid and Targeted Adult Medicaid. Other insurances may work depending on your plan. Our billing coordinator can can help verify your benefits.
Q: How much does therapy cost if it is out-of-pocket?
A: The cost of therapy is $120 per hour.
Q: What does therapy look like?
A: During your first session we will meet face to face & work together to understand what motivated you to seek treatment. Then we will discuss relevant details to help us find an accurate diagnosis & establish the best way to help you and your family. Lastly we will decide how frequently to meet. Therapy generally starts out weekly, but as things progress we discuss spacing out appointments & moving towards discharge. We will always discuss together about when you feel ready to be done.
Q: Do you work with Children?
A: Absolutely! We also involve caregivers as much as possible throughout the process.
Q: Can you diagnose mental health disorders?
A: Yes, we use diagnoses for the purposes of figuring out the right course. However, for more in depth diagnostic work you may wish to consult with a psychologist.
Q: I am wondering if my child has ADHD, is that something you can diagnose?
A: Yes, then we would seek to develop a treatment plan with you & discuss options like medical referrals.
Q: Can you prescribe medications?
A: No, we would refer you to your primary care physician, APRN or psychiatrist.
Q: What is play therapy? And do you use play therapy?
A: Yes, we do use play therapy! Children don't do well tolerating the logic of talk therapy. Their natural language is play! Play disarms fear. Play gives children a chance to confront difficult topics or problems in a way that reaches them best. We seek to help children have correct emotional experiences & learn how to express them in ways that get their needs met best. Children can work through trauma,& they can do that through play. Play therapy can be done with sand trays, narrative forming, & acting things out with dolls or puppets. Play therapy can be structured or unstructured.