FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
DO YOU WORK WITH INSURANCE?
Each clinician determines for themselves whether or not they will work with insurance.
Senior clinicians, Alyssa Williamson and Beth Carpenter are out of network and their rates are $195 per 50 minute session.
Natalie Hutson is out of network and her fee is $185 per 50 minute session.
Elizabeth Dodson, Desiree Tennison, and Jennifer Milligan are out of network with a session rate of $175 per 50 minute session.
Brenna Gaul's rate is $165 for intake and $150 for follow up, and $100 for 30 minute meal support or check in.
Lauren Johnston is out of network, but is currently paneling with Aetna and United, and charges $150 per session.
Ashlyne Kukreja is out of network and her fee is $130 per individual session or $150 per couples session.
We are always happy to provide a superbill with appropriate coding for you to submit for out-of-network reimbursement. What your insurance reimburses will depend on your individual plan.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT IN MY FIRST SESSION?
If you've never been to therapy before, welcome! Although being nervous before your first session is totally normal, be assured that it's much easier than you think. Your therapist will get to know you, the history of the issues you want to address, work with you to identify what you want to get out of therapy, and recommend a treatment plan to help you reach your goals.
WHAT IF MY CHILD NEEDS A HIGHER LEVEL OF CARE?
One of the first things our team assesses for, is what level of care will meet you or your child's needs. We will help you with referrals if a higher level of care is needed.
WHAT IF MY CHILD IS REFUSING TO GO TO THERAPY?
Our team is highly specialized in treating teens who are highly traumatized or have severe eating disorders. It is normal for teens, especially if treatment was not their idea, to need several sessions to get comfortable. Our offices are full of board games, coloring books, fidget toys, and other tools to help adolescents get settled. We suggest requiring that your child attend counseling if they are struggling, but giving them as much choice as possible in the process. For instance, your child may want to have a say in which therapist they see. We're happy to help them find the right fit, and help them get comfortable once they're here.