Frequently Asked Questions

Starting a new counseling or therapy relationship, it can take a while to get comfortable. People often seek therapy services at a time of transition, crisis, or deep conflict, which can add to the stress of starting work with someone new. On the other hand, maybe you’re feeling stable enough to finally take on some of the bigger, deeper issues in your life, and you’re excited! The following are some of our most frequently asked questions, and will hopefully be helpful. Please call or e-mail and let us know how we may be of help to you.

How much will it cost?
Can I be seen immediately?
Can you schedule appointments so that I don't miss work?
How long does counseling or therapy usually take?
How often should I come in?
How do we choose a Couples' Therapist?
What happens during couples or marriage counseling?
What if my situation doesn't improve?
What types of insurance do you accept?

Here is a link to a very helpful article,“A Buyer’s Guide to Psychotherapy”, by Frank Pittman MD; this supports our view of what is helpful in therapy and offers some valuable information on how to choose the person who is the best fit for