Frequently Asked Questions
What are your fees for counseling?
My fees for services vary depending on the service provided. Available services include individual, family, group, and couples or marital therapy. Please contact me directly for more information.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept cash, check or credit/debit card, but payment is expected on the date of service. Individuals with private insurance are responsible for any co-payment amount and unsatisfied deductible required by their insurance plan.
Can you bill my insurance?
Of course! Our billing company, Arkansas Therapist Connection, will check your insurance benefits, submit claims, mail bills and answer any questions you may have about payment. We currently accept Blue Advantage, Tru Blue, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, and Health Advantage.
What is your Cancelation Policy?
If you must cancel or reschedule your appointment, for any reason, please call our office with at least 24 hours advance notice. Clients will be charged $50 for missed or improperly rescheduled or canceled appointments.
How long before any progress?
Psychotherapy is an effective approach to making personal and life changes. The speed at which those changes occur depends on many factors, such as the severity and type of problems, the breadth of one’s support system, and their willingness to make life changes. I work to utilize your strengths, personal insights and the science of behavior change to help clients overcome struggles and become the best version of themselves. Many find changes begin occurring after just one session. Some attend for a few sessions and some attend for longer, depending on their individual needs.
Is my information confidential?
Your privacy is
important to us. We use the last technology to protect your records and strictly comply with HIPAA regulations to ensure your information is protected at all times. The law protects the relationship between a client and a psychotherapist, and information cannot be disclosed without written permission. Exceptions, however, include:
Disclosure of child abuse or the abuse of a dependent adult.
Indications that a client is intending to inflict significant bodily harm to themselves or others.
Indications of a client’s intent to commit suicide or end another person’s life.
Court ordered disclosure of confidential information.
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