FAQ    If your question is not below, call (254) 239-1027.

  • 1 Same-day appointments?
    Many times, same-day appointments can be made. Call (254) 239-1027.
  • 2. Does my family member also have to have insurance in order to come to my session?
    No. Insurance is billed for only one person. The identified client will sign consents to allow others to attend the session.
  • 3. What kind of payments do you accept?
    Cash, credit, checks, insurance.
  • 4. Do I need a referral?
    Referrals are not necessary for counseling/therapists, but are necessary by many insurance companies for psychiatrists or nurse practitioners who prescribe psychiatric medications. Call (254) 239-1027 to ask about your insurance company.
  • 5. Do you have anger management classes?
    No anger management classes are given here, but one-on-one (1- hour) sessions to learn anger interventions/management are taught here.
  • 6. What is the youngest you see children?
    Infant children can be seen if one is concerned about developmental milestones. Counseling and recommendations are given to children as young as two.
  • 7. Are you accepting new patients?
    Yes, we are accepting new patients.
  • 8. Can I choose a particular therapist?
    Yes, you may ask for a particular therapist.
  • 9. Can I voice my disagreements with what my therapist or medication prescriber recommends?
    Yes, of course. Please relay any views you have, to include disagreements.
  • 10. Do I have to take medication?
    Medication may or may not be necessary to achieve desired goals. Often, significant gains can be achieved without medication if one can motivate themselves to implement the recommended changes in life habits, coping skills, etc.
  • 11. Will the therapist communicate with me about my child?
    Yes, communication is encouraged with parents, to include being a part of sessions, as-needed.
  • 12. What kind of therapies do you offer?
    CBT, Sandtray play therapy, imaginative play development, Reality therapy, person-centered, solution-focused, cognitive restructuring, reframing, and many others.
  • 13. Do you see foster children?
    Yes.
  • 14. Do you see individuals that need paperwork completed for probation, court, or work?
    Yes.
  • 15. Do you see children who need to be cleared to return to school?
    Yes.
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