FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You have questions, We have answers
IS EVERYTHING I TALK ABOUT IN SESSION CONFIDENTIAL?
Yes, but with three exceptions that are mandated by law to report: harm to others, harm to self, and abuse.
If you share that you will cause physical harm to another person. I am required to inform that person and the police in order to secure their safety.
If you share that you will cause physical harm to yourself. I will work with you to find a way to keep you safe, but I must call the police if you are unwilling to do so or if I feel that you are at risk.
If you share information of abuse or neglect to a child or vulnerable adult. This information will be reported to the ABUSE Hotline who will then assign the case to the appropriate agency to investigate.
Please be aware that this will be discussed during the initial session and throughout treatment.
HOW LONG ARE SESSIONS?
Each session is between 50 - 60 minutes regardless if it is E-Therapy, Talk & Walk Therapy, or Sex Therapy.
DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?
Cigna is the only health insurance that we currently accept. Keep in mind that by utilizing health insurance, this requires us to give you a mental health diagnosis when billing your insurance company. Our focus is to provide you with the absolute highest level of service.
Payments via cash or major credit cards are accepted as well.
I'M STILL CONFUSED ABOUT TALK & WALK THERAPY AND NEED MORE INFORMATION.
Having a counseling session in the park or on the beach is something that many people have never heard of before. Here are some articles so as to give you a better idea of what Talk & Walk Therapy is all about.
WHAT IF THERE IS BAD WEATHER DURING OR BEFORE OUR TALK & WALK SESSION?
E-Therapy or rescheduling is always an option.
What does a sex therapist do and what exactly is sex therapy?
Everyone has sexual problems at some point. "Sex therapy helps individuals and/or couples address psychological, medical, personal, and interpersonal factors impacting sexual satisfaction." "A good sex therapist can help you build confidence in your sexual skills and develop new techniques, but also help you recognize that sex is about so much more than performance." Still not sure if sex therapy is right for you, check out these articles below.