Q. DO YOU TAKE INSURANCE?
A. Yes, we accept most of the common insurance. We can make sure your session is covered before you attend a session.
Q. WILL ANYONE KNOW ABOUT WHAT WE DISCUSS IN MY SESSIONS?
A. By law, therapists are bound by confidentiality. There are important exceptions. If you express suicidal thoughts and behaviors, desire and intent to harm someone else, and/or report abuse to a child or elderly person, We are bound by law to involve someone outside of session to make sure that you are getting the best help possible. If you are actively suicidal, online therapy is not appropriate for you. If you are having suicidal thoughts and tendencies the best course of action is to go to your nearest emergency room. You can also call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255
Q. WHAT CAN WE EXPECT DURING A THERAPY SESSION?
A. A therapist is someone who listens, understands, and never judges, while helping to support you in achieving the goals that you’ve made for yourself. Therapists don’t have the power to magically change others. Like a personal trainer, we help you change yourself. Feelings are the experience of deeply held beliefs; some of which we don’t realize we have because they operate as assumptions. When we believe lies about ourselves, others and the world, these lies prevent healing and produce dysfunction in our lives. Information does not equal transformation. If that were true Google would save us. The power of therapy lies in the relationship that allows you to safely detect and challenge the lies believed.