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  • How can I tell if I can use my insurnace?
    We acept all PPO insunrace plans as an out of network provider. We are not on any insunrace panels, so we are not in-network at all. Please provide us with a picture of the front and back of your insurnace card, date of birth, and mailing address. We can verify your benefits and tell you what the coverage will be with no oblgation.
  • What can I expect therapy to be like?
    Therapy can differ depending on what you desire and the modality of the therapist. Generally speaking, you will meet with your therapist once a week for 50-minutes. During that time you will talk about things you would like to work on and your therapist will help you reach your goals. The goal of therapy is not to find blame in parents or drudge you through your past. The purpose of therapy is to have healthy and appropriate conversation to develop understanding of ones self and use that infomration to make informed choices in your life. Making good choices leads to reduction in anxiety, depression, addiction, and many other emotinal challenges.
  • How do I choose a therapist?
    It's important to find a therapist that is a good match for you in personality and modality. Once you speak to a therapist on the phone and meet them in person, you can decide if it feels like a good fit. It is not uncommon for people to try 2-4 therapists before finding the right match. In order to do the best work, your therapist needs to be someone you trust and feel connected to. If you would like help deciding which of our therapists could be a good fit, please contact our Main Office at 310-612-2998 and one of our trained staff will assist you in finding the best fit possible.
  • What can I expect my involvement to be when my child is in therapy?
    Therapy with a child is much more involved than with an adult individual. Typically, your child will meet their therapist for 50-minutes weekly. On ocassion, parents and other family members may be invited to a "family meeting" where everyone gets to together to discuss how to improve family communication.
  • What is couples therapy like?
    Couples therapy is a generic term for therapy with two people in a relationship. Therapy sessions typically run 50-minutes but can go as long as 2-hours depending on the intensity of the issues at hand. Couples work toegether with their therapist to develop and practice communication skills, methods for connection, and conflict resolution. Both parties typically come to sessin together, but at times an individual session with your therapist is recommended. At times, couples therapy can be positively impacted by each part of the couple participating in their own individual therapy concurrent to couples work.
  • I see you charge $200 per session. Do you have a sliding scale?
    Our typical fee per session is $200. On ocassion, we can offer a sliding scale or reduced fee based on financial need. When requesting a sliding scale fee, your options of availble therapists will be limited. Please ask your therapist if they accept sliding scale fees. If they do not, they will refer you to one of out therapists that does.
  • Do you do teletherapy?
    Yes! We offer teletherapy to all of our clients. Rates and fees are the same as face to face therapy.
  • Do you do in home therapy?
    Yes! We can accomodate therapy sessions in home. Fees and rates are different than typical therapy as travel time is included in the fee.
  • How long does therapy usually last?
    The duration of therapy depends on what your therapy goals are and how quickly you and your therapist reach those goals. For some people therapy lasts a few months. For others, it can last a few years. It is up to you to determine when you have attained the growth you are satisfied with.
  • Can each of my family members see a therapist in your group?
    Yes! We are specially designed to acommodate coordination of care for families and couples. It is not uncommon for a mom to have a individual therapist, a dad to have an individual therapist, a child to have an indivudal therapist, and parents see a couples therapist or the whole unit sees a family therapist. In this case, 4-5 therapists are workign with one family unit. Each therapist engages in consultation meetings to ensure we are giving the best care possible and understanding each of the family members needs independantly and as a part of the whole. No other group therapy practices provide this level of service.
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