FAQs

Q.  Do you take insurance?

A.  The center does not bill any insurance directly. However, you may be able to get reimbursed by your insurance. Call your insurance provider and ask if your policy has a mental health benefit for out of network providers.  If it does, you would pay the center at the time of service and then be given a statement that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Q. How much does it cost to see a Center therapist?

A. The fee for services depends on whom you see. We have one fee for licensed therapists and a lower fee for pre-licensed therapists (registered interns).

Q. Do you have a low or sliding fee scale?

A. Yes, we do. A lower fee is charged for our pre-licensed therapists (registered interns). For those who cannot afford this fee, we do offer a sliding fee scale based on income.

Q. Do you take credit cards?

A. Yes, we accept Master Card and Visa.

Q. Do I need to come in every week?

A. At the beginning of therapy it is important that you come in each week so that we can develop a treatment plan and begin interventions. As therapy progresses, you and your therapist can discuss how often you will need to come in.

Q. Do you ever see someone more than once a week?

A. Yes, we do. What you are being seen for and the level of difficulty you are having determines how often sessions are scheduled.

Q. Do you have group therapy at your Center?

A. Yes, we do. In the past we have run anxiety groups for anxious children, social anxiety groups for teens and adults and an OCD group. Please call to find out what groups are currently being offered at the center.

Q. How long does a session last?

A. A session usually lasts 50 minutes.