How much does therapy cost and do you accept insurance? 

Our therapist’s fees range from $60-$150 per hour session but may change depending on the service and licensure level. We accept payment at the time of service in the form of cash, check, credit card, and HSA/FSA. We have several therapists that are in-network with United Healthcare and Aetna. Please call for more information about using your insurance. For all other insurance carriers, we are out of network but may be able to provide an out of network receipt in order for you to file directly. Some of our therapist’s do offer reduced fee or sliding scale rates to make counseling more affordable for those who need it. If you are interested in asking about sliding scale rates, please call 214-444-3649. 


Is therapy right for me?

Seeking out therapy is a very personal choice. People decide to come to therapy for many reasons from dealing with a serious mental illness to simply dealing with an unexpected life change or transition. Many seek the support of a therapist as they pursue their own personal exploration and growth. Working with a therapist can help provide insight, create greater self-awareness, and introduce new strategies for all types of life challenges including depression, anxiety, conflict, grief, stress management, body-image issues, and general life transitions. 


What can I expect in a therapy session? 

Every therapy session is unique and caters to each individual and their specific goals. During therapy sessions, it is standard to talk about the primary issues and concerns in your life. It is common to schedule a series of weekly sessions in the beginning and then move out as needed. Therapy sessions usually last 50 minutes. Sometimes individuals who are going through a particularly difficult challenge may request more time per session or more than one session per week. Therapy can be short-term, focusing on a specific issue or longer-term, addressing more complex issues or ongoing personal growth. There may be times when you are asked to take certain actions outside of the therapy sessions, such as reading a relevant book or keeping records to track certain behaviors. Between sessions it is important process what has been discussed and integrate it into your life. For therapy to be most effective you must be an active participant, both during and between the sessions.


What benefits can I expect from working with a therapist?

Therapy can provide insight and new perspectives into life’s challenges and can help create solutions to difficult problems. Many people find that working with a therapist can enhance personal development, improve relationships and family dynamics, and can ease the challenges of daily life. Sometimes, just having someone there to listen is helpful. Overall, people in therapy tend to have lower levels of anxiety and stress, decreased conflict, and improved quality of life.


Is therapy confidential?

In general, the law protects the confidentiality of all communications between a client and a therapist. Information is not disclosed without written permission. However, there are a number of exceptions to this rule. Exceptions include:

  • Suspected child abuse or dependent adult or elder abuse. The therapist is required by law to report this to the appropriate authorities immediately.

  • If a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another person/s. The therapist must notify the police and inform the intended victim.

  • If a client intends to harm themself. The therapist will make every effort to enlist their cooperation in insuring their safety. If they do not cooperate, further measures may be taken without their permission in order to ensure their safety.

  • If we work directly with your insurance for payment, they may have access to your diagnoses codes, treatment plans, and progress notes.
  • Walk and Talk sessions cannot ensure confidentiality in the community and are not covered by insurance. 

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