Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to questions we are often asked.

Q: Do you have anyone there who can prescribe medication?

A: No, none of our therapists are medical doctors. We typically refer people to their primary care physician for treatment or referral to a psychiatrist. For existing clients we may refer directly to a psychiatrist. 

Q: What insurance do you accept?

A: One or more therapists accept the following: Aetna, American Behaviors Health, APS, BC/BS, CBHA, Corporate Counseling Associates EAP, First Sum EAP, Frank Horton EAP, Magellan, MedCost, National EAP, Primary Physicians Care, United Behavioral Health, and Wellpath. Please see our insurance page for detail.

Q: Do you accept Medicare or Medicaid?

A: No. 

Q: Do you offer evening or weekend appointments?

A: Many of our therapists offer evening appointments on weekdays only. We currently do not offer appointments on weekends.

Q: Do you offer a sliding scale?

A: No. However, all our therapists on occasion will offer services at reduced fees as encouraged by our ethical guidelines and our own values. This is only arranged with a specific counselor and not through the front desk. This is not available for patients using insurance if prohibited by our contract with that company.