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Confidentiality

Everything you say is confidential and our therapists have taken steps to protect your privacy during counseling sessions. You can ask our therapists questions before the session begins if you have concerns about the confidentiality of the process. There are some exceptions to the rule of confidentiality. By law, the therapist is required to report:

  •     Threats of harm to oneself

  •      Threats of harm to other

  •     Suspected child or elder abuse – if the client is the victim or perpetrator

An intake appointment is the first meeting with you or your child and a counselor. The meeting's purpose is to gather the information needed to make a therapy recommendation and goals for therapy. This gathering of information includes, but is not limited to, the history of the problem, information about family history, information about school and community adjustment, a review of medication taken and/or considered, an exploration of needs and goals, and a review of past efforts to remedy the problem.

How much does each session cost?
Psychotherapy is typically conducted in 45-minute sessions. There may be times when a 60-minute session is needed depending upon clinical need. Discounted rates available for same day, cash payment.

 

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