For fully licensed providers, the price ranges from $125-150 per hour for self-paying clients. Intern prices range from $80-$100 per session. Please see provider pages for additional information on accepting insurance.
Each provider is separately contracted with difference insurance companies (Visit provider page for details).
For self-paying clients, fully licensed providers can provide a receipt to file an OUT OF NETWORK claim with your insurance company. We recommend contacting your insurance provider to receive information on Out of Network benefits.
You and your counselor will determine your therapy needs and goals within the first few sessions. These goals may change as the process continues. Once your goals have been met and you are feeling more secure and confident you and your counselor can determine the length and/or how often you want to meet. Sometimes people may need only 3-4 sessions. Other individuals want ongoing therapy for longer periods of time due to their psychological needs, diagnosis, or history.
In play therapy, the average number of sessions is 10-14 sessions. Usually a child begins to act out more after the first two sessions as the therapist has tapped into some of the pain the child is feeling. As time in play therapy continues, your child will usually begin to experience peace and you will see your child develop more self-control, confidence, and self-esteem.
As a general rule, everything disclosed in a counseling session is confidential. However, there are some exceptions to this. For example, confidentially may be violated in the following situations: 1) if you express that you may harm yourself or someone else; 2) if you disclose abuse or neglect of a child, elderly, or disabled person; 3) if treatment records are requested by a subpoena; 4) in order to obtain payment for services rendered; 5) if evidence of treatment is requested by third party payers, i.e. insurance companies. Please note that this listing may not be exhaustive.
The first session will be an intake session. This is when you will meet with your assigned counselor to answer questions, complete paperwork, and discuss presenting concerns. You will need the following: