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The following are frequently asked question we have attempted to answer for you ahead of time. Please take a look, and if you have any more questions please feel free to contact us.
Do you prescribe medication?No. Our license does not cover prescription privileges. We refer our clients to their treating primary care physician, psychiatrist, or we can make a referral to one of our contracted partner clinics for medication management.
What kind of issues do you treat?We see clients struggling with trauma, grief/loss, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, children/teens dealing with the divorce of their parents, and adolescent issues related to life transitions, bipolar, schizophrenia, behavioral/anger issues, etc.
How much does a session cost?Our standard fee for a Diagnostic Evaluation is $222.00. The fee for follow up appointments is $217.00. We will bill the insurance company (if we are in-network with them), and most often the client is only responsible for their deductible and/or co-pay. We will consider payment plan arrangements on a case by case basis, and will offer services at a much discounted rate for cash-pay clients without medical insurance.
What are your hours?Our therapists vary in their schedules, but on average will see clients between the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday – Friday. Our office hours, in which our office staff is available, are between 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. We realize it can be difficult to schedule appointments during the day when you have a job, or go to school, so our therapists may make accommodations with you, in-person, in if possible for earlier or evening hours.
What insurance plans do you accept?At this time, we accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, QualChoice, Ambetter, Tricare, and Medicaid/ARKids, as well as Health Savings Cards. If you would like further information, please call our Office Manager, Benita Campbell, at (479) 996-5433.
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