Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Does your practice take insurance?

No, this practice is private pay and does not accept insurance directly. However, a monthly Superbill can be provided with necessary codes for you to be able to submit to your insurance company for out of network reimbursement. 

  2. How do I know if my insurance company will reimburse me for therapy?

It is recommended that you call your insurance company directly to determine what out of network coverage they offer. 

 

  3. How long does treatment typically last?

Typically, evidence-based treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) or Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) are meant to be targeted and focused on achieving goals. Treatment length can vary depending on number of goals, consistency with therapy, and complexity of your child's presentation. The goal, however, is to build up skills and help children and families get to a place of treatment graduation!

  4. How are parents involved in a child's treatment?

The amount of parent involvement will depend upon your child's age, developmental level, presenting problems, and type of intervention. During the intake process, recommendations will be provided regarding type of intervention and what type of parent involvement there will be. 

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