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Therapy Services

Our therapists provide 45-50 minute therapy sessions through a HIPAA compliant telehealth platform. Telehealth therapy provides a unique experience that allows clients to participate in treatment at the comfort of their own environments. 

"Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”  ― Viktor E. Frankl

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Common Questions

What can I expect my first session?

You will be greeted with compassion and empathy at your first session (and every session to follow!). The initial session is usually an information gathering session where you can share as much as your story as you feel comfortable with at your own pace. Your therapist will ask you questions about your symptoms and goals for therapy. During the first session, you and your therapist can also decide the frequency of sessions (usually weekly or bi-weekly). 

Is telehealth therapy as effective as in person treatment?

Yes! Studies have found that telehealth therapy is as effective as in-person therapy. There are also benefits to telehealth such as the convenience of being in the comfort of your own space, not needing to factor in a commute to a therapy office and having your furry friends with you (your therapists love virtually meeting your pets too!).

What is your cancellation policy?

We require a 24 hour notice for session cancellations. You may do this by contacting your therapist through TherapyNotes, email or phone call. If you do not cancel at least 24 hours prior to your appointment, you will be charged a $75 cancellation fee. 

What are Out Of Network Benefits?

Out Of Network Benefits can sometimes be used when a therapist is not in network with your insurance. Your therapist can provide you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance to request reimbursement (reimbursement amounts are based on each insurance's policies and Out of Network benefits)

Good Faith Estimate

You may obtain a good faith estimate of our charges upon request prior to scheduling with us.  

The No Surprises Act is a federal law which provides you with the right to a good faith estimate of the cost of services at our practice.  However, Ohio licensing board rules require me to provide you with the actual cost of my charges in a written informed consent form to which you must agree prior to my providing services.  That will be available to you prior to you being seen for services and prior to any billing.  In most cases it is impossible to estimate how many sessions you will need, and that will not be determined until your concerns are evaluated and will also vary based on the progress that you make, which depends in part on your efforts with the process.  You will be free to discontinue services at any time or the services may otherwise be terminated in accordance with the informed consent form language.

Although the No Surprises Law says that you may initiate a dispute process if the actual charges are substantially in excess of the Good Faith Estimated charges, i.e. if you are charged $400 more than the estimated cost for a session or for the total estimate provided, that is unlikely to happen and would be a violation of licensing board rules, since you will be agreeing up front to actual charges per session prior to being seen.  Dispute information is available upon request, however any changes to my fees will require a change in the informed consent form fees, which you must agree to prior to having them go into effect, otherwise the fees will remain in effect for 12 months.

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