Still have not found what you are looking for? Here are some commonly asked questions!
What is your availability?
Our availability varies, please use our Client Portal to check for open appointments.
What kind of experience do you have?
For 16 years I have worked in the counseling field. My experience includes: youth and family, marriage counseling, mental health, developmental delays, at-risk youth, trauma, phase of life difficulties, substance abuse, Substance prevention, self-harming, families impacted by incarceration, crisis intervention, behavior addictions, anger depression, grief/loss, anger, self-image, gender identity, sexual abuse, adoption/reunification, attachment, ADHD, OCD parenting techniques, trauma informed care, co-parenting, conflict resolution, and other related counseling needs.
Do you accept insurance?
We provide all clients a Superbill which can be used for insurance reimbursement as an out of network provider on your plan. Please reach out to your insurance company for specifics on how and what they will reimburse. All services must be paid up front.
What education do you have?
Bachelors of Science in Counseling: Clarks Summit University, Clarks Summit PA
Masters of Science in Counseling: Clarks Summit University Graduate School, Clarks Summit PA
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, State of Ohio
Licensed Professional Counselor, State of Missouri
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Florida Department of Health
Certified Telehealth Professional, Florida
Qualified Supervisor LMHC, Florida
Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor, National Board of Certified Counselors
National Certified Counselor, National Board of Certified Counselors
Certified Telehealth Professional- Florida
Training for Adoption Competency Certificate
Do you accept court ordered clients?
Yes, as long as you are not appointed to a specific counselor we see court ordered counseling clients.
Is my information protected?
What are Telehealth sessions?
Telehealth sessions are counseling sessions that take place through a secure video call on your computer. You will speak to your counselor and participate in session through the video call. Virtual sessions allow you to participate in counseling from multiple locations at multiple times during the day.
Am I a good fit for Telehealth sessions?
Not everyone is a good fit for Telehealth sessions. However if you are comfortable with technology and the flexibility that virtual sessions provide you can call to see if you would benefit from virtual sessions.
Is my Child a good fit for Telehealth sessions?
Due to the nature of virtual sessions young children are not appropriate for virtual appointments. However teenagers often benefit from the virtual environment. Call today to see if your child would be a good fit.
Do you accept clients from all states?
Currently we can only serve clients where our counselors hold an active license or have state approval to provide Telehealth services. This includes:
- South Carolina
Effective 2022 the Counseling compact (Counseling compact.org) has been enacted into law in over 19 US states. Applications for counselors to work in the compact will begin in 2023 or early 2024 at the latest. This will allow any counselor licensed in a practicing state to see clients within the compact agreement. If you live outside of our service area you can keep your eyes open on this legislation.
What if I cannot afford my counseling session?
We do want to meet your needs. Please contact our offices to see if you qualify for our aid.
What do I need to schedule an appointment?
Simply complete a Client Portal registration. You will be able to complete all paperwork through the portal.