Getting Started


 

You will receive a response within one business day. Email is our preferred method of communication in the initial stages and guarantees the promptest response. 

You will see an email address next to each therapist’s profile. If you are interested in meeting with that therapist, or asking that therapist a specific question, feel free to contact them directly. 

You may book an appointment online by clicking on the book now button in the lower left corner. This will direct you to our updated online schedule. Once you select your desired service (Initial Consultation, Individual, child, couple, family or EMDR), you will be directed to the practice calendars. You will be able to select either all available appointments for that service, or appointments for that service available with specific therapists. You will be able to select a time and date at your convenience. You will be asked to complete a brief form to complete the process. 

Once your appointment is booked, you will receive a welcome email from your assigned therapist within one business day. Your therapist will confirm your appointment and provide all the details needed to attend your appointment. 

 

If you are using in-network insurance, your therapist will request the needed information to verify your insurance. Your insurance cost will be verified prior to your first appointment, so that you will be aware of cost prior to attending your first session. If you are using out of network insurance, we will assist you in verifying insurance as well. If you are an out of network or self paying client, you will reach a mutually agreed upon fee with your therapist at your first appointment. 

Payment is expected at the time of the appointment. We take cash, checks and credit cards. Please go to our Policies and Fees section for more details regarding verifying insurance and setting fees. 

Once you have booked an appointment, you are welcome to request a brief (15-20 minute) phone consultation with your assigned therapist to help you feel more comfortable prior to attending your initial consultation. While this can be helpful, we find that the best way to get a sense of the therapist and determine the goodness of fit between you and your therapist, is to come meet with your assigned therapist in person at the initial consultation.