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  • How much do your services cost?
    We are primarily insurance based and the cost for our services depend on your insurance. In some cases that cost for our services can be $0 or just a few dollars per session, but can be higher if you haven't met your deductible. We will provide a best guess estimate by performing a Verification of Benefits with your insurance. We also encourage you to contact your insurance and ask about your Mental Health benefits. For patients who are not using insurance, or have insurance that we are not in network with, we have an Affordable Service Plan that is $150 for initial visits, and $95 per session for Psychotherapy.
  • How do I find insurance information relating to mental health services?
    The easiest way to find out about the mental health benefits of your insurance is to contact you insurance directly. There should be a customer support number in the back of your insurance card. Make sure to mention mental health benefits, specifically when talking to your insurance because it may be different from other services. Always request and record a reference number when talking to your insurance so that you can reference those conversations when contacting them in the future. We always perform a Verification of Benefits before your first appointment and then we send out our best guess estimate. However, the data we receive from your insurance company isn't always accurate and it is best to confirm with your insurance company.
  • What's your workflow?
    The first step in the process is to click on the Book Now link at the top of the page. You will be directed to a page to schedule your intake appointment with one of our care coordinator. Once you select a date and provide some basic information, you will be scheduled for your intake appointment. You will receive a request to fill out some forms, which are required for the intake. You will then be ready for your intake. You will receive information about your intake and you will receive a link, by text, for your appointment. The intake is a virtual appointment. If the appointment is for a child, then the intake should only be attended by the parent. The intake is to collect patient history and goals and at the end of the appointment the care coordinator will help you select the services you want to receive and to assign the best provider for each service. You will have appointments scheduled with your provider(s) and a treatment plan will be created based on your needs. From there you will start your treatments with your provider(s). You and your provider will determine the frequency of appointments and length of treatment.
  • What is the best treatment for depression?
    The best treatment for depression is the one that works best for you. There is no one-size-fits-all answer, as what works for one person may not work for another. Some of the most common treatments for depression include: Medication: Antidepressants are the most common type of medication used to treat depression. They work by increasing the levels of certain chemicals in the brain that are involved in mood regulation. Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, can help you to understand your depression and develop coping skills. There are many different types of psychotherapy, and the best type for you will depend on your individual needs. Combined treatment: Sometimes, people benefit from combining medication and psychotherapy. This is known as combined treatment. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS: TMS is a new technology that is FDA approved and has shown to be effective in treating the symptoms of major depressive disorder. Other treatments: There are a number of other treatments that may be helpful for depression, such as: Light therapy: This treatment involves exposing yourself to bright light, which can help to regulate your sleep-wake cycle and improve your mood. Exercise: Exercise can help to improve your mood and reduce stress. Healthy lifestyle changes: Making changes to your lifestyle, such as eating a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and avoiding alcohol and drugs, can also help to improve your mood. If you are struggling with depression, it is important to seek professional help. A doctor or mental health professional can help you to determine the best treatment for you.
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