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If you have insurance through your employer, call us and we can determine what your co-pay will be. If you don’t have standard insurance through employer, then you most likely have Medicare or Medicaid. I do not take these forms of insurance, but I do offer cash, sliding scale for people with this situation. Based on income, I can go from $60 per session down to $20 per session. This is all dependent upon whether you’re working at any job, or as independent contractor, or you’re disability.
That answer is really in your court. I often state that I don’t want to be part of your family, so I want to move along fairly quickly, and if you’re able to see it, hear it and do it, we are not going to be together than long. You have come to me with a specific problem, so we move to solve that problem.
Well no sofa’s, so sit in a chair, and tell me what you think is wrong. Let me ask a few questions to see if you have it right or if we need to look at something else. I have a form of therapy that gets to the point of your problem, and once we have it, then it’s up to you to fix it, with my assistance.
I have patients that have extreme anxiety, ADHD, depression, posttraumatic stress, from bad trauma, both physical and sexual, in their past, marital and relationship therapy, where the mainstay is learning how to compromise and communicate. I deal with children, 5/6 and older. I can test for learning disabilities, ADHD and autism. I can also deal with children that are angry, aggressive, or shy.
I also deal with drug and alcohol addiction, abuse, either through the court system or hopefully before the patient gets into that bind.
In all my years of being a therapist, there is almost nothing new that can be thrown at me. I haven’t seen it all, but a great deal of it.
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