Frequently Asked Questions
When/how often are various groups and counseling sessions offered?
We will work around your family’s schedule to plan family therapy sessions and parent coaching sessions.
Parenting education and support groups and parent workshops are offered throughout the year. Please contact us for more information.
What is the difference between individual, family, and group therapy?
Individual therapy is a one-on-one session with your therapist.
Family therapy is a session where a therapist works with parents or guardians and their adolescent or young adult. Depending on the family dynamic, the family therapist may initially work with the parents alone and slowly bring the adolescent or young adult into the group.
Group therapy is comprised of a group of peers, all parents with one or two therapists who facilitate learning and discussion about certain topics, tools, or skills.
How long should we plan on going to groups or getting therapy?
Our boutique program allows us to meet the individual needs of each family. On average, it takes about six weeks to achieve optimal, lasting results which include behavior changes and improved family support, attachment, communication, esteem, and mutual respect.
What if my family needs additional services?
If needed, we will provide referrals for services such as individual therapy for the adolescent or young adult, medication evaluation and consultation, neuropsychological testing, and educational counseling.
Do you accept insurance?
We are currently in the process of becoming an in-network provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield. If you have another insurance carrier and choose to use your medical insurance out-of-network reimbursement benefits, all the information needed for the processing of the claim will be generated at the end of each week for you to submit to your insurance company.