Questions About Appointments

We can typically get a new patient in the same day in an emergency situation and within 24-48 hours in a non-emergency situation. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

After downloading the New Patient Form, be sure to have: 

• Current insurance information, Medicare and/or Medicaid card
• If HMO, referral from primary care physician
• Co-pay or self-pay payment at time of service
• List of any current medications
• Primary care physician name and phone number
• Records from previous mental health providers

 

We accept most major insurance plans. See our insurance page for more info.

Questions About Treatments

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on changing negative behaviors, improving emotional stability, and developing coping strategies that target the patient’s unique problems and patterns.

Typical sessions last between 30-90 minutes.

The answer to this question is unique for each person. It is also important to keep in mind a specific number of sessions will not guarantee a desired outcome.

This is a decision you will make with one of our mental healthcare professionals once a relationship has been established. It will depend on the type of therapy, severity of condition, and the patient’s expectations.