Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT CAN I EXPECT DURING INDIVIDUAL THERAPY?


The first session of therapy often focuses on gathering information. A therapist speaks with the person in treatment about their past physical, mental, and emotional health. They also discuss the concerns bringing the person to therapy. It can take a few sessions for a therapist to have a good understanding of the situation. Only then can they address concerns and determine the best course of action and treatment planning.




WHAT CAN I EXPECT ON MY FIRST VISIT?


During your first session your therapist will meet with you to help you identify issues you want to work on in therapy and goals to be accomplished. The first 1-2 sessions are usually are used to gather information and include gather information for the initial assessment.




HOW LONG IS EACH SESSION?


Sessions on average last 50 minutes.




WHAT IS THE COST?


Fees vary depending on session type. Please call our office for more information. We accept some insurances and self pay as well.




HOW DO I SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?


An appointment can be scheduled by calling our office Monday-Friday at (803) 708-6014. You can also send us a message by clicking on the Contact or Make An Appointment link located at of any page. A representative from our office will contact you within 24 hours for follow up with your request.




DO YOU WORK WITH CHILDREN?


Our therapists work with a variety of populations and age ranges. We work with individuals, families, and couples. We currently see children ages 3 and up.




WHAT IS YOUR CANCELLATION POLICY?


A notice of 24 hours is required for all cancelled or rescheduled appointments. Missed appointments and late cancellations are charged at $60.




WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?


We accept Cash, and Credit Card. Payment is due at the time the services are rendered.




WHAT ABOUT CONFIDENTIALITY?


The relationship between therapist and client is protected by law and information cannot be disclosed without written consent. The only exceptions are if and when there is suspected abuse/neglect to a child/vulnerable adult or when the client threatens serious harm to self or others, in which case every effort is made to ensure the safety of those affected as required by law.