Counseling FAQ

The process of receiving care can create many questions.  Here a a few to consider:

What should I consider in choosing a counselor?
How long will it take have my first appointment?
What is the cost?
Do you take insurance?
What information is required of me?
How often will I meet with my counselor?

 

 

 

 

What should I consider in choosing a counselor?

Whom you choose to entrust with your personal is a critical decision.  Choosing wisely, then, becomes the most important first step.  Here is an excellent article to assist in thinking through the decison:

Choosing a Christian Counselor

How long will it take have my first appointment?

Our counselors seek to schedule appointments as soon as possible.  How soon that first meeting happens depends on several factors, including both your and your counselor’s schedule.  You can discuss this during your initual contact with your counselor.

What is the cost?

The cost will vary and are set based on your counselor’s experience and training.  The fees will be discussed as you make your first appointment.

Do you take insurance?

Insight does not work directly with insurance.  Payment is made directly to your counselor.  Some insurance policies may offer reimbursement to you to directly.  Your counselor will work with you to provide the necessary information to your insurance carrier if that is possible with your policy.

What information is required of me?

After scheduling your first appointment, you will receive the data form you are required to fill out and bring to your first meeting.  You may also choose to email the form to your counselor prior to that meeting.

How often will I meet with my counselor?

During the initial meeting your counselor will suggest a healthy pace for your counseling.  Since every situation, we want to make sure we are creating a plan for your care that fits you in a way that will provide the greatest opportunity for progress.