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  • How do I make an appointment?
    Appointments are easy to make using the links on our website. Simply click any "schedule appointment" link, follow the prompt, and choose from to available appointment times. We look forward to meeting you.
  • What are your session fees?
    Our rate for individual counseling sessions are $125 and couple counseling sessions are $125. Sessions generally last 45-55 minutes.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    We are not in network with any insurance providers nor do we bill insurance companies directly. We can provide you with an invoice that your insurance provider may or may not reimburse depending on your coverage and their policy. Please check with your insurance provider.
  • What conditions do you treat?
    We specialize in counseling adults, helping individuals and couples that are experiencing a variety issues. Some of the more common conditions we treat are anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions, and relationship issues.
  • What conditions do you NOT treat?
    There are certain life circumstances and mental health concerns that we do not have a specialized skill set to provide the most effective treatment; therefore, we do not treat: - children and adolescents - psychosis - severe substance addictions - those currently experiencing domestic violence. Please call 800.799.SAFE (7233). - new clients that are actively suicidal and in crisis. Please call 988, 911, or go to nearest emergency department for immediate assistance.
  • Where are you located?
    Our office is located on Daniel Island, SC, a central location for Lowcountry residents. For more directions see our Contact page.
  • Do you offer tele-therapy?
    When appropriate and desired, we offer clients HIPAA-compliant tele-mental health. In order to determine if tele-therapy is the right fit for our clients, all initial intake sessions are conducted at our office location.
  • What do I do if I have a mental health crisis?
    If you are experiencing a mental health crisis you should do one of the following: Call 911 Call the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988 Go to your local emergency department.
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