Frequently Asked Questions
Look here to get answers to your questions about counseling, coaching, mediation, and collaborative law.
- A child is being hurt or neglected;
- A person who is elderly is being hurt or neglected;
- A person that is disabled is being hurt or neglected;
- You are a danger to yourself or others;
- I receive a subpoena from a judge;
- When you allow me to via a signed release of information form – [download id=”12272″ template=”filename”]
I cannot guarantee counseling will make you feel better. It may help you, it may have no effect, and there is always a chance that you could feel worse (sometimes people can feel temporarily worse if they are working through a particularly difficult issue – counseling can be hard work). If a therapist guarantees they can help you feel better, do not go to that therapist.
Most insurance companies no longer cover testing. If you want to find out what your insurance may or may not reimburse, ask them how much they reimburse for “an out-of-network provider for CPT code 96101”. (A CPT code is a billing code that I give you on a receipt in case you want to file with your insurance.) Whatever the customer service representative tells you – get this information in writing, as insurance companies are not required to honor verbal statements.