In individual counseling sessions, you and your licensed therapist meet one-on-one, either in-person or online. Together, you set goals, reframe challenges, and make the changes you need to live a happier, healthier life.
Therapy is beneficial for a variety of challenges including: depression, anxiety, mood instability, sexuality issues, coping with trauma, parenting guidance, self injury, defiant behaviors, eating disorders, coping with loss, stress management, and more.
Discover the tremendous things you’re capable of achieving with the help of one of our therapists. Our non-judgmental counseling teaches you to respond to challenges in a healthier way.
What Will Happen When You Contact Us For Your First Appointment?
Scheduling your first counseling appointment can feel overwhelming for some people. We understand. That’s why our office staff makes it as simple as possible with judgment-free guidance. When you call our office, we will:
- Listen to the issues that led you to reach out. Talk with you about our process and how appointments work.
- Discuss the many insurances and EAPs we accept, answer your financial questions, and review our payment options.
- Share specialties, office locations, and the availability of the best clinician to match your needs.
Does Therapy Really Work?
Absolutely. Our providers have seen people make important changes to better their lives. However, it’s important to remember that therapy only works if you put the work into it. That means being honest with your therapist and showing up. You don’t need to be perfect, you just need to be willing.
How Much Does Therapy Cost?
Therapy is $185 per session, and most clients choose to use insurance. Your out-of-pocket costs depends on your insurance plan.
We accept all major insurance carriers, and we are happy to help you navigate your coverage prior to your first appointment. Our goal is to ensure you have no billing surprises.
How Long Does Therapy Last?
Therapy sessions are generally 50 minutes long. Once your session is complete, you and your therapist will discuss your ongoing needs and schedule future appointments.
As for ongoing care plans, we customize lengths to each individual. Your program length depends on your goals, progression, and personal needs.
Does My Therapist Keep Confidentiality?
Confidentiality is our top priority. Everything you say is confidential unless you are a danger to yourself or others.
If you would like Edgewood to collaborate with other providers or share your records with any company or individual, you must agree to and sign a release for your information.