FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW LONG IS EACH THERAPY SESSION?
Intake appointments are 75 minutes long. During this appointment, you and your counselor will discuss your medical, social, and psychological history, why you've come to counseling, and set treatment goals.
A typical session for an adolescent or adult is 50 minutes, while a Play Therapy session is 30-45 minutes, depending on the age of the child. During these sessions, you and your counselor will work towards your goals established in the intake appointment.
HOW MUCH DOES COUNSELING COST?
DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?
The standard fee for a 45-50 minute session with Amy R. Work, LCMHC, RPT is $135. Fees for longer or shorter sessions are prorated based on this fee. The initial intake session is 75 minutes long and is $195.
Sessions with Clinical Mental Health Interns are $40 for 45-50 minutes, and prorated accordingly if the time is adjusted.
Renewed Counseling & Play Therapy is out of network with all insurance companies. However, a receipt can be provided for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Please check with your insurance company ahead of time to ensure reimbursement.
DO YOU OFFER FAITH-BASED COUNSELING?
Counselors at Renewed Counseling & Play Therapy are trained to integrate faith into counseling when it is desired and requested by the client. Please reach out if you have questions about this.
IS YOUR COUNSELING PRACTICE A SAFE SPACE?
Yes! Renewed Counseling & Play Therapy is a safe space for ALL clients regardless of ethnicity, gender, sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status or disability.
IS THERE ANYTHING YOU DO NOT TREAT?
We do not currently provide couples or marriage counseling. Additionally, clients are referred out when they have an active substance use disorder, eating disorder, or sex addiction, as these issues require specialized training. If you need a referral for any of these issues, please reach out and you will be connected with someone who can help.
DO YOU PRESCRIBE MEDICATION?
Clinical Mental Health Counselors are not authorized to prescribe medication. However, our counselors work closely with clients' psychiatrists and medical doctors to coordinate the best possible care.