Frequently Asked Questions
We have two locations: one in Cedar Park and one in South Austin. We also offer Telehealth services for all Texas residents. Learn more about telehealth options:
We do not take insurance directly. However, we will always provide you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement. Every insurance policy is different, so we recommend checking with your provider directly to see if they will accept a superbill.
This is a difficult question because there is no one-size-fits-all formula to therapy. We recommend at least a commitment of 4 sessions to get a sense of who you are and what your goals for therapy are as well as establish a good therapeutic relationship between you and your therapist.
Every therapist here has a Masters Degree and is licensed by the state of Texas as a mental health professional. We are inclusive, LGBTQIA allies and culturally informed. We operate from a systems perspective which emphasizes the importance of relationships in a healthy life.
Our clinical fees range from $150 ~ $85 per session. All of our clinicians offer sliding scale options depending on their current caseload openings. We accept credit cards or HSA/FSA cards as payment options. We sometimes will have a practicum intern who will offer reduced fees ($10~$20) for short term services. Please visit our Intern page for current openings/availability.
Yes! Every relationship can use regular maintenance. The best relationships are the ones in which both partners treat it as a project which takes constant and mutual effort. You don't need to wait for a crisis to seek counseling! Scheduling regular check-ups is vital to maintaining your relational health.
One of the main reasons people choose to come to relationship therapy is to help with conflict and communication. Many couples are stuck in negative communication cycles that lead to conflict. Therapy can help with learning new ways to manage conflict, change unhealthy communication patterns, and increase positive interactions between you and your partner. It is never too late to learn new and better ways of approaching conflict within your relationship. Change is possible!
Believe it or not, many couples and individuals who reach out to a therapist are in this situation. Therapy can be very helpful in times of transition. Coming to therapy can be an important part of the explorative process. You don't always have to know exactly what you want when you come in to therapy. Our job as your therapists will be to help you (and your partner) discover what your individual and couple goals are through the therapeutic process.
Therapy is a self-paced process. Like anything that requires change, sustained efforts over time is the key. If you are committed to working on yourself and your relationship, then yes, therapy can work for you in helping you accomplish your goals. However, you will only get out of therapy what you are willing to put into it. Your therapist will always be committed to helping you reach your goals for therapy.