Our Services



Our therapists work with a wide range of issues and will help tailor treatment to your unique needs. Connecting with a counselor, you will identify and discuss the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors you want to work on together. Typically, you will meet with your therapist weekly, either in office or via Telehealth.

All fees are set by individual providers, and range from $50-$200/ hour. We have providers accepting many insurances. Please call for private pay rates.

We will do our best to match you with the therapist given your preferences, insurance plan, presenting issues, and schedule. There will always a period of getting to know your therapist. If you feel that you would be better suited with another therapist else after a session or two, that’s ok! In the case you need to find a different therapist we’ll be here to support you.

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We recommend arriving to our offices, or being online for Telehealth, 15 minutes prior to your first appointment. This will ensure that you have enough time to get checked in before your session starts.

Typically, your first appointment with a therapist will be spent getting to know each other. Your provider will talk to you about their policies, approach to treatment, and expectations for sessions. Then they will ask you questions to get to know more about your reasons for seeking treatment, your background, and your goals for therapy. Keep in mind, each provider has their own approach to intakes, and may structure your appointment differently.

We have multiple locations for in-person therapy. Check to see if there’s a location near you!

After you have scheduled your virtual therapy session with one of our providers, our team will send you all of the documents that need to be signed online. Once that is complete, you’ll have access to login for your first appointment! Your provider might also give you a call to introduce themselves, ask a few questions, and walk through the software and how to log into the initial session.

It is generally recommend to commit to weekly sessions for the first 2-3 months, as it may take the first few sessions just getting a detailed history and thorough assessment of what is going on. Every person and every therapist’s style is different.  The bottom line is, we’re here to help in whatever way we can. We understand that the best way to do this is to establish a trusting relationship over time, and to mutually put in the effort and commitment to make lasting change in your life. 

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Medication Management

For some individuals, medication in combination with therapy may be helpful in managing certain conditions. Our prescribers can help assess whether medication can positively impact your overall wellness, and work with you to maintain your prescriptions. Many prescribers also offer evaluations for common concerns, such as ADHD or Anxiety.

All fees are set by individual providers, and range from $150-$350 per hour. We have providers accepting many insurances. Please call for private pay rates.

*Special Note for Psychiatric Providers: your copay/coinsurance and the length of the appointment can be different for each visit depending on your care. 

We will do our best to match you with the prescriber given your preferences, insurance plan, presenting issues, and schedule. There will always be a period of getting to know your provider. If you feel that you would be better suited with someone else after a session or two, that’s ok! In the case you need to find a different therapist we’ll be here to support you.

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When it comes to prescribing, each clinician may take a different approach. It’s not guaranteed that your provider will prescribe after the first session, some may want to meet for a few sessions before prescribing medication. This will depend on the providers approach to prescribing, as well as your previous history with medication. Once your prescriber has begun a medication regimen, they will send the prescription electronically to the pharmacy of your choice, where you can pick it up or have it delivered to you. You may need to provide some information to the pharmacy, such as your insurance details and identification. If you have any questions or concerns about your prescription, you can always contact your prescriber or the pharmacy for assistance.

Typically, follow-ups will be more frequent when you start a new medication, in order for your provider to monitor its effects. Once you are more established on that medication, follow up visits will become less frequent. Your provider will determine how often you should meet based on medical necessity, but you can always request a follow up appointment if you need to connect with your provider. While some medication management providers may incorporate talk therapy into their appointments, most follow ups will be focused on discussing the effectiveness of your medication.

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Psychological Testing

A more in-depth service, Psychological Testing entails taking a variety of tests to help determine the cause and severity of symptoms. Depending on what the provider is evaluating for, full testing may require multiple sessions. Psychological testing is most often pursued by children or adults seeking accommodation for school or work.

Psychological testing involves administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests; it also requires the psychologist to prepare a written report and meet with parents to review the results. The cost for a full assessment is determined by the total number of hours required by the psychologist(s) to complete the full evaluation process from testing time with your child to results review session with you.

Typically, a full assessment will range from $1800 to $3600, depending on the battery of tests requiredYour psychologist will discuss this during your intake evaluation, and determine how to proceed with your budget, benefits, and child’s needs in mind.

If paying out-of-network or privately, a partial payment is required on the day of testing, with the balance due at your results review appointment. If we will be billing your insurance, the “patient portion” (copay, coinsurance or an applicable deductible) will be due at the start of your appointments. Currently we are billing for Premera/ Lifewise, Regence, Medicare, and First Choice Network plans for these services.  If your plan is not one of these, you will pay the full cost of the assessment, then submit the required information to your plan for reimbursement to you.

*Some providers have higher rates depending on their availability and licensure, please inquire about the rate your therapist may charge for private pay clients. 

  • The assessment process includes an initial intake, during which pertinent historical and familiar information is gathered. This is followed by the testing, during which the assessment takes place, and finally a feedback session where results and recommendations will be discussed.
  • Depending on the presenting concerns, the psychological assessment may include several domains including cognitive, academic, neurodevelopmental and social-emotional. Testing activities can include a variety of questions, puzzles, drawings, and stories as well as some school-like tasks like reading, writing and math

Psychological assessment is often helpful in understanding the strengths and challenges someone may have in their cognitive, behavioral, and emotional functioning. The psychological assessment process allows for diagnostic clarity and individualized recommendations. We are happy to offer psychological testing for adults, as well as children. Often, children who are struggling with academic work, social interactions, and emotion regulation have atypical neurological development that can be identified through psychological assessment. This allows for parents, teachers, and therapists to provide intervention and accommodations needed to allow each child to reach their potential. Your child’s school, pediatrician, or mental health provider may refer you, but a professional referral is not necessary for testing.

Many insurance companies do cover psychological testing. Although we will verify benefits during your intake evaluation, it is your responsibility to contact your insurance company to determine benefits before getting started.  

  • Is the cost of psychological testing covered?
  • Is there a deductible?
  • What portion will be reimbursed? 
  • Is a referral needed from a primary care physician?
  • Is pre-authorization required?

If being seen out of network, and your insurance company requests a list of the tests being administered, we can provide that for you. You will receive a coded billing statement at your follow-up appointment which you may file with your insurance company for reimbursement. 

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