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Let’s Change Your Life


Relationship Counseling

Individual Counseling

Marriage Counseling

Pre-Marital Counseling

Family Counseling

Keynote Speaker

Blended Family Counseling

Adolescent Counseling ages 6-17 w/Terri Bailey

Divorce Recovery

Wedding Officiant  (all weddings)

Depression & Anxiety Counseling

Adoptions Pre/Post Counseling

Anger Management Counseling Court order approved

Christian Counseling (upon request)

Vision Board Workshops

Emotional Masking Workshops

Life Coaching


Pre-surgical Bariatric Surgery Counseling Evaluations

8 Hour Anger Management Class

Prepare and Enrichment Assessment

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We are currently on 3 insurance panels: Aetna, Cigna and United health/Optum.


For Self Pay-We understand that many times when clients are seeking therapy services an economical approach is most desirable. If you are in need of mental health services, it is important you receive services with or without insurance coverage. We would also like you to consider some of the benefits of receiving therapy in private pay, or also called self-pay, setting:

  • Flexibility in choosing your therapist. When you are using a private pay option you are not obligated to choose from the therapists provided through your insurance plan.  You are able to choose the therapist that best suits your needs, location, and personal preference.

  • No diagnosis on your medical record (or your child’s medical record). Since insurance companies are a part of the Medical Information Bureau (MIB), they are required to submit your mental health diagnosis to be kept on your record which can impact your eligibility for armed forces, life insurance, disability insurance, and/or future insurance coverage. When opting for private pay, this is never a concern since your health information is never submitted to the MIB.

  • Confidentiality. When using a private pay practitioner, confidentiality will remain intact without a chance of the insurance company requesting needed information regarding your diagnosis, treatment, treatment plan, or progress of the treatment.

  • No limit to the number of sessions you can receive. Insurance companies may limit the number of sessions you can receive depending on your plan, the diagnosis, or other factors. When choosing private pay, or self-pay options, you and your therapist are able to choose when treatment is effective and/or treatment is terminated.

Please note: Sessions are self-pay. A superbill can be provided upon request. We also accept

United health plans, Aetna & Cigna


Forms of payment accepted include:
Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover, HSA & FSA cards, Loveland vouchers

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