FAQs

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How can I make an appointment?

Please call the office and our administrative team will schedule our initial meeting and answer questions related to insurance and payment. Visit the contact page.

What services are available for young children?

Currently, we provide comprehensive assessments for children as young as 3 years. For children under 3, please call the office for more information regarding therapy, parent training, and consultation.

Do you take Medicaid?

Yes, we are currently a Medicaid provider.

What should we bring to the first appointment?

Download and complete the new patient paperwork located on the forms page. If you do not have access to a printer, come a little early to the appointment to fill out the forms in the waiting room. It is also advisable to bring all relevant records (evaluation reports, medical records, school records and work samples, IEP, etc.) Our first meeting typically lasts one hour.

Do you see clients on Saturdays?

Yes! We do have office hours on Saturdays.

Will you help with my child’s behavior at school?

We offer a range of services and recommendations to help improve your child’s behavior at home, school, and in the community.

Do you provide services for adults?

We provide individual and family therapy as well as diagnostic evaluations on a case-by-case basis for adults. Generally, our staff has experience treating and evaluating young adults who struggle with ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, Autism Spectrum Disorder, social skill problems, work problems, and family conflict. We make every effort to help the whole family, and priority for therapy is typically given to those adults whose children are already patients.

Do you prescribe medication?

We do not prescribe medication at this time.