RATES & INFORMATION
Licensed Therapist: $130 per 50 minute session
Registered Intern: $70-$100 per 50 minute session (based on counselors experience)
Student Intern: $40 per 50 minute session
Group Therapy: Group therapy will have different rates depending on the size and need. Please contact us for a group rate.
Providence Counseling does offer a sliding scale on a limited basis. You may be required to fill out a financial form to determine need.
Providence Counseling accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Cash, Checks, and HSA Health Service Cards.
Payments made by credit card will have an additional $5.00 surcharge added to the session fee.
Payment must be provided at the time of service.
There is a charge of $20 for a returned check.
Specific office hours may vary depending on the therapist.
All sessions must be pre-scheduled.
There are occasional times that we will offer weekend appointments.
A 48 hour notice is appreciated for cancellations.
The fee for a no show or last minute (less than 24 hours) cancellation is the same as your session fee.
Providence Counseling does not accept insurance. When requested, we do provide statements that include all the appropriate coding for you to submit to your insurance company for possible out-of-network benefits.
HOW LONG DOES COUNSELING LAST?
At Providence Counseling, we treat each person individually and work with our clients to develop a treatment plan and a course of therapy uniquely designed to fit their needs. With that in mind, counseling can last just a few weeks or go on for many months, depending on what you need to work through at your own pace and individual process.
Each session is approximately 45-50 minutes. There are times where clients request 80 minutes for an extended session, or 110 minutes for a double session.
At Providence Counseling, we hold your confidence in the highest regard. We are committed to keeping this a safe place for you to speak freely about whatever is on your heart and mind. Our office is HIPAA compliant to ensure that your identity and information (when you come, what you say, and the records of your visit) are all kept confidential. At the same time, there are important legal and ethical limitations on counselor-client confidentiality that you should discuss with your therapist prior to beginning counseling.