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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are the Payment Options? 

I accept cash, credit, or check due at the time of your visit. I also accept Tricare (military)  insurance and I am an in-network provider.  If you do not have insurance, I make every effort to try not to turn anyone away based on financial concerns. If you are unable to afford the standard therapy rate, please ask Jen about a sliding-scale option.

Do You Accept Insurance?

Yes- I am an in-network provider for Tricare. As insurance plans and coverage vary per individual, please contact me to determine what treatments would be covered under your plan.

For other insurance plans, I am an out-of-network provider. Although you will need to pay out-of-pocket for your visit, I can provide you with an invoice you can use to submit to your insurance for reimbursement. Reimbursement rates vary by plan, so please check with your insurance carrier to determine what your reimburse percentage would be. Many of my clients receive a 60-100% reimbursement rate for their sessions. 

 

What is Your Cancellation Policy?

Your scheduled time is reserved for you; if you miss part of your 50-minute block the end time needs to remain the same to be courteous to the clients scheduled after you. You can cancel an appointment up to 24 hours in advance; appointments cancelled later than 24 hours may be charged the full session price. There are exceptions to this rule.

 

 

How Far in Advance Do I Need to Schedule a Session?

Sessions can be scheduled as late as a day in advance, permitting that the session time and day is open. However, I usually fill my schedule about a week in advance. Sessions are typically not scheduled the day of unless there is a crisis or emergency.

 

 

How Often are Sessions Scheduled?

Clients are typically seen on a weekly or every-other-week basis, but some clients come in monthly as well. At the end of your initial session, Jen will discuss what works best for you and your needs.

 

 

Who Can Benefit From Therapy?

If you notice that you or you and your partner and/or family continuously get "stuck" in the same maladaptive patterns, you may benefit from therapy. As with any part of your life, if you are not satisfied with the results you are getting, changes need to be made or you can expect the same results over and over. Therapy can be a great way to implement change that is difficult to achieve on your own.

 

 

What Ages and Populations Do You Work With?

I work with a wide variety of ages and populations. I have specialized training on working with couples, but I also love working with individuals and young professionals.

 

What Therapeutic Approaches Do You Use?

I use a variety of therapeutic approaches depending on the issue, the client fit, and the client's desire to change. Some approaches I may integrate into sessions include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Emotionally Focused Therapy.

 

 

 

 

 

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