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Is therapy for me?In short, the answer is yes! Everyone can benefit from therapy. There are misconceptions and a social stigma that have been passed down in our culture that says, "you go to therapy because there is something wrong with you". This is just absolutely false. You are a product of your environment. Any challenges you're having are just a formulaic product of biology and your past experiences - most of which were not your choice! Think of therapy as consultation. You wouldn't judge yourself for consulting with an accountant, financial planner, or realtor. So why would you judge yourself for consulting on the most important thing of all - your life! We're not here to control you. We're most definitely not here to tell you what to do. Ultimately you are the expert of your life. We just house the methods and information that can help you adjust course and get more out of your situation.
Do you offer a sliding scale?We contract counselors of all experience levels that work at different price points. If you need a reduced rate, we can match you with someone that fits your budget! Another way to save cash while prioritizing your health is to reduce the frequency of your appointments. Talk to your therapist to see if this is a good fit for your case. At The Mind Parlor we know your emotional and mental wellbeing needs be a top priority - as much as physical and medical health. We hope these options will make it easier for you to prioritize yourself and still get the quality care you deserve.
Can I file with my insurance?Yes! Every client has the option of filing for reimbursement with their insurance company. - Be sure to check your Out of Network benefits. Our current clients receive anywhere from 60-80% of the cost reimbursed by insurance after their deductible has been met. - Ask your therapist for the proper receipts for insurance. We will gladly provide paperwork that has all the information your insurance company will need. Fees will be due at the time of service.
What if I need clinical documentation or letters of referral?No problem! Your therapist will gladly provide any documentation that is needed or appropriate for you case. This can include, but is not limited to: - Treatment summaries for collaboration with other clinicians, physicians, or psychiatrists; - Confirmation of care and attendance for court proceedings, CPS cases, and more; - Letters of recommendation for HRT, name & gender marker change, and other medical interventions related to gender confirmation. Ask your therapist about other forms of clinical documentation we can provide.
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