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The Help Center

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What types of services do you offer?

  • Individual therapy, for adults, teens and children

  • Family Counseling

  • Couples Counseling

  • Telehealth Sessions, when appropriate

  • Classes & Workshops

What are your fees?

As with most practices, our fees vary depending on the type of session required. The intake fee is based on the first 60 minute appointment and requires a $50 deposit in advance. All other appointment fees are based on a typical 45 minutes session. Payment is due at the time of appointment. To view our current fee schedule, as well as our financial policy in full, click on the button below. It will direct you to our client resources page.

Do you take insurance?

We do not accept insurance at this time. We highly recommend that you check with your insurance company to see if your plan allows for reimbursement of out -of-network claims. While you will be the one responsible for filing a claim, we will do our best to provide for you, upon request, the documentation required by your provider.

What is an Intake Session? Can I book one now?

 Your intake session is a time for the therapist to get to know you.  It is a time for you to share your concerns, history, and goals for therapy. It is a time to evaluate if it is a good fit. Your clinician will use the information gathered at this 60 minute initial appointment to create a plan of therapy that is unique to your situation.

Yes! You may book your initial appointment online using the button below or call us at 860.800.4758

What is my role as a parent/guardian in my child's counseling process?

You are the link between your child, their therapist, and all the external factors impacting their mental health. You are someone who can provide utilized information on academia, recreation, sleep and dietary habits, friendships, and familial relationships. You provide insight into the effectiveness of services as it displays outside of session, along with the encouragement to use coping skills outside of session. Should you be interested in connecting your therapist to your child’s school as an additional resource in IEP meetings or 504 meetings that can be arranged. Family counseling can also be scheduled.

Can I schedule a brief consultation call with the therapist? And if so, is it free?

Yes! Consultation calls are available at no charge for people who want to speak with the therapist before scheduling an appointment. These calls are about 10 minutes in length and are used to go over any initial questions that you may have about getting started. If you are interested in talking with someone by phone to see if it feels like a good fit, this option might be for you.

What is the best way to schedule an appointment?

  1. You can schedule an appointment online by clicking on the "Book Online Now!" button below where you’ll be directed to our client portal. 

  2. You can call our office manager during normal business hours (10-6), Monday through Friday, at 860-800-4758 to schedule over the phone.

  3. You can send an email inquiry to

However you choose to go about scheduling, our office is here to ensure that it’s a simple and easy process, and we are available to answer any questions you may have. 

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