A mental health therapist helps individuals who have normal and abnormal cognitive processes cope with difficult life events. Whatever the presenting problem may be, a counselor is there to help you through difficult times by providing you a safe environment to learn, explore, process, cope, grow and overcome daily challenges. Your therapist may also do assessments to diagnose and treat mental health. Please note that we DO NOT prescribe psychiatric medications. 

Due to the widespread of COVID-19, our clinicians are able to choose tele-health or in person counseling sessions. Although we currently have limited availability for in office appointments, scheduling depends on your needs and whom the best clinician will be for you. We want to ensure the health and safety of our employees and patients and do whatever anyone feels most comfortable and safe with. We have had the same success working with our clients both in person and remotely, however it is up to you how you would like to receive services.

Through audio and video over the internet, you can meet with your clinician on-the-go from your desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device (iOS or Android)—it’s your choice! Telehealth allows us to connect anywhere with secure and convenient appointments that save you time and hassle. There’s no need to worry about your health or safety when you can schedule and attend your appointments directly from a laptop or mobile device. Our telehealth system is HIPPA compliant.

The number of treatments will vary depending on the problem and individual. After a thorough assessment, your counselor will discuss treatment plan recommendations and allow you to choose how often you would like to come. Typically, therapy will start out weekly to build a rapport, explore presenting problems and learn ways manage independently. Once you are feeling confident, sessions are reduced to bi-weekly and then monthly.

You can get in touch by phone (248) 973-7958 or use the form under the contact page. For same day appointments, please  call by phone.

Please note that we may or may not be able to accept your insurance at this time. We do not accept Medicaid or Medicare at this location.

Great question. Please visit our Private Pay vs. Insurance page for more information.

Coverage and benefits for traditional therapy and counseling services change from one health insurance company to another and from plan to plan, but generally the following rules apply:

  • Reimbursement depends on your insurance plan and coverage for mental health services. Please call your insurance provider to inquire for more information.
  • In many cases, before you can get reimbursed by your insurance company, your therapist will need to diagnose you with a mental health disorder or issue. This diagnosis would be sent to the insurance company and recorded in your medical file.

If you consider using your health insurance, please check your coverage carefully by asking the following questions:

  • Do I have mental health insurance benefits?
  • What is my deductible and has it been met?
  • How many sessions per year does my health insurance cover?
  • Do you reimburse for out of network providers
  • My behavioral health / mental health provider has a SuperBill, can I submit for reimbursement

For those who do not have BCBS or BCN, please note that we do not bill insurance direct. You will be responsible for paying fees up front.

Counseling sessions are 45 to 60 minutes depending on the service provided.

Please visit our Rates page for more information

Please be sure to cancel within 24 hours of your appointment to avoid full charge of appointment. You can get in touch by phone (248) 973-7958 or use the form under the contact page. Please note that insurance does NOT cover the cost of missed appointment fees.

NO, we do NOT prescribe medications. However, we are able to conduct assessments to identify a diagnosis and coordinate care with your neurologist, primary care physician, or psychiatrist for medication management.