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Providing clarity and courage to those fighting for hope. 

What is therapy?

Treatment aimed to help a person identify persistent mental and/or emotional problems with the hopes of increasing wellbeing.​

How do I know when to see a therapist? 

It may be time to see a therapist if you are experiencing persistent struggles that impact your wellbeing.

How much does therapy cost?

View our Codes & Rates to help determine how much therapy might cost for you. 

How long is therapy?

Each session is typically 45-60 minutes. Please note, however, that the treatment process is individualized, so the length of treatment  will often vary based on presenting concerns and the goals of the individual. Typically, there are more frequent sessions in the beginning.

The first session is an assessment that works to establish a diagnosis and trajectory of treatment. Be prepared to be as open and honest as possible in order to receive the most accurate treatment. 

What if I want to have others involved in my treatment? 

Collaboration within your community can promote healing. This can be done with your natural support system, and other community resources such as your PCP.  

Does my insurance cover therapy?

Therapy covered by insurance are those deemed medically necessary, meaning a medical diagnosis must be identified. We accept the following insurances:


Medicaid - Anthem, Etna, Better Health Kentucky, Humana, Wellcare, Passport by Molina, United Health Care 


Commercial - United Healthcare, Humana (Humana Healthy Horizons), Caresource, Anthem

What role does faith play in the treatment process? 

We are specialized in integrating your faith into your therapeutic process. Just let us know during your first session that this is a component you would like present in your treatment plan.

Can I do therapy online?

Yes. We participate in Telehealth and use HIPAA compliant platforms to protect your privacy.

How should I prepare for my first session?

Bring all of your intake documents, sent by the provider. We encourage you to make a list of symptoms and concerns, as well as pertinent information about personal history and your physical, spiritual, emotional state.

How do I make progress in therapy? 

Progress begins with identifying your concerns and goals. We can only help with what you are able to acknowledge. Seek to incorporate what you’re learning outside of sessions.

What is your stance on reporting concerns to authorities? 

We are mandatory reporters and must report any expressed abuse, neglect or exploitation acted upon others. 





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