* You can request an appointment online or contact us with questions by going to the "Contact" tab above. Our office staff is available at
(337) 504-4974 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Thurs, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Friday. Later hours and weekend appointments are available by appointment only.
Rates can range from $85 to $160 per session depending on the counselor and the services preformed. An option for private paying clients is to claim mental health as a medical expense tax deduction or claim services as an out of network provider if we do not accept your insurance at this time. We can also provide you with a Superbill, which is a claim that you file on your own through your private insurance provider to get reimbursed for your payment(s). Please call with any questions!
There is no charge for missed or canceled appointments provided 24 hours notice is given. In the case of late cancellations, as well as not showing up, you will be responsible for an $85 late fee.
We currently accept Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Aetna, Vantage, Gilsbar. Although we may not currently accept your insurance, there are many options to utilize your insurance with us. If you have an insurance that we do not accept, we can file the sessions for you so that you can utilize your out of network benefits. We are more than happy to discuss these options with you if you have any questions. Each insurance plan is different so, try to answer the questions below with your insurance company or give us a call and we can help if you have any difficulty understanding how this works.
You can check your coverage by asking your insurance provider these questions:
Visa, Discover, Mastercard, HSA, cash or check are accepted. Payment is due at time of the service.
There will be a 3.5% + .30 cent surcharge added to all debit and credit card charges.
Counseling for Adolescents, Adults, Couples and Families
Many clients elect to file third party insurance coverage for services given. We will file insurance claims for you, provided you authorize us to do so and provide us with the necessary information for filing such claims. It is our responsibility to inform you about compromising your confidentiality and privacy when complying with the requirements of insurance companies. The compromising of your confidentiality is standard in today’s marketplace whenever one chooses to use third party insurance coverage for services rendered. Fortunately the newly enacted HIPAA regulations do provide you an increased degree of privacy and confidentiality regarding your protected health information. Payors of care can no longer make full release of your mental health record, a condition for payment of your claims
Issues of Confidentiality and Privileged Communications with filing insurance claims: