No, we do not accept clients who are not a good fit to work with us, who aren’t ready to make a commitment to therapy and accountability, who are disrespectful to our staff, or who aren’t willing to adhere to our company policies.
No, insurance does not view this as a medically necessary service.
No, this is not a medical service.
We accept coaching clients who live all over the world. For psychotherapy, we can only accept clients who are located in the state of New York at the time of their service.
Coaching can be provided by anyone with a particular skill set and/or lived experience. Coaching is not a licensed profession and is not a healthcare service. Coaching is generally short-term and future-focused, whereas therapy can be long-term, is provided by licensed professionals only, can render a diagnosis, and is considered a healthcare service.
Therapists are required to undergo rigorous education, training, and continuing education. Therapy can target past experiences such as trauma that contributes to current symptoms and views.
No, however, we have several referral relationships with practices in the area who do prescribe medication who we trust and have been thoroughly vetted.
We have always provided both telehealth and in-person services, though in-person services were halted due to the pandemic. We are planning our return for office work to be July, 2022.