A. Our office is directly across from The First United Methodist Church in downtown Jasper at 300 18th Street, Suite 101. Look for the green door.

Q. How can therapy help me?

A. Psychotherapy Can Offer Many Benefits, Including But Not Limited To:
  • Developing skills for improving your relationship with yourself and others
  • Gaining new ways to cope with stress, anxiety or other physical or emotional challenges
  • Learning new and effective problem-solving skills
  • Attaining a better understanding of yourself, your life goals and values
  • Managing depression, grief, anger and other challenges
  • Understanding yourself and living more authentically
  • Strengthening communication skills
  • Gaining insight from unresolved childhood issues
  • Replacing old and ineffective patterns of behavior with new ones
  • Discovering new ways to resolve relationship issues
  • Boosting your self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Feeling acknowledged and supported

Q. Do you take insurance?

A. If you have private health insurance, contact your insurance company to find out what percentage they will reimburse you for services provided by a Licensed Professional Counselor.

Q. Can you prescribe medication?

A. We are licensed professional counselors and do not have the ability to prescribe medications. If you need medication, we will refer you to a psychiatrist with whom we will collaborate on your care.

Q. Do you accept Medicaid or Medicare?

A. Not at this time.

Q. I’m worried about telling details about my life. What if it gets out somehow?

A. Confidentiality is your right by law. Everything discussed is completely confidential. No one, including parents, relatives, friends, or other staff has access to your information without your written consent. The only exceptions are suspected child abuse, threats to harm self or others, emergency hospitalization, or civil law suits when one’s mental state is an issue in the case.