What are your fees?
Please refer to our FEE SCHEDULE on this website. Click on the corresponding service.
What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept the following methods of payments and enrolled with the following insurance panels:
- Alliance Work Partners
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Cigna Health
- Deer Oaks EAP
- Direct pay (cash and check)
- EAP Consultants
- Magellan EAP
- Network Advantage
- Superior Health
- United Behavioral Health
- UT Health EAP
- Value Options
- Well Care
- Traditional Medicaid
- Traditional Medicare
Will psychotherapy “work” if I’m the only one that attends?
Yes! Although it is my observation that problems are resolved more efficiently within the same context they stem from, great work that can be done an a micro level (individually). It is also my observation that families/spouses/children/boyfriends/girlfriends/etc. often join later when they witness the change in the person who is committed to psychotherapy.
How long is the psychotherapy?
To begin with each session is approximately 60 minutes. In the beginning of our process I prescribe weekly sessions within a familial context. My personal goal is to not have you in therapy “forever.” So as we diligently work through your struggles, the frequency of sessions shall transition from weekly to bi-weekly to monthly until your goals have been met. Overall length of treatment is dependent on the intensity of the presenting problem and the commitment of the patient.
How can I make an appointment?
You may complete this form or contact our scheduler Mary directly at 956.744.5137. Please have your insurance card readily available as well as the identified patient's demographic information (full name, DOB, address, etc.).
"My previous therapist/counselor would see me months apart. Do you do that?"
Absolutely not! I take pride in my highly structured approach. Once our scheduler, Mary, provides you with an initial intake session, that will be your time and date until treatment goals have been met. All treatments begin on a weekly session. We value consistency.
Am I really a candidate for psychotherapy?
Because psychotherapy is a process that promotes existential reflection, psychotherapy is for everyone (pardon the cliché). Psychotherapy is beneficial for everyone regardless of the intensity of their struggles.