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What is counseling?

Generally speaking, counseling is the process of meeting with a counselor to work through problematic beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behaviors. 

How is counseling different from talking to my friends or family?

It is important to have loving friends and family as a support system. However, counselors receive specialized training and use clinical skills to foster growth and change. Having an unbiased, objective, caring professional guide you as you work through emotions or behaviors, is vastly different from talking to a friend.

What services do you offer?

We offer a wide variety of counseling services in individual, couple, family, and group formats at different price points. We provide counseling for all ages, including children, adolescents, adults and seniors. We also provide Neurofeedback, Animal-Assisted Therapy and Medication Management.

How do I know if I need counseling?

There is a false belief that only “crazy” or “damaged” people need counseling. The truth is, the majority of people who seek counseling are ordinary people who are struggling with everyday human problems. If you are feeling stuck, using unhealthy coping mechanisms, grieving or just “not yourself”, you may benefit from professional counseling.

How do I know if I need medications?

There is no shame or failure if medications are necessary to assist you through a difficult time. Medications are usually helpful when counseling and lifestyle changes have been ineffective. If your symptoms are interfering with your daily life, it may be time to consider medications.

Where does the name Twelve-Two Christian Counseling come from?

The name, and our practice, is centered on a scripture from the Bible. Romans 12:2 says “And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.”

Do I have to be a Christian to be a client?

You do not have to be a Christian to be a client. We welcome everybody with open arms.

What is Christian Counseling?

Christian counseling is counseling that incorporates Biblical principles with psychology. All of our counselors are committed Christians who are well-trained on this integration.

What should I expect during a session?

No two people are alike, therefore therapy may look different for each of our clients. We tailor our counseling services to match the needs of our clients. You should expect to feel safe, respected and comforted as you work towards healing.

How long are the sessions?

The length of sessions varies, but most sessions are 45 minutes.

How long will I need counseling?

The length of time you are in counseling varies based on your goals for counseling and the nature of the presenting issues. Brief counseling (a few sessions) may be more appropriate for immediate issues, while longstanding and complex issues may require a long term commitment (months or years). For continuous personal growth, some may find that counseling is a recurrent process.

How much does counseling cost?

The cost of services varies from $100-$200 per therapy session. 

Do you accept my health insurance plan?

Because we strive to make our services affordable for all, we are out-of-network with all major insurance companies. We can provide you with a receipt (‘superbill’) for you to provide to your insurance company and possibly receive reimbursement. You may also be able to use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA) or Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) for payment.

Why do you choose to be an out-of-network provider?

We are confident that we are able to serve you better as an out-of-network resource for the following reasons:

  1. A diagnosis is required, as a part of your record, with insurance. This may affect different aspects of your life (ex: life insurance).
  2. We are able to provide highly specialized and personalized services beyond the constraints of insurance companies.
  3. Insurance companies can limit the number of sessions you are permitted, even if premature termination would be damaging.
  4. We are better able to keep your information private and confidential.
  5. In some instances, our cost may be less expensive than in-networks costs.
  6. If you change jobs, insurance plans or insurance companies, you may be required to switch counselors, even if it is not therapeutically beneficial for you to do so.

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