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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you accept health insurance?
Our staff are professionally licensed by the State of Indiana. Thus, you may be able to obtain reimbursement for some or all of my fees. But, we do not bill health insurance companies directly. Our niche is actually to provide low cost services for people that don't have health insurance.
Do you accept credit cards?
You can use your credit card to send payments to us via PayPal. But, we do not currently accept credit cards at our office.
Do you accept court ordered clients?
Yes, court mandated, pretrial diversion, and voluntary clients are all accepted and treated equally with dignity and respect. We treat our clients like we would want to be treated.
Can you send reports to comply with out of state court systems?
Yes, we are very experienced with handling the necessary paperwork to comply with out of state court systems.
Can you help someone who doesn't think they have a problem?
Yes, of course. We are very experienced at helping individuals who don't think they have a problem. As long as they are willing to show up and attend our counseling, they have a good shot at success with our style of counseling.
Do you do individual counseling or just groups?
We can do either. Group services are much less expensive, but if you're willing to pay for it, we can provide services to you individually via one-on-one counseling. Group counseling is much less expensive because the hourly cost of professional staff and overhead are spread amongst a group of clients.
Can you send status reports to my (attorney....employer...probation officer, etc.)?
Yes, we believe accountability is vital when conducting effective behavior intervention programs. We provide timely documentation, usually by email or fax, reporting when a new client enrolls, when they complete, or when they violate the terms of their enrollment agreement. We report a change in status on a weekly basis and we provide monthly status reports automatically as a part of regular administrative procedures. But, all of your records are confidential, so you must first sign a Consent to Release information giving us written permission to send reports.