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  • Can I get counseling online or over the phone as well?
    Yes! Besides receiving in person therapy services in our Denton, Texas office, many of our therapists offer counseling services online or over the phone, which can be a convenient option for individuals who may not have easy access to in-person treatment.
  • Do you have both female and male therapists?
    Yes! Neighbors Counseling, has both female and male therapists available. Take a look here,
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  • What is therapy like?
    Because each person has different issues and goals for therapy, therapy will be different depending on the individual. The therapist also can have different theories and techniques that can provide specific outcomes and areas of focus.
  • How long does counseling take?
    The length of counseling treatment can vary depending on the individual's specific needs and goals. Some people may only need a few sessions, while others may need ongoing treatment for a longer period of time.
  • What is counseling, and how does it work?
    Counseling is a type of mental health treatment that involves working with a therapist to address mental health concerns. It typically involves talking through thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in order to identify and address any challenges or issues that may be impacting an individual's well-being.
  • What happens during a counseling session?
    During a counseling session, the therapist will typically ask questions and listen to the individual as they discuss their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The therapist may also provide support, guidance, and insights to help the individual better understand and address their concerns.
  • How do I choose a therapist?
    Step 1: Filter our providers by the therapy service you required. Just click the button below! Step 2: Once you decide who you want to speak to, call us, or complete the form on the contact page for a call back, to schedule. 😎
  • Do I have to talk about my problems in counseling?
    Talking about your problems is an important part of counseling, but it's up to you how much you want to share. It's important to find a therapist you feel comfortable talking to, and to remember that the therapy relationship is built on trust and confidentiality.
  • Can I bring a friend or family member to counseling with me?
    It's generally not recommended to bring someone else to counseling with you unless the therapist specifically recommends it. Counseling is typically a private and confidential process, and it's important to have a safe and supportive space to discuss sensitive topics.
  • Can I switch therapists if I'm not happy with the one I have?
    Yes, if you're not happy with your current therapist or if you feel like the therapy is not helpful, it's important to speak up and discuss your concerns with your therapist. If necessary, you can also consider switching to a different therapist who may be a better fit for your needs.
  • Is counseling only for individuals, or can couples and families also participate?
    Counseling can be helpful for individuals, couples, and families. Many therapists offer counseling services for couples and families, which can be a helpful way to address relationship issues or other concerns that affect multiple people.
  • How do I know if counseling is working?
    There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the effectiveness of counseling can vary depending on the individual's specific needs and goals. However, it can be helpful to discuss your progress with your therapist and to take note of any changes you may be experiencing in your thoughts, feelings, or behaviors. If you feel like counseling is not helpful or is not meeting your needs, it's important to speak up and discuss your concerns with your therapist.
  • How can therapy help me?
    Therapists can provide support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping strategies for issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship troubles, unresolved childhood issues, grief, stress management, body image issues and creative blocks.
  • How do I know if I need counseling?
    There are many different signs that someone may benefit from counseling. Some common indications that someone may benefit from counseling include feeling overwhelmed, experiencing difficulty coping with stress or change, having difficulty managing emotions, or struggling with relationships or communication.
  • Will counseling solve all my problems?
    Counseling can be an effective way to address and resolve mental health concerns, but it is not a magic solution that can fix all problems. However, it can be a helpful tool for individuals to learn new coping strategies and develop healthier ways of thinking and behaving that can improve their overall well-being.
  • Is counseling only for people with serious mental health issues?
    Counseling can be helpful for individuals with a wide range of mental health concerns, including both serious and less severe issues. It can be especially helpful for individuals who are struggling to cope with stress, anxiety, depression, or other mental health challenges.
  • How is my privacy protected?
    We use a HIPPA compliant software and follow the ethical guidelines established by each therapist licensing board to provide confidentiality.
  • How do You provide informed consent?
    We provide informed consent of the nature and limitations of therapy, cancellation policies, confidentiality rights, and payment agreements to potential clients to be reviewed and signed electronically atleast one day prior to the first session.
  • How does insurance and self pay work?
    Many of our fully licensed therapist provide therapy "in network" with most major insurance companies. Our fully licensed and associate therapist under supervision offer self pay options based on the type of therapy and the therapist experience and traning.
  • How much does therapy cost?
    The cost of therapy depends on many factors like insurance, the therapist qualifications, experience, and specialities and the type of therapy i.e individual, couples, child/play, family or groups.
  • Which insurances do you accept?
    We accept Ambetter, Aetna, Anthem BCBSTX, CHIP, Cigna, Oscar, STAR, Superior Health, and United Health Care, and private pay.
  • Do you have a cancellation policy?
    Sessions can be cancelled up to one day prior to the day of a session. A Late Cancel fee of $40 will be charged after this time and a No Show fee will occur if no prior notice is given for a missed appointment.
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