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What is the difference between a Marriage & Family Therapist and other counseling professionals?
Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) are trained in systemic, or relational, therapy and believe that throughout life we exist in a number of relationships that directly and indirectly impact our well-being. Our relationships with family, friends, co-workers and neighbors influence and create our individual experience. Research and theory have shown that mental illness and family problems are best treated in the context of relationships.
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What states are you able to provide therapy in?
Our therapist is licensed in the states of Georgia, Texas, and North Carolina. We are able to provide services to legal residents of Georgia, Texas, and North Carolina.
Do you take insurance?
We take insured GA residents via this link. We also offer private pay for NC and TX residents and for GA residents that wish to pay for services without insurance involvement.
Do you offer sliding scale rates?
The current rates are fixed rates. These rates were developed with individuals in mind.
Do you provide face to face services?
At this time all services are provided virtually, via Psychology Today. The video sessions are HIPAA compliant. This allows for me to continue to keep my rates affordable and accessible for individuals.