The real difficulty is overcoming the way you think of yourself. ~ Maya Angelou

  • What can I expect to get out of my session? +
    Counseling/therapy is a process in which you have the opportunity to share your thoughts and feelings in a safe, judgment-free place. You will not get advice or instruction on what to do, how to think, or what to say. Therapy is truly creating a relationship with a caring professional who will challenge your thoughts and collaborate with you to help you come to your own, safe, healthy conclusions. Sessions last between 40-45 minutes or 55-60 minutes.
  • How many sessions will I need? +
    Counseling/therapy is very unique to each individual. There are some people who will need four sessions and some who will need 14 or beyond. The therapist will work with you to create a goal/treatment plan. You will have sessions as long as it takes to complete 80% of the goal with the intention of you being able to continue progress on your own. Your therapist will equip you with coping skills and techniques to complete your goals with health, strength, and confidence.
  • What if I don't connect with my therapist? +
    We believe the most important part of counseling/therapy is to develop a safe and trusting relationship with your therapist. Keep in mind, therapists are human too. We were not designed to get along with 100% of humans out there. We do not take offense if you do not feel that connection. Please let us know so we can offer a referral to someone else. Our goal is to get you help, not simply keep you coming through the door so we get paid.
  • What happens if I can't make it to my session? +
    If you need to reschedule, we require a 24-hour notice so we can give your appointment to someone on our waitlist. If you cancel the day of, or no-show, the first one is free as we understand life happens. The second one is $20 and the third is $60. If you have three no-shows and/or late notice cancellations, we reserve the right to cancel future appointments until payments have been made and a plan put in place to reduce the issue of late cancellations/no-shows.
  • Is telehealth an option? +
    Some insurances do not cover telehealth services. If they do, or if you're willing to pay out of pocket, telehealth services are available to Nebraska residents. (We are not allowed to counsel across state lines unless you leave the state for vacation only.)