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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept insurance?

Expanse Counseling is a self-pay practice and does not accept insurance for direct pay. This allows for the best therapeutic approach to be taken without constraints from your insurance company. Many insurance companies will reimburse for mental health services with the submission of a superbill receipt. Upon request, Expanse Counseling can provide you with receipt of payment to be submitted to your insurance company.

  • Are counseling sessions in person?
  • Expanse Counseling provides in person sessions as well as telehealth options.
  • What forms of payment do you accept?
  • We accept all major credit cards, along with FSA and HSA cards and HRA accounts. For your convenience, you can enter your credit card information or HSA debit card info into our online portal prior to your first appointment, and keep it on file for future appointments.
  • What types of counseling do you offer?
  • Expanse Counseling offers a variety of counseling services including individual, couples, premarital, sex therapy, trauma recovery, depression, anxiety, identity development, grief, and LGBTQ specific issues.
    • How long does counseling take?

    • Counseling is a deeply personal journey, and the duration of counseling can vary widely from person to person. At Expanse Counseling, we understand that everyone’s needs and circumstances are unique, and we’re committed to providing the support and guidance you require, regardless of how long that journey may be. The duration of counseling is not determined by a fixed timeframe but rather by your individual goals, concerns, and progress. The duration of counseling is not determined by a fixed timeframe but rather by your individual goals, concerns, and progress. 

    • How do I know if counseling is right for me?

    • It’s important to remember that there is no “right” or “wrong” reason to seek counseling. The decision to engage in counseling is a personal one, and it’s driven by your unique needs, goals, and experiences. If you’re unsure whether counseling is right for you, we invite you to contact us for an initial consultation. During this meeting, we can discuss your concerns, goals, and determine the best path forward together.
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