!!!NO CURRENT ACTICE GROUP SESSIONS ARE BEING CONDUCTED!!!
!!!ONLINE COURSES COMING SOON!!!
!!!BOOKINGS ARE ONLY OPEN FOR INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS AT THIS TIME!!!
How to Book an Appointment?
New Clients: Select Book Appointment icon. Then choose your service (ex: Consultation, 60 Min Individual Therapy session, or Group Therapy session). If time is available, you will receive an email confirmation.
Existing clients: Refer to the book appointment icon under Book Online and choose wisely. :)
DBT Intensive Based Services:
Please fill out our referral form if you are:
a new client looking for assessment, treatment, or consultation, or
a physician, community partner, or mental health clinician looking to refer a new client
If you prefer, you may print and fax our printable referral form to 214-594-9045
Once we review the referral request, we will contact you within a week to review your referral information and discuss service options without charge. These may include one of the following:
Scheduling your first therapy session;
Scheduling a diagnostic intake assessment to determine if you are a suitable candidate for our skills group, or
Scheduling two one-hour intake appointments to form diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations
IMPORTANT NOTE: Information collected on the referral form will be sent directly to our secure clinic fax. In the event that no clinical service is provided for any reason, the information collected will be destroyed.
In-Network with: OON, Aetna, Optum, Optum/United EAP, Oscar Health Plan, Out of Pocket, Oxford, Oscar, United Healthcare (TX), UMR
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Health Service Act, health care
providers and health care facilities
are required to inform
individuals who are not enrolled in a
plan or coverage or a Federal health
care program, or not seeking to file a
claim with their plan or
coverage both orally and in writing of
their ability, upon request or at the
time of scheduling health care items
and services, to receive a "Good
Faith Estimate" of expected charges.
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate" ' explaining how much your
medical care will cost. Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who
don't have insurance or who are not
using insurance an estimate of the
bill for medical items and services.
-You have the right to receive a
Good Faith Estimate for the
the total expected cost of any non-
emergency items or services.
This includes related costs like
medical tests, prescription
drugs, equipment, and hospital
-Make sure your healthcare
the provider gives you a Good
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At least 1 business day before
your medical service or item.
You can also ask your health
care provider, and any other
the provider you choose, for a
Good Faith Estimate before
you schedule an item or
-If you receive a bill that is at
least $400 more than your
Good Faith Estimate, you can
dispute the bill.
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