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The difference between a therapist and a doctor is the type of education in which they have specialized. Doctors typically specialize in the medical aspects of health. It is their job to prescribe medications and know the impact on your body and biological functioning. Therapists specialize in counseling. It is their job to help you see your problems many different ways, teach coping skills, and help you work through all the possible solutions.

We offer a Premarital Counseling Workshop 1x per month on a Saturday. For more information, please visit www.AtlantaPremaritalCounseling.com. Certificates of completion are given out at the end of the day.

Yes, we take our last client at 8pm Monday – Friday. On Saturdays we take our last client at 4pm.

Yes, our interns have completed all their coursework in a masters program. Now they are here with us gaining their field experience. Our interns spend 2 hours per week with a supervisor ensuring that they give our clients the best care available. Our clients receive the wisdom of 2 therapist for the price of 1.

Yes, there is a cancellation policy. We ask that you give us a 24 hour notice when you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment to avoid penalty. The cancellation fee is $75.00, but we understand that sometimes life just happens so everybody gets 1 free miss.

No worries! If you don’t have insurance you can pay out of pocket. We ask that you pay $50.00 for your 1st session. Once you have met with your therapist, you two can develop a plan that works within your monthly budget depending on how often you need to meet to obtain your goals.
If we do not accept your insurance, you will simply need to call your insurance provider and find out what your out-of-network benefits are. If you do have out-of-network benefits, we can simply bill your insurance provider and you will only need to pay a copay.

Yes, If you have Aetna, BCBS, Humana, Magellan, or TriCare you can use your insurance. Simply call your insurance carried and ask them the following questions.

  • Do I have Behavioral health coverage?
  • What is my co-pay for outpatient behavioral health sessions?
  • Do I have a deductible to meet before my insurance coverage will pick up?
  • How many session does my plan cover?
  • Does my plan require that I have referral from my primary care physician?