Facts & Questions

Managing your mental health can be complicated and full of roadblocks. We’re here to answer your most pressing questions so you can continue on your counseling journey without confusion.
If you have any further questions, we invite you to contact us.

What can I expect from therapy?

At Live Well, you’ll be met with a human who seeks to understand you. As we get to know you, we'll customize a treatment plan that aligns with your goals. We begin by helping you build skills, find ways to self-regulate, and learn the workings of your nervous system. As we build safety and trust in our relationship, we then move into the deeper work of healing. For more information on what that looks like, please see our Therapeutic Approaches page.

How often will we meet for therapy?

To maintain momentum and continuity in treatment, we encourage weekly meetings. However, we know people are busy, and we can also accommodate sessions every other week. If you're hoping to do more work at once, we encourage you to look at our intensive options.

Will we meet virtually or in person?

We offer both in-person and virtual therapy options to accommodate your needs.

How long will I need to be in therapy?

It’s normal to want a specific timeline to serve as a finish line to feeling better. However, every person comes to therapy with unique past experiences and hopes for the future, and goals for therapy vary. We encourage you to consider the value in the therapy process – the revealing of old ways of being and the unfolding of new ones more closely aligned with who you're meant to be. We walk alongside you as you deepen your understanding of yourself and gain skills that help you feel better in the world. Along the way, you can count on your therapist to check in with you about your progress and next steps.

Do you take insurance?

We do not accept insurance and would be considered “out of network.” When you become a client, you'll receive a monthly superbill. This document will contain all the information you need to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. Please note that not all therapy is reimbursable. You will need to contact your insurance company to determine the details of your coverage.

Do you take Medicaid?

We are not a Medicaid provider, and as a friendly word of caution: If you have Medicaid and decide to pay for services yourself, this will put you at risk of losing your Medicaid benefits. Please let us know if you need help finding a Medicaid provider. We're more than happy to make a referral!