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Here you will find many different tools that may be beneficial for you. If you are unsure on how to use any of these resources, talk to your therapist for more information.

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  • What are the values of Accepted Therapy Services?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, we embrace values that are essential to the therapeutic relationship. Our team of therapists is committed to integrating these values into our daily practice and our personal lives. We are attentive to the sensitive nature of the therapeutic relationship and work diligently to engage in these values to serve our clients best. These values include: Acceptance - We want our clients to experience unconditional acceptance. It is important for our clients to know that they can communicate their innermost thoughts, feelings, and experiences without fear of judgment or rejection. Safety - At Accepted Therapy Services, we work hard to create an environment that feels safe for our clients. We know that emotional safety and physical safety are crucial for our clients to express vulnerability and feel supported. Genuineness - Our therapists believe it is important to practice authenticity. It is important for our therapists to be sincere, open, and honest. In doing so, our Therapists operate in accordance with each of our individual personalities, values, educational backgrounds, skill levels, and areas of expertise. Integrity - At Accepted Therapy Services, we value integrity in all of our operations, including the therapeutic process, client communications, billing, insurance, and other areas that demand professional responsibility. Our therapists are committed to providing services in a way that is honest, ethical, consistent, and transparent. Growth - It is our hope that through the therapy process, our clients gain insights that promote personal growth. It is also important that our therapists continue to grow personally and professionally. Our therapists actively seek to increase our professional knowledge and skills, and apply those concepts in our practice and in our personal lives. It is important to note that as Professional Social Workers, each of our Therapists practices Social Work in accordance with the NASW Code of Ethics expressed values: Service, Social Justice, Dignity, and Worth of the Person, the Importance of Human Relationships, Integrity, and Competence. For more information on the Code of Ethics in its entirety please visit: NASW Code of Ethics
  • What happens if Accepted Therapy Services is closed and I need help?
    Accepted Therapy Services is an outpatient clinic with no resources to address crisis situations or urgent needs immediately or outside of office hours. If you are in a crisis, please call 911 or your local emergency services or visit the closest emergency room. You may also reach out to the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline through phone or text by dialing 988 or online via chat.
  • Can I request to work with a specific provider?
    Yes! We want to know your preference! We recommend that you visit the “Meet our Team” page, and get to know our therapists so that you can make an informed decision on which provider you would like to work with. If you request a specific provider, we will do our best to honor your request. Please be aware that your choice of therapist may have limited availability or a waiting list. In these circumstances, you will be able to decide how to best proceed.
  • Do you provide therapy to individuals whose primary language is Spanish? Habla Español?
    As of now, none of the therapists are fluent in Spanish. We do have a translator on staff who can assist if needed. Please note that in-person sessions with a translator are only available in the Fort Worth office. Por el momento, ni una de las terapistas hablan español con fluidez. Sí contamos con un interprete del personal quien puede asistìr, si es necesario. Porfavor tome nota que las sesiones en persona con un interprete solo estan disponibles en la oficina de Fort Worth.
  • How do I contact Accepted Therapy Services? - Links
    There are several ways that you can contact Accepted Therapy Services. We are often in therapy sessions, and our clients sometimes find it easier to contact us by email! You can contact your therapist directly by emailing them: Nikki Dear, LCSW nikki@acceptedtherapy.com Jennifer Pearson, LMSW jennifer@acceptedtherapy.com Mark Richardson, LMSW Mark@acceptedtherapy.com Adam Horvath, LMSW adam@acceptedtherapy.com Shelby Davis, LMSW shelby@acceptedtherapy.com Christi Corfee, LMSW christi@acceptedtherapy.com Ashlee Cote, LMSW ashlee@acceptedtherapy.com Jesse Mitchell, LCSW jesse@acceptedtherapy.com Dequarios Overstreet, LMSW dequarios@acceptedtherapy.com Barbara Naylor, PLPC barbara@acceptedtherapy.com You can also reach out by phone. Fort Worth Office Number: 817-744-7424 You can contact Accepted Therapy Services through this website using the “Contact Us” feature at the top of the page. You will find a “Get in Touch” form where you can submit your name, email, and message. You can expect an answer to your message within 1-3 business days. You can contact Accepted Therapy Services anonymously through our Anonymous Feedback Form located here.You can use this form to submit feedback about your therapy experience or express any other concerns.
  • How do I contact my therapist?
    You can contact your therapist directly by emailing them: Nikki Dear, LCSW nikki@acceptedtherapy.com Lori Hodges, LMSW lori@acceptedtherapy.com Yvette Huddleston, LCSW yvette@acceptedtherapy.com Jesse Mitchell, LMSW jesse@acceptedtherapy.com You can call your therapist at the following numbers: Nikki Dear, LCSW: 817-744-7424 Lori Hodges, LMSW: 601-602-3624 Yvette Huddleston, LCSW: 601-602-3624 Jesse Mitchell, LMSW: 601-602-3624 You can also message your therapist through the TheraNest client portal: https://accepted.mytheranest.com/home/login
  • What if I have a complaint? - Needs Link
    If you have any complaints or concerns, you can reach out to your therapist or the owner, Nikki Dear. You can also contact Accepted Therapy Services anonymously through our Anonymous Feedback Form located here. You can use this form to submit feedback about your therapy experience or express any other concerns.
  • Where are you located?
    We have two locations! Hattiesburg, Mississippi 423 Weathersby Road Suite 240 in Hattiesburg, MS 39402 Accepted Therapy Services is located directly behind Vitamins Plus next to Turtle Creek Mall. From Hwy 98 West, take Weathersby Road (which runs next to Turtle Creek Mall). The road will veer to the right. On your left, you will see a shopping center called Willow Pointe at Turtle Creek, followed by Vitamins Plus. After Vitamins Plus, Turn left into the group of office buildings The parking lot will turn left and you will see our building at the end of the lot Suite 240 Lost? Call: 601-602-3624 Fort Worth, Texas: 7833 Oakmont Blvd. Suite 110, Fort Worth, TX 76132 Accepted Therapy Services is located at the back of the Oakmont Professional Building located at 7833 Oakmont Blvd, Fort Wort, TX. You can access the office in two different ways: If you drive around to the back of the building and enter through the back door, Accepted Therapy Services is the first door on the left. If you park in the front of the building, you may enter through the main door and proceed toward the back of the building. There is a glass door that says "Oakmont Counseling Center," Accepted Therapy Services is the first door on the right. Lost? Call: 817-744-7424
  • What are your hours of operation?
    Our typical hours of operation are 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. However, each therapist makes their own schedule and may have availability outside of these hours. There may be times during the hours of operations that your therapist is not in the office, if you do not have an appointment, please call before you stop by.
  • Do you accept walk-ins?
    No, an appointment is required to meet with any of the Accepted Therapy Services therapists.
  • Is your office wheelchair accessible?
    Both the Hattiesburg and Fort Worth offices are accessible for individuals who have disabilities.
  • Do you offer online sessions?
    Yes, all of the Accepted Therapy Services clinicians offer both in-person and telehealth clients. Online therapy takes place via a private, secure (HIPAA compliant) video platform. Even though we make our best efforts to ensure that the connection is secure, please be aware that any internet-based communication is not 100 % guaranteed to be secure. The benefit of online therapy is convenience and accessibility to therapists who may not live or work in your area. If you decide to meet via telehealth, please ensure you have a quiet, private space to talk to your clinician.
  • What is your COVID Policy?
    Accepted Therapy Services has implemented the following precautions to address COVID-19: · It is recommended that all affiliates of Accepted Therapy Services be vaccinated. · Masks are recommended for all affiliates who are not fully vaccinated. · All affiliates of Accepted Therapy Services, even if fully vaccinated, will be required to wear a mask if a client requests that one be worn. · Cleaning procedures are completed between each session and at the beginning and end of each day. · Clients or affiliates of Accepted Therapy Services should not present for in-person services if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. ·Telehealth services are provided for clients who are uncomfortable with in-person sessions.
  • Do I need therapy?
    We all have experienced moments of stress and anxiety in our lives. Many of us are no strangers to the emotional and mental challenges brought on by life’s demands. Most of have experienced or are experiencing problems with life transitions, issues at work, financial worries, relationship problems, or grief over the loss of a loved one. Some of us have experienced negative thoughts and struggle with self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. Some of us also engage in risky behaviors and struggle with addiction. Sometimes we can handle these challenges on our own or with the help of friends and family members we trust. However, many of us find it beneficial to get an objective point of view from someone outside of our circle. It may be helpful to talk to a therapist who is qualified to listen to our problems and help us find some relief through the therapy process. Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a common treatment for many mental health conditions. It can also help with day-to-day challenges and concerns. Not all psychotherapy is the same, and not all therapists offer the same services in the same way. Because there is a wide variation in both therapists and therapeutic methods, the therapy outcome for each person will depend on a number of factors, including therapist skill and client motivation.
  • What are the benefits of therapy?
    The primary benefit of therapy is to have an objective person to listen to your concerns and offer evidenced-based strategies for making improvements that address your concerns. Your therapist is someone who is “on your side” and who will work together with you in the therapy process. Your therapist will support you, challenge you, and provide insight into the areas of your life that you find challenging. Your therapist will tailor your treatment needs to your desired outcome, level of motivation, and ability to meet therapeutic challenges, enabling you to enhance your well-being and experience increased satisfaction in multiple areas of your life. Other benefits of therapy may include: Decreased Anxiety Decreased Depression Increased Self Esteem Better Decision-Making skills Increased Self-Worth Better Ability to Concentrate Increased Confidence Increased Self-Acceptance Improved Coping Skills Ability to Manage Stress Ability to Handle Anger Ability to Regulate Emotions Improved Relationships Increased Support System Ability to Set Boundaries Clearer Personal Goals Increased Insight into Past Experiences
  • Are there any risks to therapy?
    The risks of therapy can include: Therapy requires an extreme sense of vulnerability and a willingness to revisit painful experiences. As these experiences are recalled, you may experience some uncomfortable emotions, such as sadness, guilt, shame, anger, or anxiety. Because therapy often focuses on unpleasant and painful issues, it may seem like things are worsening. Remember that things often get worse before they improve. In order for therapy to be successful, change will be required. Most of the time, change is hard and uncomfortable (even when it is good).
  • How long will I have to see a therapist?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, the length of time you spend in therapy will vary based on your needs. Just as everyone’s life experiences and circumstances are different, the length that you will need to see a therapist is different for everyone. Some people just need help dealing with an immediate crisis or problem. Other people like to keep seeing someone to process life transitions, even after they feel stable or out of crisis. Your therapist will work with you to determine what is best for you.
  • How does confidentiality work?
    The therapeutic relationship is a confidential relationship where no information will be disclosed about you or the fact that you are receiving services from Accepted Therapy Services without written consent. Although we keep your information confidential, there are a few limitations to confidentiality. This means that your therapist may disclose confidential information without consent. The limitations to confidentiality include: Suicidal or Homicidal Ideations If you (the client) threaten or attempt to commit suicide or otherwise conducts yourself in a manner in which there is a substantial risk of incurring serious bodily harm then the proper authorities will be notified. If you (the client) threaten grave bodily harm or death to another person then the proper authorities and/or the person who harm is threatened will be notified. Abuse or Neglect If there is disclosure or reasonable suspicion that you (the client) or another named individual is the perpetrator, observer of, or actual victim of neglect, physical abuse, emotional abuse, or sexual abuse of children under the age of 18. I (the client) understand that my therapist is a mandated reporter and will be required to report the suspicion of or abuse to the Department of Child Protective Services in my state or the state in which the victim resides. If there is a disclosure or reasonable suspicion of elder abuse then a report will be made to the Department of Human Services in your state or the state in which the victim resides. If a report regarding suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, or abuse/neglect needs to be made, your therapist will try to notify you prior to the report being made; however, your therapist is not required to notify you prior making a report. Subpoena If a court of law issues a legitimate subpoena, the information, as specifically stated on the subpoena may be released. Staffing/Consultation The staff of Accepted Therapy Services staff weekly to make sure that you are getting the best possible care. All information that is shared during staffing is relevant to your care and necessary. Information is not shared just for conversational purposes. Occasionally, your therapist may need to consult with other professionals in their areas of expertise in order to provide the best treatment for me. Information shared about you, outside of Accepted Therapy Services, will be shared without using your name or any other protected health information (PHI). Non-Secure Communication It is not the practice of Accepted Therapy Services to provide therapy via text messages, emails, or other non-secure means. Information related to the scheduling of meetings or other appointments as well as information related to billing and payment may be communicated via non-secure means
  • How do I choose a therapist?
    We recommend that you visit the “Meet our Team” page, and get to know our therapists so that you can make an informed decision on which provider you would like to work with. A therapist is considered to be a good fit when you like your therapist, can trust them, and respect them. It is important for you to be able to get along with your therapist. Because we believe that a good fit is so important, we provide a free 15-minute consultation with the therapist of your choice. If you request a specific provider, we will do our best to honor your request. Please be aware that your choice of therapist may have limited availability or a waiting list. In these circumstances, you will be able to decide how to best proceed.
  • Do you offer a consultation call?
    All of the therapists at Accepted Therapy Services provide free 15-minute phone consultations. This call is designed to give you an opportunity to talk to your potential therapist, ask questions, and, if desired, get your first appointment scheduled.
  • Do I need a referral to your office?
    No! There are several ways to start receiving services from Accepted Therapy Services. To get started: You can contact Accepted Therapy Services through this website using the “Contact Us” feature at the top of the page. There is a “Get in Touch” form where you can submit your name, email, and message. You can expect an answer to your message within 1-3 business days. You can also reach out by phone to talk to someone about starting services: Hattiesburg, Mississippi: 601-602-3624 Lori Hodges, LMSW Yvette Huddleston, LCSW Jesse Mitchell, LMSW Fort Worth, Texas: 817-744-7424 Nikki Dear, LCSW
  • Do you accept walk-ins?
    No, all of the therapists at Accepted Therapy Services require an appointment.
  • How do I make an appointment?
    You can make an appointment via email or phone. If you choose to complete a consultation call, your therapist can get your first appointment scheduled during the call.
  • What do I need to do before my first appointment?
    Once your initial session is scheduled, your therapist will send you an invitation to the client portal, TheraNest. All intake paperwork should be completed prior to your first session. You will also need to send a copy of your insurance card, if applicable, to your therapist for benefit verification, prior to your first session.
  • What happens if I am late for a session?
    If you are late to your session, your appointment will still end at the original end time. Your therapist has the right to cancel the appointment if you are more than 10 minutes late.
  • What happens if I can not make it to my scheduled appointment?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, we require a 24-Hour Notice to cancel your appointment. We have an appointment reminder system that will text you the day before your appointment to confirm or cancel your scheduled appointment. You can use this feature to cancel your appointment without receiving a cancellation fee. You can also call or email your therapist to notify them of your cancellation. However, if you do not notify your therapist that you are canceling your appointment, you will be charged a “No Show or Late Cancellation Fee” of $75.00. It is important to note that insurance companies do not provide reimbursement for canceled sessions.
  • What is the cost of a therapy session?
    The standard fee for the initial intake and each subsequent session is $150.00 per session. A sliding scale is available if you do not have insurance coverage. You are responsible for paying at the time of my session unless prior arrangements have been made in writing. If you have insurance, your copayment or coinsurance is specific to your insurance plan. It is your responsibility to know your insurance benefits (including coinsurance, copayments, and deductible status). You are also responsible for the cost of services in the event that your insurance does not cover them (typically due to your deductible not being met).
  • Do you take insurance?
    Yes! Accepted Therapy Services is currently credentialed with the following providers: Aetna Blue Cross Blue Shield Cigna Magellan Tricare United Healthcare/UMR If you have insurance that is not listed above, please inquire. We do not accept Medicaid or Medicare.
  • What is my copay?
    Your copayment or coinsurance is specific to your insurance plan. Your therapist will do their best to verify your benefits and confirm your payment prior to your first session; however, it is your responsibility to know your insurance benefits (including coinsurance, copayments, and deductible status). You are also responsible for the cost of services in the event that your insurance does not cover them (typically due to your deductible not being met). If your insurance changes, it is your responsibility to let your therapist know, failure to do so may result in the entire cost of services being billed.
  • Do you have a sliding scale rate?
    We offer a sliding scale for individuals who do not have insurance or have Medicaid or Medicare.
  • How can I pay for my session/copay?
    Payment can be made in any of the following ways: Credit Card Cash Check CashApp Venmo There will be a convenience fee of $2.00 for each invoice that is paid for with a credit or debit card. To avoid this fee, you can pay with cash, check (made out to Accepted Therapy Services), Cash App ($AcceptedTherapy) or Venmo (@aceptedtherapy). Please note that any checks returned to Accepted Therapy Services are subject to an additional fee of up to $50.00 to cover the bank fee that is incurred.
  • Are there any other fees that I need to know about?
    Credit Card Transaction Fee There will be a convenience fee of $2.00 for each invoice that is paid for with a credit or debit card. To avoid this fee, you can pay with cash, check (made out to Accepted Therapy Services), CashApp ($AcceptedTherapy) or Venmo (@aceptedtherapy). Late Cancellation Fees A “No Show or Late Cancellation Fee” of $75.00 will be charged if any of the following occur: You are more than 10 minutes late to a session ‘ You miss a session without canceling, or cancel with less than 24-hour notice It is important to note that insurance companies do not provide reimbursement for canceled sessions; thus, you will be responsible for the portion of the fee described above. Book Fees Most of the therapists at Accepted Therapy Services have a personal library of books that is available if you wish to read on various topics that may be discussed during therapy. Books that are loaned to you should be returned within a reasonable time frame (two months maximum). If a book is loaned out and not returned within two months or is damaged upon return a fee of $25 plus the cover cost of the book, will be charged to my card on file. Court Fees If your case requires your therapist’s participation, you will be expected to pay for the professional time required even if another party compels your therapist to testify. It is important to note that insurance companies do not provide reimbursement for these fees and the fees must be received prior to your therapist becoming involved. The fees for court involvement are: Preparation of statement for an attorney or legal use: $200 Phone calls regarding legal issues: $50 for 15 minutes or $200 an hour Travel to court/attorney’s office: $25 minimum or $1 per mile. Testimony in court (including time spent waiting to be called as a witness): $250 per hour Other Fees A prorated fee will be charged for other professional services that you may require such as report writing, telephone conversations that last longer than 15 minutes, meetings or consultations which you have requested your therapist to attend, or the time required to perform any other service which you may request of your therapist. Accepted Therapy Services Collections Policy As of August 1, 2022, it is the policy of Accepted Therapy Services that balance accrual is not allowed. If you have a balance, speak to your therapist about a payment plan. Follow-up sessions will not be scheduled without a payment plan in place. For a balance that is more than 90 days past due, Accepted Therapy Services reserves the right to use an attorney or collection agency to secure payment.
  • What types of mental health issues do provide services for?
    Addictive Behaviors (shopping, pornography, etc.) Anxiety DisordersDepressive Disorders Mood Disorders Personality Disorders Self-Harm/Suicidal Ideation Substance Abuse Trauma and Grief You can learn more about our individual therapists and the types of issues that they treat by visiting the “Meet Our Team” page. We encourage you to reach out to a therapist at your desired location to inquire about your specific needs.
  • Are there any types of mental health issues that you do not provide services for?
    Yes, we do not treat any of the following conditions: · Developmental disorders · Psychosis (including substance induced · Autism Spectrum Disorder · Brain Injuries In addition, we will not provide services to anyone (even if they are an existing client), who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol during their session.
  • What type of therapy do you provide?
    Each therapist at Accepted Therapy Services has different specialties and modalities that they draw from. Our therapists typically use techniques derived from the following types of therapy: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) Exposure Therapy Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Psychoanalytic Motivational Interviewing Reality-Based Solution Focused Talk Therapy Trauma-Informed And more! You can learn more about our individual therapists by visiting the “Meet Our Team” page. We encourage you to reach out to a therapist at your desired location to inquire about your specific needs.
  • Do you provide therapy for adults?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, we believe that an adult’s mental health is essential to their overall well-being. Therapy services for adults can improve emotional health and interpersonal relationships. We have therapists in each location that provide individual therapy services to adults. We offer a wide range of treatment techniques and therapeutic interventions for the adult population. Each Therapist at Accepted Therapy Services is committed to expanding their therapeutic knowledge base and increasing their skill set to better meet the needs of the clients we serve. Each of our therapists is uniquely qualified to treat specific problem areas among different populations. You can learn more about our individual therapists by visiting the “Meet Our Team” page. We encourage you to reach out to a therapist at your desired location to inquire about your specific needs.
  • Do you provide therapy for children or teens?
    It is the policy of Accepted Therapy Services not to provide treatment to a child under age 13 unless the child agrees that information can be shared, when necessary, with a parent. For children 14 and older: An agreement between the child and the parent/guardian allows the therapist to share general information about treatment progress and attendance. This agreement also allows the parent/guardian to receive a treatment summary upon completion of therapy. All other communication will require the child’s agreement unless there is a safety concern. Accepted Therapy Services will make every effort to notify the child of any intention to disclose information ahead of time and make every effort to handle any objections that are raised. Each Therapist at Accepted Therapy Services is committed to expanding their therapeutic knowledge base and increasing their skill set to better meet the needs of the clients we serve. Each of our therapists is uniquely qualified to treat specific problem areas among different populations. You can learn more about our individual therapists by visiting the “Meet Our Team” page. We encourage you to reach out to a therapist at your desired location to inquire about your specific needs.
  • Do you provide therapy for couples or marriage counseling?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, we recognize that there are unique challenges experienced by married individuals/partners/couples. We understand that communication, trust, and the mental health of each individual are essential to the overall health and well-being of the relationship. Each Therapist at Accepted Therapy Services is committed to expanding their therapeutic knowledge base and increasing their skill set to better meet the needs of the clients we serve. Each of our therapists is uniquely qualified to treat specific problem areas among different populations. You can learn more about our individual therapists by visiting the “Meet Our Team” page. We encourage you to reach out to a therapist at your desired location to inquire about your specific needs.
  • Do you provide Christian Counseling?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, we embrace many spiritual or religious practices that promote individual well-being and enhance the therapeutic journey. We understand that, to some, spirituality, religion, church, prayer, mindfulness, and meditation are beneficial to the healing process. If you wish to incorporate your belief system into your treatment, you are encouraged to speak with your therapist.
  • Do you provide therapy for LGBTQIA individuals?
    Accepted Therapy Services is a LGBTQIA+ Safe Space. At Accepted Therapy Services, we recognize that there are unique challenges experienced by LGBTQIA+ individuals and we desire to be supportive of you.
  • Does Accepted Therapy Services prescribe medications?
    No, there are no therapists at Accepted Therapy Services that can prescribe or adjust any medications. If you need medication management in addition to therapy, we will be happy to refer you to a provider who can manage your medications.
  • Does Accepted Therapy Services conduct psychological testing?
    No, we do not provide psychological testing. If you need psychological testing, we will refer you to a provider who can assist with testing.
  • Does Accepted Therapy Services make referrals?
    Yes! We want to make sure that your needs are being met, even when that means that we can not meet them. If we see that you need a higher level of care (inpatient or residential treatment), we will make a referral to an appropriate treatment center.
  • If you refer me to a higher level of care, does that mean I can’t work with you anymore?
    Not at all! If you are referred to a higher level of care, you can continue working with your therapist once you are discharged or are in need on an outpatient therapist again.
  • Will you provide a statement for me to have an emotional support animal?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, we want to make sure that we are meeting your needs. If you require an emotional support animal (ESA), we will assist you in the process after a minimum of six months of active services. This service is only available to active clients who meet the criteria for an emotional support animal.
  • Will you provide statements for me in my application for Social Security Disability benefits?
    At Accepted Therapy Services, we want to make sure that we are meeting your needs. If you require documentation for SSI benefits, we will assist you in the process, if requested, after a minimum of six months of active therapy services. This service is only available to active clients.
  • Will you provide a legal statement for me?
    If you anticipate becoming involved in a court case, please make your therapist aware as soon as possible, especially if you need your therapist to be involved. It is a good idea to discuss any pending legal involvement with your therapist before waiving the right to confidentiality. If your case requires your therapist’s participation, you will be expected to pay for the professional time required, even if another party compels your therapist to testify. It is important to note that insurance companies do not provide reimbursement for these, fees and the fees must be received prior to your therapist becoming involved. The fees for court involvement are: Preparation of statement for attorney or legal use: $200 Phone calls regarding legal issues: $50 for 15 minutes or $200 an hour Travel to court/attorney’s office: $25 minimum or $1 per mile. Testimony in court (including time spent waiting to be called at witness): $250 per hour
  • How do I access the client portal? - Needs Link
    After you have been invited to the TheraNest Client Portal, you can access your client portal here.
  • What do I use the client portal for? Needs Link
    The client portal can be used to: Submit intake paperwork, or other forms as requested Make or cancel an appointment Contact your therapist Add a new credit card Add new insurance information Make a payment on your account Update your personal information Print invoices or superbills To learn how to do these things, you can visit the TheraNest help desk locatedhere.

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