Psychotherapy is a general term for treating mental health challenges by talking with a professional who specializes in mental health. In this case the professional would be referred to as a licensed professional counselor. Psychotherapy is used synonymously with other terms you may have heard such as counseling, therapy, and talk therapy.
The psychotherapy process can support individuals in learning about their unique personal experience. This includes learning what your specific mental health concern may be named if applicable. This clarity will offer both the mental health professional and the client a clearer course of action to reduce the client’s complaints of negative symptoms by learning appropriate coping skills and strategies for wellness.
- Cultural Identity Issues
- Life issues
- Life Transition
- Race-based Issues
- Women’s Issues
Yes, insurance is accepted. Currently accepted insurances are Aetna, Cigna and Optum. You will be guided through the process of insurance validation and co pay contribution. In addition to insurance there is the option for self-pay.
Yes. Psychotherapy is proven to help a wide range of mental health concerns. Some mental health problems are not specifically categorized as mental illness. This includes examples of situational stress, issues of conflict, and significant life change and transition. Other common mental health concerns that can be treated with psychotherapy include Anxiety disorders, Mood disorders (Depression or Bipolar Disorder), Addiction and Personality Disorders.
We service culturally diverse Adult BiPoc women at Kaneel Esthetic Therapy. Currently children, adolescents and males are not seen within the practice. However, we would be happy to help you find resources for services.
Prior to beginning services potential clients are required to complete a consultation meeting with the psychotherapist. This is a very brief meeting that will ensure that the psychotherapist is an appropriate match for the potential client. Fees for self-pay and how to properly verify insurance and co-pay fees will be discussed.