What do I do when I want to schedule a session & do you accept insurance?
Call (240) 470-9404 to set up an appointment or e-mail email@example.com. I am currently an out of network provider, meaning I provide a receipt that you submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. This helps protect your privacy and provides you the highest quality of treatment.
I am unsure if I want to schedule an appointment. Is there a consultation I could try first?
Absolutely! Call or e-mail me for a phone consultation. We can discuss what you are currently struggling with and if setting up an assessment would be your best option. After the consultation you can decide whether you’d like to set up an appointment.
What can I expect during my first session?
During our first session we will go over paperwork, discuss the counseling process, your background, history and recommendations. It lasts an average of 50 minutes to an hour.
I believe my daughter may have an eating disorder. Should I set up an appt. for her?
Having a loved one struggled with an eating disorder can feel very isolating and hopeless at times. It’s recommended to do a phone consultation to see where your daughter is and what level of treatment is most beneficial for her healing.
I have a high profile job and am worried about seeking counseling. What should I do?
This is something that is common near the Washington D.C./ Fort Meade area. If you are concerned about confidentiality and seeking help I would recommend seeking out a free phone consultation so we can discuss in detail your concerns and measures taken to protect your confidentiality.
How do you accept payments?
I accept credits cards, checks and cash. All checks can be made out to Collide Behavioral Health.