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SO, I WAS WONDERING...

"WHAT WILL THIS COST?"

Our services are competitively priced for our area, expertise, and years of service. Our clients consistently share that what we offer is good value. 

We are in-network with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina. At this time, Life Recreated is out-of-network with other insurance companies. We encourage clients to advocate for themselves in receiving the maximum amount possible in reimbursement from their insurance provider should you choose to pay out-of-pocket for services and submit a claim for reimbursement to your insurance provider. Insurance can potentially pay for the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness or substance use disorders; however, it is strongly recommended that you have a conversation with your insurance provider about what conditions are covered, what they will reimburse if you see an out-of-network provider, and what you are responsible for.

 

We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Venmo, as well as cash and checks. If you are on the fence about whether or not therapy may be right for you, please contact us to discuss a complimentary consultation.

"HOW LONG WILL THERAPY LAST AND HOW LONG IS EACH SESSION?"

Every client situation is different with unique personalities, motivation levels, resources, and relationships. While we cannot predict exactly how many sessions you will need, we recommend 7-10 sessions as an average for people coming to work through difficult circumstances. Research shows that those who benefit from therapy come more often in the beginning and then space sessions out as progress is made. Weekly sessions are recommended in the beginning. The initial assessment is usually 90 minutes, and on average most subsequent sessions are up to an hour. For those interested we offer 1 free 30 minute consultation by phone or in person to meet our staff, answer any questions you may have, or get acquainted with our space/location.

"I WORK DURING THE DAY AND I NEED SOMETHING AFTER HOURS. DO YOU HAVE EVENING OR WEEKEND HOURS?"

 We offer a limited number evening and weekend appointments to accomodate clients who cannot come in for services during regular business hours. These times are popular so please know that they fill up quickly. We also offer services via web conferencing or phone, for those who have trouble making it into the office because of distance or time constraints.

 Contact us to see if there is availability!


"WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THERAPY AND COACHING?"

In short, therapy is about healing and involves diagnosis and treatment by a healthcare professional. Some circumstances when therapy is used for an individual are: Anxiety, Depression, ADHD/ADD, PTSD, Grief/Loss, Alcohol and other Drug Misuse. Family Therapy can also be used to help families deal with these concerns. Some circumstances when therapy is used for couples include: Infidelity, adjusting to stress, dealing with conflict, overcoming intimacy or sexual dysfunction, moving through separation and divorce.

 

Coaching services are beneficial for those who are desiring change in a particular area of life, and who are not dealing with a mental illness or substance use disorder. Coaching is about movement or achieving goals, and is focused on improving performance, developing insight or skills, and can also be about transformation. Coaching can be for an individual, couple, or group. Examples of when coaching is helpful: Identifying and moving toward life or relationship goals, finding a new career path, enhancing communication, developing knowledge/skills/abilities to grow a business, relationship building within a family/company, and personal development, and ongoing personal or professional development.

"HOW DO I KNOW WHICH TYPE OF PROFESSIONAL I WILL NEED?"

There are many types of mental health professionals in the community, and deciding which is right for you can be daunting. Most licensed mental health professionals can diagnose and treatment many types of mental illness, relationship issues, and addiction. HOWEVER, just because someone can treat a condition does not mean they have the education, training, supervision, and experience to call themselves a relationship specialist or addiction treatment specialist. Research shows that one of the biggest indicators of success for clients in therapy is what is called the therapist/client fit. Our research-based recommendation is that you find a therapist that is right for you and that their specialty fits with your circumstance. For that reason we offer free consultations to help you make that decision.

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