please call 911 or the Mobile Crisis Unit at 1-844-395-4432
Families with OCD:
Please be advised, in order to remit payment from an insurance carrier, a mental health diagnosis will need to be assigned which remains a part of your permanent medical record.
Currently, we are contracted as an in-network provider for Cigna, United and Tricare for therapeutic services. Psychoeducational services are not covered by insurance.
Please contact Marianna Midkiff, Billing Administrator, if you have questions about fees or insurance. Her contact information is:
Phone Number: (239) 221-6370 – Extension 2
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Cancelation Policy –Your scheduled session time slot is valuable. If for any reason you need to cancel, it is required you contact your provider at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment. We reserve the right to charge the session fee for a cancelation within the 24 hours of the appointment.
Confidentiality – It is imperative that there is trust that the counseling session is a safe place to express your thoughts and feelings. Therefore, what is talked about in counseling is private unless there is a concern of safety. Caregivers will be informed of all reported and concerns of safety matters. You will also be assisted in managing the situation most effectively. When it is clinically appropriate, I highly encourage caregiver participation in treatment services. Caregiver participation can offer the necessary support for children outside the session and increase the effective communication in the parent-child relationship.
In light of our community health concerns, we have implemented further precautions such as:
Moving forward we ask that no sick children or adults be brought to the office even if they do not have appointments (siblings, friends from school, etc.)
Please bear in mind that if any of our team members are showing signs of illness/fever, they will also be sent home, which will have an effect on our schedule/appointments.
Please call our office should you have any questions at 239-221-6370 and also feel free to visit the CDC website www.cdc.gov for more information on how to keep you and your family safe.