Why Come to Counseling?
Deciding that it is time for counseling can be a difficult decision. Whether you are struggling with school, having a big change in your life, or just struggling with day to day activity, having someone to be able to connect with can play a big role in your mental health. Knowing that each week or month there is a person that you can come and discuss your struggles can provide comfort. Whether it is setting goals for yourself to accomplish or having a familiar face to talk with, we are here to help.
More About Counseling at Willow Path Counseling Services
Why Choose a Therapist at Willow Path Counseling?
We can sit here and tell you all about how experienced we are, how we have worked with all individuals and many mental health concerns, but when you look for a therapist, is that the most important thing that you look for? Maybe it is, or maybe you are looking for a therapist that you can relate to, that provides a warm and inviting environment. Maybe you want someone that can throw all rules aside and when you are having a bad day/week can be there just to listen. If you can relate, then Willow Path Counseling is the right place. We are here for you, we don’t judge and don’t have our own agenda on how your counseling sessions should be. We are here to let you direct your counseling sessions, provide guidance and support along the way. Feel free to call us and we can talk more about how to set up your first session. We look forward to meeting you.
What Can I Expect?
Coming to therapy can be an overwhelming experience. Your first session is about getting to know you and why you decided to come to therapy. We want to get to know you, and of course you can ask us questions too. Once we understand why you came in, then we will discuss what you want to get out of your counseling sessions. We are here to help you get the most out of each session.
We accept private pay and some therapist do have a sliding scale. We accept most major insurance plans: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Blue Care Network, United Health Care, United Behavioral Health, United Health Community Plan, Medicare, Multiplan, McLaren, Tricare, ASR, Cigna, Humana, Priority Health and some managed care plans.