We are currently accepting the following healthcare plans:
We ask that you be prepared with insurance information when scheduling your initial appointment. Our front staff will verify insurance coverage for you prior to your appointment for eligibility and Co-pay information. If you have any questions about specific insurance coverage, follow up with our insurance company prior to your appointment. We will file all insurance claims for you, but be advised that you are responsible for your account and any account balances, deductibles, and co-payments. Accepted Insurance plans may be subject to change, contact our office to confirm such information. We also have special pricing for Self-Pay patients, contact our office for more information.
First, you will need to call our office to schedule an appointment for an Initial Intake with our clinician. After you have scheduled an appointment with our front office staff, you have the opportunity to print out and complete the New Patient Paperwork and bring it with you to your initial appointment. Completing this paperwork in advance will help save you time in the office at your appointment and allow you to be seen more quickly. We also ask that you bring any pertinent information to your initial appointment, including but not limited to: Photo I.D., Insurance card, previous Psychological Reports or Individualized Education Plans from your child's school. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact our office, (706)221-0112, during regular business hours and one of our front office staff members will assist you.
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We ask that you arrive 15 minutes early to your scheduled appointment. This will allow our staff to prepare the chart and get any additional information, such as Insurance Card, Photo I.D., and any applicable Co-payment.
Your Initial appointment is your opportunity to meet with and begin building rapport with our clinician. Regardless of the type of services you wish to receive, meeting with our clinician will give you the opportunity to discuss your concerns and reason for the meeting. Be prepared to answer questions about yourself and/or your child such as medical history, past problems and history of treatment. The initial meeting is also your opportunity to ask the clinician about any questions you may have. Once you have met with the clinician and based on the information given, she will decide whether to proceed with a psychological evaluation or therapy.