Have you Experienced a Traumatic Event?
With Rebecca Inman
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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder is a diagnosis that a doctor or mental health professional will give someone who has experienced a traumatic event. No one should ever feel shameful that they have received such a diagnosis after they have experienced a traumatic event or a series of traumatic events.
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder does not discriminate and is not strictly related to serving in a war. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a diagnosis that can be given to veterans as well as non-veterans. If you have experienced a traumatic event and suspect that you have Post-traumatic Stress Disorder or have been given the diagnosis previously, please reach out and contact our office for a free consultation.
There are many advance treatments that are now available for individuals who are suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. Please reach out and contact a mental health provider or your doctor. You do not have to suffer alone. If you feel that you may harm yourself, please call 911 immediately.
Frequently asked questions
We do not accept any insurance at this time. We will most likely never accept insurance due to the information that is reported to the MIB or Medical Information Bureau. We also do not want to have our counseling sessions dictated by an insurance carrier.
Our fees vary and begin at $80 per 50-minute session for individual therapy. Couple’s counseling is $100 per 50-minute session, and Family Mediation is $175 per hour. We accept cash, check and all major credit cards.
Our office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 to 5:00. We do not have any weekend hours. Counseling is available through an online HIPAA compliant portal. Counseling cannot be done through texting or email.
As a faith-based counselor, we encourage our clients to share their specific faith and religion. We tell our clients that we want them to be comfortable and to feel welcomed. We offer faith-based counseling as well as traditional counseling for individuals who are either agnostic, indifferent or struggling with their religious views.