Services

Daytime appointments as well as limited evening and weekend sessions are available per your therapist’s schedule.

Session Types

Individual, couples, and family therapy sessions are typically scheduled for a 45-minute time period. A longer session time is recommended for complex situations such as crisis intervention, or clearing trauma. If you request a longer session, the hourly rate will be adjusted accordingly. Please check with ARI regarding your interest in groups for addiction recovery, premarital, or anger management skills. Consulting, presentations for seminars and events, and executive coaching are also available.

 

Fee Structure

Fee schedule varies according to the therapist’s specialty areas, licensure/certifications, and years of experience.

 

  • Counseling Interns: Intake fee of $135, session fee of $100
  • Emily Sessions or Jermaine Sullivan: Intake fee of $150, session fee of $100
  • Tracey Van Dyke: Intake fee of $150, session fee of $125
  • Jennifer Kuck or Marilyn Witbeck: Intake fee of $175, session fee of $150
  • Milena Garcia Skollar: Intake fee of $200, session fee of $175

 

We accept cash, credit/debit card, or personal/business check. Payment is required on the date of service. A limited number of sliding scale payment options are available, based on financial need. We request 24-hour advance notice to cancel or change an appointment. A full session fee will be charged for no-shows.

We are not contracted with any insurance providers. Upon request, we will provide you with a superbill / receipt for services that may be used to submit for reimbursement with your insurance provider according to your benefits. Please note that we do not complete any insurance paperwork.

FAQs

 

What can I expect from therapy at ARI?

 

Our therapists are affirming and empathetic, and will challenge you at times. We create a safe space where you will learn to utilize your strengths to overcome the issues you are facing.

 

What can I do if I want couples counseling, but my partner refuses?

 

Some partners fear they will be criticized and blamed for the problems in the relationship. You may find that after starting treatment for yourself, your partner becomes more open to the process.

How do I know if my child needs therapy?

We recommend an assessment for any child having trouble functioning at home, school, or in social situations. Seek immediate treatment for all safety issues including thoughts of harming self or others and for symptoms of depression, anxiety, anger, aggression, or distress.

How long will I be in therapy?

Therapy can be very short-term or may be longer, depending on your desired outcomes. Communicating with your therapist about your progress and expectations will expedite the process.

Can I talk with a therapist before my first appointment?

New clients often wish to speak with the therapist prior to the first session. Call our offices for a brief consultation.

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