Counseling is a collaborative effort between the counselor and you. While we can’t “fix” your problems, we strive to create a supportive environment to help you to create practical solutions. We will work together to set goals that focus on where you are and how to get you to where you want to be. Whether that means improved self esteem, decreased emotional distress, improved communication skills and/ or relationships, or to promote behavioral change and optimal mental health. Change is hard. Allow us to support you in your time of need.
What are the benefits of counseling?
We offer a supportive environment that will assist you to:
Improve communication and relationships
Better manage your emotions
Increase self esteem and self acceptance
Support and guide you through difficult life transitions
Assist in changing problematic behaviors
Improve mental health
Decrease stress and anxiety
Improved problem solving abilities
What is your client confidentiality policy?
All information shared during counseling sessions is private and confidential. We value your privacy. We will not disclose any confidential information without your written consent to do so. Please be aware that there are legally mandated exceptions to confidentiality which include:
Information shared involving immediate danger to self or others
Information related to the abuse or neglect of a child or vulnerable adult
Information from case files that may be subpoenaed by a court of law
How do I schedule an appointment?
Please call us during normal business hours at 313-444-1130 or send us a message on our contact page.
What are your hours?
Normal business hours are Monday through Saturday 8 am to 4 pm. Evening and Weekends available.
How much does it cost?
Initial Counseling Intake (60-90 mins) - $175
Individual session (50 minutes) - $160
Couples or Family Therapy session (50 minutes)- $160
Group Counseling (60 minutes) $30-45
No show/cancellation within 24 hours $40
Fees are subject to your individual insurance plan contracted rate
Payment is due at the time of service. Payment will be asked at the beginning of each session. Acceptable forms of payment are: exact-amount cash or credit/debit card. Clients will receive an invoice including any needed information to send in for insurance reimbursement upon request.
What are "Good Faith Estimates"?
All counseling clients have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for services per federal law as of January 1, 2022. A Good Faith Estimate explains expenses you can reasonably expect to pay for your mental health care services if you are uninsured or choose not to use your insurance.