KAREN KERSCHMANN, LCSW- CBT
PPO Insurance often covers cognitive behavioral therapy. Call your insurance company and ask: (1) the amount of your deductible and also (2) what percentage of behavioral health services they will cover for an out of network provider. Upon request, our office will provide a receipt.
Fees for this provider:
45-minute session: $140
90- minute session: $250
Our associate therapists provide sliding scale rates.
We all face many challenges in our lives. Along with demanding schedules, the increase in technology and expectations, more people need help to cope with their day to day lives. One method found to be helpful is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
KAYLA CORAZAO, LCSW
Fees for this provider:
45-minute session: $120
90- minute session: $200
As a licensed clinical social worker, I use a comprehensive approach considering how all aspects of a person’s life can impact overall well-being. I work people from all ages and backgrounds, and see individual dealing with any kind of problem or conflict within themselves, interpersonal, romantic, work, family, etc. The goal is to help gain insight into the nature of their situation, as well as help them develop the skills for taking action and making changes that help them feel in control and happier. Together we will use powerful tools to support your individualized healing path.
The atmosphere that is created in the therapy session is one of warmth, safety, and acceptance. I have a straightforward, interactive approach to treatment. I am passionate about my work and strongly believe in the healing benefits of psychotherapy.
JUWELL MCDOUGALL, ASW
Fees for this provider (sliding scale):
45-minute session: $50-$75
90- minute session: $100-$150
Ms. McDougall does not accept insurance.
Mrs. McDougall is under the supervision of Karen Kerschmann, LCSW LCS22451
Somehow, during our individual life journey, we become so consumed with the now, that we forget to address them. Meanwhile, in a society driven by instant gratification, we seldom have an opportunity to take time to acknowledge and address internal obstacles.
Bella comes to the office simply to give puppy love. There is mounting evidence that petting a dog just for a few minutes releases ‘feel good’ hormones. After you give Bella some of your time, it’s common to feel a welcome reduction in stress.