Most people have questions about counseling, hypnosis, and meditation. I’ve answered several frequently asked questions below but I may not have answered your question. Please contact me by phone or email with any other questions you may have.
What does each session cost?
When you call to discuss your issues you will be told the fees for each session.
How long is each session?
The first session is about 1 1/2 hours and all future sessions are one hour.
When do I pay?
You pay at the end of each session.
What forms of payment are accepted?
I accept personal and business checks, Visa, Discover, Master Card, and cash.
Does insurance cover your services?
I am not in any PPO or HMO. I am treated as an out of network provider. I provide you with a receipt with all of the information most insurance companies require. If any additional information is needed the company will contact me and I will provide it. Your insurance company may reimburse you for part of the fees. If this is a concern call your insurance company.
How many sessions will I need?
After discussing your needs on the phone I’ll be able to give you a rough estimate of the number of sessions, and after the first session I will be able to give you a more accurate estimate of the number of sessions.
What is hypnosis like?
Most people just feel very relaxed as they sit with their eyes closed. You will hear everything that I say to you and remember it as well.
After being hypnotized will I be able to drive home?
Yes, you’ll feel rested and refreshed.
How can I make an appointment?
For the first session call my office and leave a message with your name, reason for calling, one or more phone numbers, and the best times to reach you. You could also send an email to me with your phone number and a request for me to call you.
What are your hours?
My hours are Monday through Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm. Exceptions can be made for later times in the evenings and on Saturdays.
Is it hard to learn meditation?
No, it’s actually pretty easy to learn how to meditate. You will improve with practice.