WHAT TO EXPECT
Process for Scheduling Your Initial Appointment
Initiating services is often the most important step in creating change. We understand talking to someone about your concerns is not easy. We strive to make the process of scheduling your first appointment as easy and seamless as possible. We offer two ways, contacting our office directly or scheduling online below.
When calling one of our providers, you will be asked to provide an email address along with basic information about you or your child. Your clinician will send an email from our secure Patient Portal which will prompt you to enter detailed information about the reasons you are seeking services. Once completed, you will be able to schedule an appointment through the online portal at your convenience. If you are ready to start the process now, CONTACT US HERE.
The first appointment will be an opportunity to understand your concerns, gather relevant historical information, and develop an action plan.
We are not network providers for all insurance companies. Take a moment and view those insurance companies we currently are in network with here.
We are not medicaid providers and we are not in-network with United Health Care (UHC), CHI Narrow Network, Blueprint Health, Cigna (unless through Midlands Choice), or Medica
HOW DO I SCHEDULE APPOINTMENTS?
We understand that your time is valuable. Playing "phone tag" with offices and providers can take unnecessary time. Once your initial appointment has been completed, we have an online portal that individuals and parents can use to schedule appointments based on their avaibility.
HOW LONG DOES EACH THERAPY SESSION TAKE?
Sessions generally last 45-60 minutes. Perspective Behavioral Health provides prompt appointment times. You can expect your appointment to begin and end within the designated hour of your appointment.
WHAT KIND OF THERAPY DO YOU DO?
Our psychologists are highly trained providers of Behavioral, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Family Systems, and Interpersonal Process Therapy interventions.