• What is your new patient process?

    The following is a brief overview of our new patient process:

    1.  Our new patient process begins by talking with our Intake Coordinator. They will gather your contact information, insurance information, and a brief overview of the reason you are seeking services. This information is used to ensure we can find a clinician best suited to meet your needs with availability in their schedule for new patients.

    2.  Once the information is gathered, we work internally to do a benefit check on your insurance and check with the clinicians for availability. This process can take up to 2-3 business days.

    3.  After hearing back from the clinicians, we will reach out to you to follow up to discuss scheduling options and review your insurance benefits. We always recommend that you also contact your insurance provider directly as they do not guarantee the information they provide to us.

    If you are interested in becoming a new patient, you can contact our Intake Coordinator directly by calling 608-274-0355, option 2.

  • What kind of mental health professional should I see?

    Mental health providers offer different services based on their licensure and specialties. Here are some general definitions for each provider type at our clinic:

    Psychiatrists: These are medical doctors who specialize in mental health. While many provide some psychotherapy services in session, their main focus is finding and prescribing medications that best aid in your treatment.

    Psychologists: These professionals have PsyD’s or PhD’s in the field of psychology. Some psychologists provide therapy in session in order to help their patients. Other psychologists may specialize in psychological and/or neuropsychological testing in order to clarify a diagnosis or provide assessments for professional settings. Please see our psychologists’ individual pages for details on what services they offer.

    Licensed Clinical Social Workers: These professionals have master’s degrees in social work that are trained in psychotherapy services. They work directly with their patients(clients?) in therapy to help them manage different mental health issues.

    Licensed Professional Counselors: These are professionals with Master’s degrees in mental health counseling. Like some psychologists and LCSW’s, these providers work with their clients in session to address their mental health concerns with psychotherapy and varying treatment modalities.

    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist: These are professionals with master’s degrees in mental health counseling and/or Marriage and Family Therapy. While they have some overlap with LPC’s, LCSW’s and some Psychologists, they also have special training when it comes to family systems and/or relationship dynamics.

  • Will Insurance cover my services here?

    Insurance coverage varies by plan and whether the provider is contracted with the insurance. While our billing staff is happy to assist you with any of your specific billing needs, your best resource to determine coverage will always be your insurance company. They have detailed information on which providers and services are covered in your area.

    We always encourage you to check with your health plan before seeing a provider to ensure you have no surprise financial costs. If a service is not covered by your insurance or you prefer not to bill them, we do offer self-pay options.

    Please contact our billing staff at 608-274-4273 for our current rates.

  • What are your accepted insurance providers?

    Please note this list is subject to change:
    The Alliance
    WEA Trust
    WPS
    Unity
    Dean
    Physicians Plus
    Blue Cross Blue Shield
    Some of our providers are on additional panels, for the most up to date listing please contact our billing staff at 608-274-4273.
     

  • How do I request my medical records?

    For any questions regarding your medical records or requesting your records, please contact our office at 608-274-0355.