Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Therapy

It's normal to have questions about starting therapy, especially if you have never tried it before.  Here are just a few questions we frequently get asked.  If you don't see your question here, we would love to hear from you!

Here are a few common questions regarding the basics of therapy.

Does my insurance cover the cost?

Each insurance company is unique in the way it handles behavioral health. Please check with your provider to see if Behavioral Health is on your plan and then to see if we are in network.

How do I make an appointment?

Please download and fill out our intake packet found here.  You may also pick up the documents from the Fraser Center and fill them out in our lobby. Once you have turned in your intake forms, we will be happy to set you up with an appointment with one of our therapists.

How long does it take to get an appointment?

We hope to get you the first available appointment, but please be prepared for up to a week or two depending on our caseload and demand for services.

What if I do not have insurance?

The Fraser Center's vision is to provide care to "all who come to us" and through the help of donations from the community are able to provide a sliding scale fee based on income. If you feel you would qualify, request a Fee Reduction Form. We also provide a limited number of scholarships available for those with an extremely low income.

Child Therapy FAQ's

When you are a concerned parent, there is nothing you want than to help your child succeed.  We understand that trusting a professional can bring up many questions regarding the therapuetic process involved in working with children.  Here are some questions we are often asked about when working with minors 17 and younger.

Marriage and Family Counseling FAQ's

Here is a list of questions we often get from clients regarding individual and family therapy.  We find that couples coming in for marriage therapy often have questions regarding what to expect.  Finding help should be easy, and we aim to keep it that way.  Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

Military FAQ's

As a military family, managing benefits and following standard operating procedures can feel discouraging before you ever get started.  Getting the help you need is easier than you think.  Here are a list of questions we often hear from military soldiers and their dependents and our answers to help you get started.  If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to give us a call!

If you have an emergency:  At this time we do not provide immediate crisis intervention.  Please call 1-800-715-4225 for assistance or 911 for emergencies.