Learn more on this page about the services we provide, our fees, and information about insurance. Should you have any questions please utilize the form below to submit a request!
We Accept Insurance
We accept the following insurance carriers below. Please note that not all of our providers are able to take insurance or every insurance panel.
How the process works:
Submit a request form here and fill it out in its entirety.
Schedule a consultation with your preferred therapist, or get a recommendation on a therapist from our administrator. You can schedule a consultation using this link and selecting "00000 - Initial Consultation", or texting this number: 626-283-9680.
Look out for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org for the completion of your insurance verification. You may need to check your spam folder too.
Begin services with your therapist once verified.
If your insurance carrier is not listed above, then we are an out-of-network provider, which means we do not have a contract with that insurance panel. If your health insurance allows for you to be seen by an out-of-network provider, we can provide you a superbill to seek reimbursement from your insurance. A superbill is an itemized list of services provided by a therapist, which is given to an insurance company to seek reimbursement. We cannot guarantee reimbursement from your insurance company. Each client will have to talk with their insurance provider to understand what the process to submit superbills looks like and and how much they will be reimbursed.
How the process works: You select a therapist and meet with them, establish a therapeutic relationship, and agree upon a fee per session. After each month you will be provided a superbill to take to your insurance company to request reimbursement. Reimbursement times and amount may vary depending upon your provider.
For more information on what is in-network and out-of-network, click here. This link takes you to a blog on MyWellBeing that describes how to use your Out-of-Network benefits.
It helps people involved in a romantic relationship gain insight into their relationship, resolve conflict, and improve relationship satisfaction utilizing a variety of therapeutic interventions. During treatment, the therapist will help the couple gain insight into the relational dynamics creating the problem and guide both partners to understand their roles in the dysfunctional interactions. This allows for greater insight on relationship issues and distress will help them change the way they perceive the relationship and each other.
Great marriages aren’t about clear communication – they’re about small moments of attachment and intimacy.
-Dr. John Gottman
Group therapy is a cost-effective way to engage with others in the same setting to discuss a chosen topic, have a dialogue, and gain more insight into your own understanding of yourself as well as others. You'll have the assistance of the therapist to facilitate group conversation. In a typical session, which lasts about 60-120 minutes, members work to express their own challenges and aspirations, feelings, ideas, and reactions as freely and honestly as possible.
Group Description: BIPOC queer individuals don't always have an exclusive space where they can process, heal and grow as it relates to their identities and lived experiences. Dr. Keyon L Anderson is hosting a six-week process and support group for exclusively BIPOC queer men to process their lived experiences while learning from their peers in a collaborative environment.
Topics will include: Self Love, Access/Setting Boundaries, Fostering Healthy Relationships, Communication, and Coming Out/Inviting In.
Meeting Dates/Times: The Group will meet via a secure virtual platform every Wednesday starting October 12th through November 16th from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
Cost per session: $60/ Total Cost for 6 weeks: $360
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