What types of services do you provide?
Eagles Counseling provides evidenced-based psycho-therapy services to adults, children, couples, and families by highly qualified therapists.
How do I get started?
You can contact us by phone or email to request an appointment. Our receptionist will send you some intake forms to complete. We will also need your insurance information so that we can verify your benefits.
How much do you charge?
All of our providers charge different rates for their services. Their rates are listed next to their profile and the type of service that they provide.
What happens during the first appointment?
The first appointment will be an intake appointment. During this appointment, our clinician will gather information regarding your mental health and addiction history and develop a treatment plan. Your therapist do a mental health and/or addiction assessment.
Do you take Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP?
At this time, we are not in-network with Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP.
Do you prescribe medication?
No, we do not prescribe meds.
Do you offer free consultations?
Yes, we do have staff that offer free consultations. Please give us a call and we will be glad to answer any questions that we have.
Do I have to complete the forms before starting therapy?
Yes, you do need to complete the forms prior to starting therapy. We need to verify your benefits before we see you.
Do you offer online therapy?
Yes, we do offer online therapy. Sometimes online therapy can be better than seeing someone in-person. There are many benefits to seeing an online therapist such as convenience and specialization. The therapist can meet with you during your lunch break. You do not have to hire a babysitter. You can see someone that is highly specialized in your problem without leaving your home. Most people get results faster being matched with a specialized online therapist than seeing someone in-person that is not specialized.
Can I schedule an appointment for my adult child, aging parent, or partner?
Prospective patients that are 21+ are required to schedule their own initial appointment. The prospective patient can call, text, email, or request an appointment in the online portal. Exceptions will be made to adults that have a legal guardian, medical power of attorney, or hospital discharge. Exceptions are also made for family and couples counseling.