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Why Many Mental Health Professionals Do Not Accept Health Insurance

Why Many Mental Health Professionals Do Not Accept Health Insurance

Table of Contents Navigating the landscape of mental health services can be challenging, especially when it comes to understanding insurance coverage. Many people seeking therapy are surprised to learn that numerous mental health professionals do not accept health insurance. Those who do often provide it as a courtesy to make services more affordable for their … Read more

The Benefits of Paying Out of Pocket for Psychological Testing Services

The Benefits of Paying Out of Pocket for Psychological Testing Services

Table of Contents Choosing to pay for psychological testing services out of pocket instead of using insurance can be a beneficial decision for several reasons. This approach offers enhanced privacy, greater control over your personal information, improved quality of care, and more flexibility. In this article, we will explore these advantages in detail to help … Read more

Codependency VS Interdependency

Codependency VS Interdependency

Table of Contents Codependency and interdependency are terms that describe different types of relationships between individuals, each with its own dynamics and effects on those involved. What’s Codependency? Codependency is a term often used to describe a relationship in which one person has excessive emotional or psychological reliance on another, typically in a way that … Read more

Empowering Change: Dr. Pilchak’s Breakthrough in Parent-Mediated Social Skills Training for Preschoolers with Autism

Dr Elise Pilchak Psyd

Table of Contents View and Download Study Congratulations to Dr. Pilchak for her commendable contribution to the field of autism research! Dr. Pilchak’s work continues to shine a light on effective interventions that can significantly enhance the lives of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. In her recent study published in the … Read more

Is OCD Neurodivergent ?

Is OCD Neurodivergent

Table of Contents The term “neurodivergent” is typically used to describe individuals whose neurological development and functioning are different from what is considered typical. It often includes conditions like autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, and others that are primarily developmental in nature. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition … Read more

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