How do I make an appointment?

An appointment can be made by calling our office at 270-534-5128 or using our website you can request an appointment here.

What kind of issues may respond well to therapy?

·         Abuse

·         Addictions

·         Adoption Issues

·         Anxiety

·         Anger Management

·         Custody

·         Depression

·         Divorce

·         Eating Disorders

·         Grief

·         Health and Wellness Class

·         Relationship Issues

·         Marriage Counseling

·         Trauma

How much does it cost?
We are happy to bill your insurance for each session. You are responsible for paying your insurance copay at the beginning of each session. Any amount, not covered by your insurance, will be billed to you. Please contact your insurance company for your specific copay amount and percentage of coverage. If you do not have insurance coverage please contact our office to discuss payment options. Call (270) 534-5128 or complete our online form here.
Do you take insurance?
We currently accept most insurance companies. We accept Cigna, Aetna, Anthem, Humana, and Center Care.
What is the average length of treatment?
The average length of treatment is 6-8 sessions. Some situations may only require 1-3 sessions. More chronic situations may require a longer length of treatment.

For a more Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) please contact JourneyPure of Paducah or click here.

How do I help plan my own treatment?
The client and the therapist work together to set reasonable goals. Expression Therapy allows the client the ability to use creative art as a useful therapy tool. Treatment is comprised of 4 areas of Wellness: Emotional, Physical, Spiritual, and Financial. Other services can be included as a part of your individualized treatment plan.
Is it confidential?
Yes, all information shared during therapy sessions are confidential.
What if I want to bring my child for services?
If you are bringing a child, and the parents are divorced, then both custodial and non-custodial parent must sign consent forms before the child can begin therapy.
Do you talk to my spouse or partner about my treatment?
The only way a therapist can speak to a spouse or partner is if the client has signed an Authorized Release of Information form.