Whitney Humphrey Counseling
How do I know counseling is the answer?
Counseling can provide a variety of benefits for people. The first session can ensure more clarity on how it can be helpful to you.
How long do sessions last and how regularly will we meet?
A session typically lasts 45-50 minutes but a longer session may be arranged. Research shows it is most beneficial for clients to come in on a weekly basis, but often every other week or even twice a week might be more helpful.
How much are your fees and do you take insurance?
My fees are $150 for a 45-50 minute session and $225 for a 75-80 minute sessions. I do provide a sliding scale. Please contact me for information regarding this.
Do you prescribe medication?
As a Ph.D. and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist I do not prescribe medication. If you believe you are in need of medication together as a team we can discuss options and I can provide you with names of doctors who may be of help to you.
Are there any forms to fill out?
Yes. I require a short amount of paper work that can be printed and filled out before your first session. These documents can be found under the forms tab on my website. Or you also have the option of arriving 30 minutes early to your first session and can complete the paperwork then.
How do I get to your office?
My office is located in Spicewood Forest Business Complex at 4131 Spicewood Springs Rd. When you enter the complex you will take an immediate left and your next available left and my office will be on your right. Building K, upstairs suite 6. There is a map located on the Contact page.
What type of payment do you accept?
I accept cash, check, credit card, Zelle, or PayPal for payments. The email address associated with my PayPal is email@example.com.
Are there books you recommend to assist with counseling?
Here is a list of mental health issues and links to books that may be helpful for you.
Teen Depression: Conquer Negative Thinking for Teens
Borderline Personality Disorder: I Hate You - Don't Leave Me
Trauma: The Body Keeps the Score