Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  What Insurances does the practice accept In-Network?

  1. Anthem
  2. Aetna
  3. United and Oxford
  4. Husky (Medicaid)
  5. Connecticare
  6. Cigna

Q:  What is the cost for treatment if I don't have insurance?

A:  Intake Assessment-$150
     60 Minute Individual, Family, or Couples Session-$125

Q:  What is the cost if I have a deductible?

A:  The cost of the session is the contracted amount that the insurance company would have paid and is plan specific.  

Q:  How do I make an appointment?

A:  Select the Contact Tab on this website to call, email or send a notification for an appointment.

Q:  How long does it take to get in for an appointment?

A:  Patients are typically able to get an appointment quickly and efficiently. However currently there may be a waiting list due to the high demand for mental health services.

Q:  What type of therapy will I receive?

A:  Please refer to the Therapy Tab on this website to read about most commonly used treatment approaches used in session.  Therapy is tailored to each patient's individual needs.

Q:  What if I need medications?

A:  Brady Counseling does not provide medication management but the therapist can refer you to another trustworthy provider to be evaluated and monitored for medications.  The therapist will have you sign a Release of Information and closely collaborate with this prescriber for proper continuity of care.  Brady Counseling has several close relationships with excellent medication providers and can get you quick access to help within the same practice location.  There is one APRN with her own practice in the same location which is easy to collaborate with and get an appointment for the patient.

Q:  How long does treatment last?

A:  The length of treatment varies for each patient depending on their personal needs and method of therapy used.  Patients typically start by attending 1 session weekly and then taper down to every other week then monthly.  All treatment is voluntary and patients are welcome to end services whenever they feel ready and are encouraged to be part of the treatment planning process.