FAQs

How much do sessions cost?

Greg Wilson, D.Ed.Min., LPC Supervisor, charges $150 for an initial 50-minute intake session and $135 for subsequent 50-minute psychotherapy sessions.

Mallory Gerner, M.S., LPC Intern, charges $100 for an initial 50-minute intake session and $90 for subsequent 50-minute psychotherapy sessions. Mallory is practicing under the supervision of Dr. Greg Wilson, LPC Supervisor.

Mandy Alldredge, B.S., Practicum Student, charges $40 for an initial 50-minute intake session and $30 for subsequent 50-minute psychotherapy sessions. Mandy is practicing under the supervision of Dr. Greg Wilson, LPC Supervisor, as well as the faculty of Houston Baptist University.

You will pay for services at the time of your appointment. Upon request, we can provide you with a “superbill” containing all pertinent codes so that you may submit it to your insurance provider for reimbursement. Just ask your counselor during your session.

Are any of your counselors currently seeing clients in-person?

For the protection of our staff and our clients, all of our counselors are currently only seeing clients via our excellent Telehealth platform. When you schedule the Telehealth session, you will receive an email notification which will include the link to the Telehealth session. We currently do not know when we will be open for in-person services.

How many sessions will I need?

This varies based on the issue and type of counseling. You and your counselor will determine the number of sessions according to your individual needs. Your total investment is often not known at the onset of counseling.

Do you take insurance?

While we do not contract with any insurers, we provide medically coded “superbills” for clients who wish to file for reimbursement with their own insurance companies. Your coverage will vary based on a number of factors. Please check with your insurance carrier for details about your specific coverage.

Can I see someone immediately?

Our counselors see clients by appointment only and we cannot accommodate walk-in clients. If you are unable to reach your counselor in a timely manner, you should contact a physician, a local emergency room or the local police department when necessary and appropriate by dialing 911.

What is an LPC?

A licensed professional counselor (LPC) is an individual who has satisfied all the state requirements for licensure (i.e., masters degree with specific coursework, supervised counseling experience, passing a state licensing exam). LPCs abide by the ethical standards set by the state licensing board. All of our counselors are LPCs or counselors in training to become LPCs working on some part of that process.

What is an LPC Supervisor?

A licensed professional counselor supervisor (LPC Supervisor) is an LPC who has satisfied additional experience and training requirements to be approved by the state licensing board to supervise LPC Interns who are gaining their supervised clinical experience to earn full licensure as an LPC. Dr. Greg Wilson is a state-approved LPC Supervisor.

What is an LPC Intern?

A licensed professional counselor intern (LPC Intern) is an individual who has completed a masters degree with specific coursework and passed a state licensing exam, but is still working under the supervision of an LPC Supervisor while gaining the required clinical hours of experience to earn full licensure. Mallory Gerner is an LPC Intern, supervised by Dr. Greg Wilson, LPC Supervisor

What is a Practicum Student?

A practicum student is a student counselor who is currently working on completing their master’s-level education. Under the supervision of Dr. Greg Wilson, Mandy Alldredge is a practicum student at Houston Baptist University who is here to offer compassionate therapeutic care.

How long do sessions last?

Counseling visits are offered in 50-minute sessions. We do not generally recommend back-to-back sessions or longer sessions.

What is your cancellation policy?

Clients who have not cancelled their appointments within 24 hours of the scheduled time will be charged in full.