Frequently Asked Questions

Let us answer some of your questions about counseling services at CFMHE.

1. What services does CFMHE specialize in?

At CFMHE, our focus is on offering evidence-based individual, couple, and family therapy. Our team of experienced therapists is committed to providing support for a range of mental health concerns, including stress, relationship challenges, and various life transitions.

2. How can I schedule a virtual appointment for individual, couple, or family therapy?

Scheduling a virtual appointment is straightforward. To book a session, you can utilize our online scheduling system on the official website. We strive to ensure a seamless and accessible process for our clients.

3. Is it possible to work with a student therapist or pre-licensed associate during virtual sessions?

Certainly! We offer the option to work with student therapists or pre-licensed associates, all under the supervision of our licensed therapists. This provides an opportunity for clients to benefit from our services at an affordable rate while maintaining the highest standards of care.

4. What can I expect during the initial virtual session for individual, couple, or family therapy?

Your initial virtual session will involve a comprehensive assessment to better understand your unique needs and goals. Whether you are seeking support individually, as a couple, or with your family, this session serves as an opportunity to discuss your concerns and for the therapist to outline a tailored treatment plan.

5. What is the typical duration of a virtual therapy session for individuals, couples, or families?

Individual virtual therapy sessions generally last 50 minutes, while sessions for couples or families may extend to 75 minutes. This ensures sufficient time for meaningful exploration and progress within the virtual setting.

5. What is the typical duration of a virtual therapy session for individuals, couples, or families?

Individual virtual therapy sessions generally last 50 minutes, while sessions for couples or families may extend to 75 minutes. This ensures sufficient time for meaningful exploration and progress within the virtual setting.

6. What evidence-based approaches are employed in individual, couple, or family therapy at CFMHE?

We prioritize evidence-based approaches in our therapeutic interventions. Our therapists integrate research supported methods to create personalized treatment plans for individuals, couples, and families, ensuring the highest quality of care.

7. What is the confidentiality policy for virtual therapy sessions at CFMHE?

Confidentiality remains a paramount concern during virtual therapy sessions. Information shared during individual, couple, or family therapy sessions is treated with utmost confidentiality, adhering to legal and ethical guidelines. Further details will be discussed during your initial virtual session.

8. How can I make payments for virtual services, and does CFMHE accept insurance for individual, couple, or family therapy?

We accept various payment methods for virtual services, including credit cards and health savings accounts. Additionally, we work with numerous insurance providers to facilitate the billing process for individual, couple, and family therapy services.

9. What is the cancellation policy for virtual appointments for individual, couple, or family therapy?

Should you need to cancel or reschedule a virtual appointment, we kindly ask for a minimum of 24 hours’ notice. This allows us to accommodate other clients and adjust our schedule accordingly.

10. Is therapy exclusively for individuals with diagnosed mental health conditions?

Not at all. Therapy at CFMHE is designed to be inclusive for individuals, couples, and families seeking support for personal growth, relationship enhancement, and navigating life’s challenges, regardless of a diagnosed mental health condition.

If you have additional inquiries or require further clarification, feel free to reach out to our office. We are dedicated to supporting you on your journey toward improved mental and emotional well-being.