FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Does CCH accept insurance?
The Center for Creativity and Healing does not accept insurance. We bill our clients the day of services. We can provide clients with a SuperBill to file themselves upon request. We can also accept HSA cards as a form of payment.
What is a SuperBill?
A SuperBill is an itemized receipt of services with each service’s coordinating insurance code. A SuperBill can be submitted to your insurance provider for possible reimbursement.
What services are included in a SuperBill?
A SuperBill covers therapeutic services only. Consultation services, email review charges, court related fees, and office related fees are not, and cannot, be included on a SuperBill.
What are our rates?
Rates at our practice vary by the counselor and their experience and training level. Hourly rates for our therapists are as follows:
Does CCH offer in person and/ or virtual sessions?
The Center for Creativity and Healing offers in person, virtual and phone sessions.
What is required of parents wanting to have their child begin individual counseling at our practice?
Research indicates that children benefit from having both parents involved in their child’s treatment. If parents are going through separation/divorce we will most likely need both parents to sign our consent and HIPPA forms unless an order from the court is provided indicating that one parent’s rights have been terminated.
What if therapy is court-ordered?
CCH staff follows AFCC guidelines for court-involved therapists and a copy of the order must be provided to the therapist so that an addendum to informed consent can be added to the intake process.
What is TCCH's current mask policy?
CCH is currently not requiring any fully vaccinated individuals (fully vaccinated defined as 2 weeks post receiving the second vaccination) to wear masks in our office, including in the waiting area. Any individuals who have not been fully vaccinated must wear a mask or face shield (no neck gators) at all times while in the practice.