How do I make an appointment?
For information and setting an appointment, please call our office 281.466.8602. You will also be directed to complete applicable forms listed below.
What do your credential initials stand for?
- CCM – Certified Case Manager
- CGS – Certificate of Graduate Studies
- CRC – Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
- Ed.S. – Education Specialist
- LCDC – Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
- LMFT – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- LPC – Licensed Professional Counselor
- LRC – Licensed Rehabilitation Counselor
- M.A. – Master of Arts
- M.S. – Master of Science
- M.Ed. – Master of Education
- NCC – National Certified Counselor
- Ph.D. – Doctor of Philosophy
How much does counseling cost?
Grace Point Counseling Center is on several insurance plans. We will review your insurance with you when you book your first appointment. Self-pay rates for a Ph.D. counselor is $160; Master’s Degree Counselor is $150.
How long does a counseling session last?
Sessions are usually 50 – 60 minutes in length and are held weekly for individuals, couples, family, teens and children. The length of treatment depends on a number of factors including the complexity of the issues, the motivation of the individuals involved and the goals set by the client/counselor. Therapy focused on a specific goal or issue of focus can last a few weeks to a few months. Longer term or open-ended therapy may address more complex issues and can last up to a year or longer.
What can I expect in counseling?
The purpose of the initial counseling session is to get to know you and gain an understanding of your counseling needs. Then, the counselor and client will collaborate together to set goals and develop a treatment plan. The counselor’s role is to provide a safe environment so the client can process feelings, examine belief systems and thinking patterns in order to facilitate growth, change and find healthier ways of living.
Is what I say confidential?
Most everything you say is confidential; however there are a limited number of situations that the counselor/therapist must report:
- If you are a danger to yourself
- Any serious threat to someone else
- Any form of child abuse or neglect
- Any form of elder abuse or neglect
- Court subpoena
Our licensed professionals follow the ethical standards of their respective licensing board(s): Texas State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists, and Texas State Board of Social Workers.