"Your questions are the first step toward understanding."
FAQs
 
 
Q: "What types of problems do you treat?"
 
A: We provide therapy and treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and families. We treat individual, marital, and family issues, chemical dependency, anxiety depression, grief, issues of aging, and attention deficit disorders in children and adults.
 
Q: "Who will I talk to?"
 
A: During therapy at Silhavy Place, you will be talking  to a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and/or a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT). In all cases, you will talk to a professional whose background and expertise are appropriate for your specific needs.
 
Q: "How will I pay for treatment?"
 
A: You will pay for your therapy sessions at the time of your visit. If you cannot make your therapy payments on time, please let us know, We will do everything we can to work out an acceptable payment plan with you to help you reach this obligation. If you have any questions about the cost of a procedure or treatment, we will be happy to give you an estimate.
 
Q: "Will my insurance pay for therapy?"
 
A: Your medical insurance may cover all or part of the cost of your therapy with us. Our office manager will be happy to answer any questions she can regarding our status with various insurance companies. Please check your coverage with your insurance carrier.
 
Q: "When can I come in?"
 
A: Therapists have appointments available weekdays 8 am to 8 pm and Saturdays 8 am to 3 pm. Call the office to make an appointment Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm.
 
Q: "How do I cancel an appointment?"
 
A: You can cancel an appointment free of charge when you give 24 hours notice. If you do not, this time will be billed to you.
 
We encourage you to write down any additional questions you may have and bring them up with our staff.
 
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Q: "How do I begin?"
 
A: You can call our office any weekday during normal business hours and talk to our office manager. She will make an appointment for you with one of our therapists to discuss your situation in detail. Our therapists will discuss your situation with you, and help you decide on the best type of treatment.
 
Q: "What is therapy?"
 
A: When you begin therapy with a Silhavy Place Associate, he or she will work with you to identify the nature and extent of your problem and develop a plan for treatment. At all times, your therapist's goal is to listen to and respond to your specific needs and concerns...to understand you as a unique individual.
Tina Tolson
Office Manager