Individual, couples, and family therapy
What we offer
- Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy
- Dynamic Support and Therapy Groups
- Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management
- Recovery Services
- Resources and Referrals to Community-based Services
How to get started
If you are interested in therapy services, the first step is to contact our Intake Specialist at 215-563-0652 ext. 248. Please note that due to call volume, staff is not always immediately available to take your call. We ask that you leave your information with the best time to contact you. The next step is to schedule an appointment to meet with staff to complete intake. During this appointment, we’ll complete everything necessary for you to get started in therapy, including insurance verification and/or payment options. This appointment takes approximately one hour.
Please be aware, there may be circumstances that necessitate a referral to other resources for treatment. In this case, our Intake team will discuss the rationale and propose other treatment options for you.
We believe therapy should be an affordable option for everyone. We accept most commercial insurance; however, insurance plans vary greatly, so we will look into your benefit allowances. We offer a sliding scale for clients without insurance coverage. We also participate in the PA Medicaid program (Community Behavioral Health for Philadelphia residents). You may qualify for funding available through our community partnerships. Our behavioral health registrar can answer any questions about these options. Please contact the registrar at 215-563-0652 x 511 with any questions.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis
The Philadelphia-area crisis hotline number is 215-686-4420, and they are available 24/7. If you are out of the area, the National Crisis Hotline is 1-800-273-8255.
For additional mental health resources in the 5-county Philadelphia area, visit: Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
For a list of Crisis Response Centers in the Philadelphia region, please visit: http://philadelphia.nami.org/emergency.html