To schedule your first appointment, contact us at (630) 717-5911 – option 0. We will return your call promptly or send an email to email@example.com.
We will speak to you about your current issues and then match you to the professional in our practice who is the best fit for you.
In the event that we feel we cannot meet your unique needs, we will work to refer you to a highly qualified professional in our network.
We are located on the North West corner of Mill and Diehl Streets in an office complex called The Naperville Office Court, which is a series of one story office buildings. Our office is in the middle of the first one story building that faces Mill Street directly, building 1801 in Suite C.
We accept insurance.
We are in-network for Blue Cross PPO. When you make your appointment we will collect insurance information, verify benefits and advise you of your financial responsibility with an appointment confirmation via email.
Out of network:
We accept other insurance and will bill for you after collecting the first intake fee of 250.00. At the first visit we will collect insurance information, verify benefits and let you know what you will be be financially responsible for moving forward.
In all instances, our office policy is to collect deductibles and co-pays as services are provided. We prefer checks or cash. If a HSA or credit card is used for large deductibles, we charge an additional .035% processing fee.
We also collect and hold on file credit card information in the event of any unanticipated unpaid balances older than 60 days.
The most common initial reason for entering treatment includes anxiety, relationship difficulty, explosive behavior, depression and low self-esteem. Initially together we’ll focus on the symptoms and use strategies that are established by research to be the most effective for the target problem. Next we’ll try to understand why these particular symptoms are surfacing at this particular time in your life. This view allows us to take the most positive approach possible. Not only will we know what is wrong, but we’ll also focus on what needs to be right and how to make that happen.
We treat the following: