Frequently Asked Questions
How much will therapy cost?
The initial session is $175 and the subsequent 50 minute sessions are $150.
Do you accept insurance?
Peace of Mind is an Out Of Network Provider for Insurances. After payment of the session, the office will submit a receipt to your insurance company on a monthly basis. The insurance company will reimburse you for the cost of the session.
How do I set up an appointment for myself or my child?
After reading through the bios on the website pick the therapist that you feel would be the best fit for you or your child. Call the office at 908-363-5535 to set up a free consultation. We look forward to speaking with you!
What if I need to cancel a scheduled appointment?
If you need to cancel a scheduled appointment please do so by calling the office 24 hours in advance. You will be responsible for the full amount for the session if we do not receive cancellation within the 24 hour timeframe.
What happens during the first session?
We know that reaching out for counseling can be intimdating and we will work to make you feel safe and comfortable during the process. After the initial phone consultation, you will be sent a link for the intake forms. Please fill out the forms to help provide more time for the initial session.
What questions should I ask my insurance company regarding reimbursement?
Before your intial phone consultation with Peace of Mind, please call your insurance company and ask the following questions:
Do therapists provide documentation for court cases?
To maintain the sanctity and privacy of the families in the practice, we do not offer written collaterals for court cases. If therapists are reporting to court on the sessions, participants will not feel as though they can openly share their deepest thoughts. Fear and mistrust may govern the session, instead of the need to heal. Peace of Mind Counseling works to help people feel safe and secure throughout the therapeutic process. Therefore we will refer families in need of written documentation to outside evaluators in the community.