We currently accept several employer provided insurance plans and Medicaid. We offer self-pay and can assist you with providing a superbill to your out-of-network insurance for some or all of your payment. We encourage you to contact your insurance provider and ask the following questions: do I have mental health or behavioral health coverage? What is my deductible? What is my copay? How many sessions am I allowed?
Most appointments last from 53-60 minutes, but can be scheduled for 30 minutes or 45 minutes as needed. We are primarily offering Telehealth/online services at this time to keep everyone safe. In-person sessions can be completed for Accelerated Resolution Therapy sessions by wearing masks and social distancing.
As stated earlier, most of our sessions are conducted via telehealth at this time, but in-person sessions may be completed in specific cases. We offer individual therapy and family therapy. Although we specialize in helping females of all ages with anxiety, self-esteem problems, nervousness, excessive worry, trauma, feeling overwhelmed, and life changes, we provide individual therapy to individuals struggling with depression, mood swings, and addiction as well. We use various types of talk therapy, mindfulness via yoga and stretching, and walk-and-talk therapy.
Leila Arthur, LPCA offers individual and family services for elementary school, middle school, and high school children. Leila also provides services for young adults. Leila offers school-based services for some of our Madison County Schools. Leila is currently accepting Medicaid and self-pay clients.
All of our therapists are trained in providing Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). ART incorporates a combination of effective, recognized techniques used in psychotherapies, but in a unique and very specific way.
ART works to reprogram the way in which distressing images and memories are stored in the brain so that they no longer trigger strong physical and emotional reactions.
ART uses visualization techniques and attention on how the body is affected by distressing images or memories, enhanced through use of horizontal eye movements that may be similar to eye movements during dreaming.
ART is considered a brief model therapy training that is officially recognized as evidenced-based treatment for psychological trauma and depression by SAMHSA National Registry of Evidenced-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP
If you are ready to schedule your first appointment, you can request via this website, Psychology Today, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or text/call 833-464-5625.
Please provide your full name, birth date, address, email address, phone number, and insurance information at time of request.
Although we specialize in services for female clients, we provide individual therapy to a variety of ages and across genders. We treat depression, anxiety, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, OCD, grief, and addiction.
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