Frequently Asked Questions
What are your fees?
Each 50 minute session is $90. A sliding scale is offered based on availability through OpenPathCollective.org
If you aren't able to financially commit to weekly sessions, consider healing with others in our groups. Group therapy is a great way to get introduced to the therapeutic process in an affordable manner.
Anger management classes are conducted over 18 hours and include an initial assessment, (8) 2 hour group classes, and an exit assessment. Upon completion, a certificate will be given to the participant. The cost is $275 and includes material. An all day intensive anger management class is available once a month. The cost is $325 and includes material and lunch.
Do you accept insurance?
No. However, we can provide you with necessary documentation to provide to your insurance carrier for possible reimbursement. Call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask "is out of network psychotherapy by a licensed associate counselor in Arkansas is authorized?" If so, jot down what documents are required and we'll be more than happy to assist you.
What forms of payment are accepted?
Fees for services can be paid before or at the time of service with cash, debit & credit cards, FSA/HSA.
Can you help me with VA disability claims?
Absolutely. We offer guidance on the submitting claims.
Do you do in-home sessions outside of central Arkansas?
Because of amazing technological advances, I am able to see clients via online technology. I conduct counseling sessions in a secure online conference room with the clients to meet the needs of any Arkansan that may be suffering in silence and can't physically come into my office.
Do you see families at The Collective?
No. Many times the 50 minutes in session is the only time the client has to be alone and vulnerable. We ask that clients attend appointments alone when possible. If a client has a desire to receive marriage or family counseling, we have a great referral list that can accommodate that need.
Do you speak to groups?
Absolutely. The Collective can speak to your church, human resources department, or group regarding career counseling, coping skills, relationship building, and testing strategies.