Our team at Room for Change is a group of diverse, passionate, hardworking individuals who are dedicated to positively changing the lives of the adolescents and adults, couples, and families we work with. We treat our roles as counselors with delicacy and respect, knowing that the public puts their trust and faith in us.
We employ clinicians with varying skills sets, backgrounds, and experience levels to best meet your needs such as these:
- Financial needs- With counselors ranging from $40 a session to $150 a session, we hope to meet a broad range of clients from different socioeconomic statuses. We are also in network with some insurance companies including Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Cigna. And hope to begin taking United and Aetna insurances by September 2020.
- Clinical needs- All counselors are trained in managing issues related to anxiety and depression. In addition to these general issues, we each have areas of specialty based on our own experiences, passions, and training. Some of the specific clinical needs we address are substance use, maternal mental health, the unique challenges cancer patients and survivors face, high achieving/highly anxious individuals, teens and young adults who are struggling in the aftermath of their own trauma, and those affected by minority oppression.
- Scheduling needs- Room for Change offers services 7 days a week, in person and online, with some providers seeing clients as early as 8am or as late as 9pm. In many cases we have same day or same week appointments, so you won’t have to wait. Help is on it’s way once you make the call.
As you look around our website, ask yourself what your financial, clinical, and scheduling needs are. Also ask yourself which of the experience levels you feel comfortable with and specifically which of the counselor’s profiles you connect with. Choosing a counselor is a very personal decision. We know you deserve the care and attention from someone you hand pick for yourself or your loved one.
We also know that sometimes you can’t fully make a decision about your counselor before meeting them for the first time. We suggest you think about it as committing to just one session, not to “therapy” since that can feel too big. We feel confident in saying if you commit to the first session, we can help you navigate the rest.
This article has some additional considerations to make when choosing a counselor best suited for your needs 7 Tips for Choosing a Counselor
If the process of choosing someone becomes overwhelming, don’t overthink it, allow our Office Manager to help you by giving her a call at 214-385-5445.