Common Questions

What will happen during my first appointment?
We will meet with you for an extensive interview and psychiatric evaluation in which we will gather some information such as your history, symptoms, and family dynamics. Within this first session together, we will then determine the best plan of action to move forward for your treatment.

Will my treatment be kept confidential?
We will not reveal any information regarding what happens within the work that we do together unless you have signed the Authorization to Disclose Information form. In the instance that you are in danger of harming yourself or another, then we are obligated by law to report.

Will the cost of my treatment be covered by my insurance plan?
Depending on what type of insurance provider you are currently using, coverage for our services will vary. If you have questions regarding your eligibility/benefits please contact the number on the back of your insurance card. We take payments at the beginning of each session, and take all major credit cards. Checks and cash are not accepted.

Do you complete paperwork?
Please note that we do not accept requests for disability forms, department of transportation forms, immigration forms and we do not provide disability ratings or functional capacity examinations.

What if I have an emergency or an urgent situation come up?
If you find yourself in the midst of an emergency, please immediately call 9-1-1 or call the crisis line 1-800-273-8255. You may also call the suicide prevention center of Clark County 1-800-992-5757 or 1-775-784-8090. You can also call the suicide prevention line 1-887-885-HOPE (1-877-885-4673).

What are the hours of operation?
We're currently open Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (hours may vary). We are closed Saturday and Sunday as well as all major holidays.

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