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Below is a list of frequently asked questions.
Should you have additional questions, please reach out to me.
I want you to feel informed and free to ask questions!
What should I expect at my first session?My first priority is your peace of mind so, I work hard to ensure that you feel comfortable, safe, and heard. Our first session will be focused on gathering information, getting to know one another, buidling rapport, and exploring your unique situation. If you are uncomfortable sharing openly, I'll ask questions. If you have a lot to share, I'm all ears. I am a client-centered therapist who believes in allowing the client to set the tone of our sessions. I accept clients for who they are and provide support and care no matter what they are facing or experiencing. By creating a climate of unconditional positive regard and support, I strive to empower my clients to be able to express their truth without fear of rejection. If you are in crisis, our first session will focus on crisis intervention, ensuring saftey, providing resources, and exploring alternatives. All sessions are currently done virutally through a HIPAA-secure video platform due to COVID-19. You will be given a link prior to your session time which can be accessed through your computer, phone, or tablet.
What ages do you see?I see clients ages 13 and up.
Do you take insurance?I do not currently accept insurance. My rates are below-average for this area/region. I offer lowered sliding-scale fees based on income for clients who have affordabilty challenges. It is important to me that financial barriers not prevent people from getting the help that they need. If I cannot accomodate you, I will help you find another therapist or other resources to meet your needs.
Can I be your "friend" on social media?"Please follow Saged Feather on Instagram & Saged Feather Counseling & Wellness on Facebook and Pinterest! Links are on my homepage at the bottom. However, due to confidentiality laws and ethical codes, a mental health therapist is not permitted to "friend", "follow", "add", or "like" clients on social media sites. In other words, you can friend my thearpy page, but I cannot friend you back.
What populations do you see?I see clients age 12 and up regardless of race, gender identity or expression, national origin, citizenship status, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristics.
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