Q: How do I get started seeing a doctor?
A: Simply call or email for an appointment. All potential patients are offered an initial FREE evaluation meeting to make sure that there is a good match between therapist and client.
Q: What if there is not a good match?
A: We work with other mental health providers in the community. If at any time, there are conditions that cannot be appropriately treated by the Boscoe-Huffman Wellness Center staff, your therapist will discuss the matter with you and make every effort to refer you to another therapist who is qualified to treat you.
Q: How much will this cost?
A: Fees are $175 per session. Many of these fees are covered in part or full from insurance coverage. For clients without insurance, we do offer a sliding fee scale based upon your income. This can significantly lower costs.
Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: Yes we do.
Q: Is my information private?
A: Generally speaking, information provided by and to a client in a professional relationship with licensed marriage and family therapists, social workers, professional counselors, psychologists, licensed or certified addiction counselors, and unlicensed psychotherapists is legally confidential, the therapist cannot be forced to disclose the information without the client’s consent. Information disclosed to a licensed marriage and family therapists, social workers, professional counselors, psychologists, licensed or certified addiction counselors, and unlicensed psychotherapists is privileged communication and cannot be disclosed in any court of competent jurisdiction in the State of Colorado without the consent of the person to whom the testimony sought relates. There are exceptions to the general rule of legal confidentiality. These exceptions are listed in the Colorado statutes (C.R.S. 12-43-218). The above mentioned exceptions to confidentiality include: (1) I am required to report any suspected incident of child abuse or neglect to law enforcement; (2) I am required to report any threat of imminent physical harm by a client to law enforcement and to the person(s) threatened; (3) I am required to initiate a mental health evaluation of a client who is imminently dangerous to self or to others, or who is gravely disabled, as a result of a mental disorder; (4) I am required to report any suspected threat to national security to federal officials; (5) confidential communications shall not apply to any delinquency or criminal proceedings, except as provided in C.R..S. 13-90-107. For a full and complete list of confidentiality exceptions please refer to C.R.S. 12-43-218. These guidelines recognize that confidentiality is essential for a successful therapeutic experience as well as a legal requirement.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS //
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Rocky Mountain Health Plans
United Healthcare & United Behavioral Health
Kaiser Permanante PHCS
Please verify your health insurancecoverage when you arrange your first visit.
In certain circumstances single case agreements can be made with other insurance companies based upon need and specialty services provided. If you do not see your insurance provider listed above, this does not necessarliy proclude you from being seen. If an out of network or single case agreement cannot be arranged with your insurance provider, a sliding fee scale will always be offered.