Questions About Counseling 2530 Douglas Blvd, Roseville, CA 95661
Do you have evening appointments? What about weekends?
Yes, all of our therapists have evening appointment availability. We do not offer weekend appointments.
When can I reach Life Source, Inc. for information and appointments?
What is the cost for counseling?
Our rates are:
- 45-minute regular session: $130
We accept cash and all major credit cards as payment.
Is the session fee the same if more than one person is in the session?
Yes, the session fee remains the same.
Are there a standard number of sessions I need to commit to?
No, you are not obligated to commit to a number of sessions.
Do you bill insurance?
We do not bill insurance for payment. Payment is due in full at the time of visit. If you have a PPO health insurance policy you probably have benefits available to you. Please call your PPO insurance provider to receive your outpatient out-of-network mental health benefit details.
Do you treat children and teens?
Yes, our counseling team is equipped to counsel all age groups. Please click on the "Meet the Staff" page for additional information.
What if I do not "connect" with the counselor/therapist?
If you feel that your therapist isn't the right fit for you, our staff will assist you in making a change in your therapy. Our goal is to provide the best possible treatment. Other referrals will be given if needed.
Can Life Source therapists write prescriptions?
No, our therapists are not medical doctors and cannot write a prescription. You will need to go to your primary care physician or a psychiatrist. If a patient needs to be referred for possible medication to treat disorders such as anxiety, depression, or ADD/ADHD, your therapist will assist you in coordinating with your doctor.
Are all communications during therapy held confidential?
Yes. You can be assured that all information disclosed in therapy is strictly confidential. All communications between you and your therapist will be held in strict confidence unless you provide written permission to release information about your treatment. There are exceptions to confidentiality. For example, therapists are required to report instances of suspected child or elder abuse. Therapists may be required to break confidentiality when they have determined that a patient presents a serious danger of physical violence to another person or when a patient is dangerous to him or herself. Please know that this happens very infrequently in our practice.
What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is built on the knowledge that our behavior and feelings are the direct result of the way we think. The power of the therapy is built on the fact that we are able to change the way we think, therefore, we are able to change the way we behave and feel. When we change, the changes we make force everyone in relationship to us to change. The result, we have the power to influence our relationships in a positive manner.