Common Questions

Below are some answers to questions about beginning the counseling process. If you have any questions that are not addressed below, please contact me and I will respond to you as soon as possible.

How do I/we begin the counseling process?

You can either call Delmore Counseling at 614-888-8400 or send an email to info@delmorecounseling.com to discuss the reasons for seeking counseling and to obtain information about beginning this process.

Do you accept health insurance?

I practice out-of-network with all insurance companies. Please review your out-of-network benefit options to determine whether you will be using those benefits or choose to be fee for service. Each insurance plan is different, so the coverage varies according to your plan’s specific benefit package. As a service to you, I can provide documentation for you to submit to your insurance plan or I can file the claims for services on your behalf.

How long are the counseling sessions?

Individual, couples, family, and group counseling sessions are offered at Delmore Counseling. The session time frame varies depending on the type of session. Individual, couple and family sessions are typically 1 hour in duration. Group counseling sessions are typically 1 ½ hours in duration.

Do you offer telephone or internet (Skype/Facetime) counseling sessions?

Telephone and internet video counseling is available for individuals who may not be able to attend face-to-face counseling sessions due to illness, long distance, etc. However, I will not be able to provide such services to you if we have not met in person for an initial appointment and have determined that this would be an appropriate option in lieu of future face-to-face sessions.

What should I bring to my initial appointment?

Once we have determined an initial counseling appointment time, I will email you the initial intake forms for you to complete before arriving for your appointment. Also, please bring a copy of your insurance card so that it can be scanned into the billing system for filing claims (this is only in the event you wish to have Delmore Counseling submit claims on your behalf). If you have any documentation from other providers regarding previous work with them or recommendations they made regarding the counseling process, this documentation can be helpful to me during the initial session.