What to Expect
When you arrive, you will check in at the front desk with Kaleisha. You can complete paperwork digitally before you arrive. Then, our medical assistant, Candice will do a brief overall evaluation before you see your scheduled provider.
We aim to see everyone in a timely manner, but please be considerate that we want to give everyone the time they deserve.
Our goal in your first visit is to get to know you through assessment and evaluation and have you leave with a treatment plan and goals. Don’t expect to come to Arise one time and be better, we want to partner with you as you maintain your mental health throughout life.
If your thoughts or feelings are disrupting your life and relationships with others, schedule an initial visit with one of our providers. Even if our team isn’t the best fit for you, we will proactively find you the therapy you deserve.
When you schedule an appointment for a family including children and adolescents, the process works the same, but we do allow more time to meet with the children and parents individually and together. We will still focus our time on assessment and evaluation by asking questions and talking through feelings.
Many parents wonder when they should consider therapy for their child. We believe parents can guide their children through difficult life circumstance and emotions, but if a child’s grades are falling, they aren’t sleeping or eating, or something seems to be interfering with their day-to-day functioning, we are equipped to assess in the first visit and create a plan to treat children and families.
We accept most major insurance providers.
Arise accepts private pay and cash equivalents for services. Pay when you check in for your appointment.
If an appointment is not canceled or rescheduled more than 24 hours ahead, a no-show fee of $125 may be applied to your account.