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Typically we come to counseling because we are having a problem regulating ourselves or we are having difficulty with relationships. This can often lead to feelings of guilt or shame and the belief that there is something wrong with us. However, it is not "what's wrong with us", but "what has happened to us". With this change in perspective, we are able to work together to explore what has happened in the client's life to work through past hurts and trauma. Many of the counselors at Phoenix Arise offer both talk therapy and trauma therapy (EMDR) services to adults who are struggling with a variety of concerns. She takes a focused approach at identifying target symptoms and providing client with effective and practical coping skills.
Talk therapy, is the most traditional modality of therapy that we think of when we think of counseling. Talk therapy is the process of verbalizing our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and somatic experiences to another person in order to bring clarity to our situation. In therapy, the counselor provides a supportive, unconditional, understanding environment that allows client's the space to explore themselves and grow.
Talk therapy is beneficial in itself by providing the client with an outlet and reducing the level of internal tension. It also helps the client develop the ability to look inside, be reflective, and process through their inner experience with more clarity. Client's often report having more awareness, more inner calm, and more ability to regulate themselves.
Talk therapy can either be directive or non-directive. Non-directive talk therapy is client lead. It allows the client to discuss whatever is coming up in their life or whatever they are experiencing internally. Directive talk therapy is lead by the therapist and is typically focused on deepening the conversation and exploring underlying issues. Directive therapy also focuses on specific solutions and skills for the client's presenting problem. Skill teaching is an example of directive therapy.
The therapists at Phoenix Arise typically use a combination of non-directive and directive talk therapy techniques. Therapy typically begins with non-directive exploration of treatment concerns. The clinician then moves into directive techniques in order to teach clients practical relaxation skills, affective expression skills, and skills for insight.
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Under Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, the “No Surprises Act,” you have a right to receive a “good faith estimate” explaining how much your therapy services will cost. Healthcare providers are required to provide clients who do not have insurance or who choose not to use their insurance for therapy services with an estimate of the cost of those services.
· You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total cost of therapy services
· Make sure your therapist gives you a Good Faith Estimate in writing at least 1 business day before your appointment. You may also ask your therapy for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an appointment.
· If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate you can dispute the bill.
· Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate.
For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call HHS at 1-800-958-3059.
Notice of Electronic Disclosure
Phoenix Arise is a Covered Entity and must comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”), the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (“HITECH” or the “HITECH Act”), and Chapters 181 and 182 of the Texas Health & Safety Code. Please note that Chapter 181 of the Texas Health and Safety Code defines the term “Covered Entity” more broadly than does HIPAA in 45 C.F.R. §160.103. Covered entities as defined by Chapter 181 are required to comply with the applicable Chapter 181 provisions. If Phoenix Arise obtains or creates information about your health, Phoenix Arise is required by law to protect the privacy of your information. Protected health information (“PHI”) includes any information that relates to:
· Your past, present, or future physical or mental health or condition;
· Health care provided to you; and,
· Past, present, or future payment for your health care.
Phoenix Arise may not disclose your PHI electronically without your authorization unless allowed by law. For example, the practice may share your PHI through approved, secure electronic methods for the purpose of treatment, payment for health care services, or health care operations such as case management or care coordination.
Phoenix Arise may not disclose PHI electronically without separate authorization from you or your personal representative for each disclosure unless the disclosure is for treatment, payment, health care operations, an insurance or HMO function, or as otherwise authorized under state or federal law.
For a complete list of reasons that Phoenix Arise is allowed by law to share your PHI, please refer to the Notice of Privacy Practices. This Notice will be provided upon the first date of delivery of health care services to you and is available upon request.
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