Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What type of services do we provide?A: We provide therapy for children and teens, parent coaching, evaluations for learning disabilities and behavioral disorders, and functional behavior assessments
Q: Where are services provided?A: Depending on the need, services are either provided in the clinic or in the child’s home. This is something we will discuss during your intake appointment.
Q: What should our family expect at the first appointment?
A: The first appointment is a chance for us to get to know you and your child. We will discuss your and your child's goals for therapy, current barriers to success, and the role we can play in helping you get there. We will send you paperwork to complete before your first appointment that may include background information on your child, a release of information form, and general information about our practice.
If you have documentation that you feel will be helpful for us to understand your son/daughter, please feel free to bring it to your first appointment. This may include any outside evaluations, an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) from school, doctor's records, academic work from your child's school, or any other information you think may be helpful.
Q: Do providers at Bridges Behavioral Health accept health insurance?A: We do not accept third party payment. We do assist families with processing out-of-network benefits, and many individuals we work with receive 80%-100% of their services covered by insurance. For more information, see FAQs under insurance.