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Answers to Common Questions About Therapy, Payment, and More!

Top questions from parents about therapy, paying for services, and more!

Click a question below to find answers to the most common questions we receive from parents seeking therapeutic support.

Many pediatric services are now being provided virtually. Teletherapy or Telepsychiatry may be the right choice for your child and family. Learn more.

A growing number of companies that focus on providing Telemedicine have become popular among families and insurance companies. Here is what you need to know. Learn more.

Oftentimes parents are unsure where to turn to get help for their child or teen. We've made it easy for you to research each of the services available from our providers.  Learn more.

Just like adults, kids and teens need a provider they feel comfortable with. Parents may also have their own criteria, such as insurance acceptance, location, and availability. Use our guide get started.  Learn more.

Unfortunately, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for parents to find a therapist for their child. This article explores reasons for this mental health crisis and what parents can do to get help.  Learn more.

Here's some things you need to know about insurance as you seek Telehealth services for you or your child.  Learn more.

Paying for your child's therapy without insurance can be challenging, but it's important to remember that there are options available to help make it more affordable. By doing your research and being proactive, you can ensure that your child receives the care they need without breaking the bank.We found 14 tips for paying for therapy without insurance.  Learn more.

Preparing your child for therapy can help reduce their anxiety, promote their engagement in the therapeutic process, and make the experience more effective overall. In this blog article, we will discuss why it's important to prepare your child for therapy and provide practical tips for how to do it. We will also explore how using a story script can be a helpful tool for easing your child's anxiety about therapy and promoting their engagement in the therapeutic process.  Learn more.

Virtual services are more common than they were several years ago. This article helps you and your child prepare for and the most from your next online visit. Learn more.

Once their child is diagnosed with a disorder or disability, many parents wonder “when and how should I tell my child?” Figure out if your child is ready and how to talk to them about their needs.  Learn more.

Sometimes kids don't seem to be making progress in therapy. Maybe you're experiencing more challenging behaviors, regression, or your child refuses to participate in Teletherapy. Figure out the next steps and explore other services that might be helpful.  Learn more.