Frequently Asked Questions

In addition to questions about the reason(s) you are seeking treatment, demographic information, such as name, phone, address, and date of birth will be collected at this time.

Yes, during the initial phone contact, please make known any preference you have for the therapist.  While there may not be a therapist available that matches your preference, every effort will be made to accommodate your request.

The student clinician assigned to work with you will be contacted, and given the referral information.  Then, the student clinician will contact you to arrange the day and time that will work for your therapy sessions.

Typically, therapy is one time each week for fifty minutes.

In addition to the information referred to earlier in this section, you will be asked if both parents or legal guardians, as well as the child, are in agreement about the wish for treatment.  Additional questions will refer to the child’s grade and school performance.

The standard fee is $35 for an individual session, but fees can be as low as $5 depending on the client’s financial situation. 

At this time, the psychotherapy sessions are offered via telehealth (Zoom) or by phone. In-person therapy will take place post the COVID pandemic.

With the exception of early intensive ABA services for children, services provided at the Michigan School Psychological Clinic are not reimbursable by insurance. Any psychotherapy or testing/assessment claims submitted directly by clients to their insurance companies will be denied.

The clinic accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Care Network, HAP and United Health Care insurance for early intensive ABA services for children.

Don’t see the answer to your question? Contact us!

We know it can feel challenging to get started with therapy, and we’re happy to answer any question you may have. 

P: 248.919.0063

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