FAQ

Q: What does Christian counseling mean at QWC?
A: The values that QWC operates from are based on the Bible. Scripture may be used in session and you will be asked if you would like to be prayed for at the end of the session.

Q: Do I have to be a Christian to come to QWC?
A: No, QWC is open to anyone who wants to come. We work with individuals of various faith backgrounds

Q: Will my insurance cover your services?
A: There are a number a factors that influence if insurance covers these services. Typically, if you have insurance that I am a provider for, services will be covered. Check with your insurance provider for more details. 

Q: What generally should I expect in the first session when I see a therapist?
A: Your first visit will generally be 40-55 minutes, depending on your insurance coverage. Please come in a few minutes early to fill out the required forms, or print them from our “Forms” link and bring them in when you come.

Q: What do I need to do before I come in for my session?
A: Get your appointment scheduled, complete the packet of forms, and think about your goals for therapy or what you want to get out of it.

Q: Do I need to bring anything to my appointment?
A: Yes, please bring a photo ID, your insurance information if using insurance, and your copay or deductible, if applicable.

Q: What is the difference between a psychotherapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist?
A:  Psychotherapists refers to a broader class of people who are credentialed to offer mental health therapy. Psychologists are a specific type of psychotherapist with expertise specifically in psychology.  Psychiatrists are M.D.s and are the only ones of these three that can prescribe medication.

Q: Do you have anyone that prescribes medication there?
A: No, we recommend you contact your insurance company or your primary doctor to help you find a psychiatrist.