Common Questions

Do you see children?

YES! If appropriate Rachel Nauss, LCSW will see children as young as three years old. Rachel Terry LPC-S and Cameron Schober LPC-S, LMFT will see children 14 years old through adulthood. We will also provide couples and family therapy.

Do you offer online counseling?

Yes! We offer telehealth to anyone residing in Texas using or simple practice that are completely confidential. This service is a session using webcams between the therapist and the client. We also offer a 20 minute intake session for $10 to see if online counseling is right for you.

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Do you take insurance?

No. We believe that accepting insurance will create insurance based treatment plans and less confidentiality for our clients. Dr. Sarah Schewitz has written a great article called The Real Reasons (That Nobody Tells You) About Why Therapists Don’t Accept Insurance.

We understand that therapy can be expensive, so we offer a $10 intake for adults and teens that takes about 20 minutes to make sure we're a good fit for your needs. More information about child therapy fees can be found on the child therapy page. We also offer a superbill that can be used with your insurance company to claim out of network benefits that might be owed to you.

Do you see couples?

Yup! The marriage relationship is the most intimate relationship we can have on this earth. We provide solution focused brief therapy to help get your marriage back on track.

Do you offer night or weekend sessions?

Each therapist has their own schedule. Some night and weekend sessions are available. Available appointments can be seen on the schedule page.

In what do you specialize?

We are trauma informed therapists with experience and training in depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTS, and various mood disorders.

Which therapies do you use?

Rachel Terry offers solution focused brief therapy for our talk therapy and intake sessions. She also offers accelerated resolution therapy that uses eye movements to process trauma and revisioning therapy for those who seem to have consistent negative thinking about themselves or others. Rachel Nauss uses a variety of play therapy techniques to treat children, and she uses Sand Tray therapy for adults, teens, and children. Cameron Schober offers Narrative/Solution Focused Therapy and marriage counseling.

How is ART different?

Accelerated Resolution Therapy is more succinct and procedural than EMDR. There is no need for the client to describe their trauma to the therapist, unless the client finds it useful.

Clinically significant improvement typically happens between 1 and 5 sessions. Each session is a stand-alone intervention. No homework required by client.

Law Enforcement Services?

We do not take insurance which means your diagnosis and chart would not be a part of your record unless your chart was subpoenaed by a judge. These are confidential sessions for you and your family.

Veteran Services?

Veterans, first responders, and their families can be seen through our non profit, Pine Trees Counseling Center on a low sliding scale fee. We have also partnered with The PTSD Foundation of America to help with additional resources for veterans with PTSD and their families. This includes a weekly peer group for veterans.