Is therapy confidential?

The law protects the relationship between a client and a psychotherapist, and information
cannot be disclosed without written permission from the client. However, there are exceptions to this rule.

Exceptions include:

  • Suspected child abuse or dependent adult or elder abuse, for which Welcoming Wellness Counseling is required by law to report to the appropriate authorities immediately.
  • If a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another person/s. Welcoming Wellness Counseling is required by law to notify the police and inform the intended victim.
  • If a client intends to harm himself or herself. Welcoming Wellness Counseling will make every effort to enlist the client’s cooperation in ensuring their safety. If the client does not cooperate, Welcoming Wellness Counseling will take further measures without their permission, that are provided to me by law, in order to ensure their safety.

When should someone seek therapy?

Choosing to begin therapy is an individual choice for everyone. There are many reasons why someone may want to begin therapy including; depression, anxiety, or substance use. Others may be seeking therapy because they are going through a major life transition or are working to pursue their own personal growth. Kyle will work with any client who is interested in making changes in their life in order to reach their personal goals.

If you are not sure if therapy is the right choice for you, please feel free to call and schedule a free 30 minute consultation.


How long does therapy last?

Because therapy is individualized and tailored to each clients needs, it is not possible to state how long it will last. In some cases, therapy may be brief and in other cases it can take many years. Kyle will work with each client to set realistic goals and timeframes of meeting those goals, however, it is important to remember that as you grow and change throughout this process, your goals and timeframes may change as well. The eventual goal of therapy, is to end therapy. Kyle hopes that all clients will be able to work through issues ongoing using the skills and tools learned during their sessions without the ongoing need for therapy.


Do you take insurance?

Welcoming Wellness Counseling does not currently take insurance. In order to have your insurance company pay for your therapy, Kyle has to give you a Mental Disorder Diagnosis. Depending on your insurance plan and company, Kyle will have to write several reports indicating that you are still struggling from a Mental Disorder. In order for the insurance company to continue to pay, the report needs to show that you are still ill, although getting better, but not cured yet. This Mental Disorder Diagnosis will continue to show on your health records, potentially making it more expensive or more difficult to get health insurance in the future.

Welcoming Wellness Counseling has also found that insurance companies only pay for a limited amount of sessions throughout the year which may not coordinate with your personal needs or goals. Kyle wants to be able to continue therapy with clients as long as the need is there and insurance plans may hinder this ability.

If you would like to discuss payment plans, please feel free to call Welcoming Wellness Counseling directly.


What hours are you available throughout the week?

Kyle understand that clients may have limited availability, therefore Welcoming Wellness Counseling offer services Monday through Saturday at various times throughout the day and evening in order to accommodate your needs.

About WWC

Welcoming Wellness Counseling was created in order to provide counseling services to adults in a respectful and confidential way.

What to Expect

Initiating therapy and opening up to a stranger can be uncomfortable and sometimes stressful. Feel free to visit this page to find out what you can expect from Welcoming Wellness Counseling.


WWC offers a variety of services to individuals, families, couples and groups. The goal of counseling is to help each client become their desired self.