"When we help young people to recognize and expand on their innate strengths and interests, leading a joyful life comes naturally."
- K. Capps Counseling
We are offering teletherapy sessions or in-person sessions with masks throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The health of our clients is our top priority as we continue to ensure that proper safety and sanitation procedures are followed.
Teletherapy involves the use of a HIPAA compliant server to deliver mental health services. Through this practice, the psychotherapist and client communicate through live video conferencing. Many of the same in-person psychotherapy techniques, activities, and therapeutic approaches are used with this modality.
Please visit the contact page to find more information or to schedule an appointment. Thank you!
K. Capps Counseling offers therapy services for children, teens, and emerging adults from 3 to 25 years of age.
This is an essential time of life where physical, emotional, and mental/brain development are continually growing and flexible. It is an ideal time to offer interventions for lasting and empowering change.
1) We specialize in grief and loss, as well as trauma, with children, teens, and young adults.
Grief & loss often includes the experiences of:
- loss of relationships
- loss of a home, pet, or other.
Additionally, we work with children and adolescents experiencing anxiety, depression, bullying, low self-esteem, navigation through life changes, behavioral concerns, and more. As a part of working with youth, we also help parents prepare for and support their children throughout this process of growth and change.
We take an eclectic approach where a variety of modalities and approaches are used to address the specific needs of each client. Play therapy, CBT, IFS, ACT informed treatment, and more may be incorporated based on age and developmental stage. Emotion recognition and processing is also key to working with children.
Our goal is to provide children with the tools they need to support life-long mental health practices. These are applicable tools that they can use to return to a place of stability, balance, and joy throughout their lives.
These other healing modalities include: breathwork, meditation, mindfulness, tapping, artistic expression, and journaling.
Caring for oneself is highly encouraged for all members involved in or supporting the mental health treatment of their loved ones. Properly caring for one's mind, body, and spirit is essential in maintaining overall wellbeing.
All clients are private pay.
Out of Pocket Rate: $145
At K. Capps Counseling we provide all documentation necessary to submit for insurance reimbursement for out of network benefits. Insurance reimbursement rates and out of pocket costs after reimbursement vary. Most insurance companies/plans will reimburse 50-80% of therapy costs after your deductible is met. You can find this information by contacting your insurance company and asking about out-of-network coverage for out-patient mental health services.
We accept cash, check, or credit card, and also gladly accept HSA (Health Savings Account) payments.
GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE Information:Under Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, health care providers and health care facilities are required to inform individuals who are not enrolled in a plan or coverage or a Federal health care program, or not seeking to file a claim with their plan or coverage both orally and in writing of their ability, upon request or at the time of scheduling health care items and services, to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” of expected charges.
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost
Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
"I lost my mom at 8 years old and didn't properly grieve or talk to anyone. I never grieved, I didn't know how. Unfortunately, I struggled with it in my adulthood. I didn't realize how much the death affected every aspect of my life. When I finally went to therapy (as an adult) it all stemmed from not grieving and sharing the difficulty of this experience. Waiting all those years to seek help made it a long journey for me to find peace, but I'm there now."
- Jacqueline W.