We are proud to announce that Grey Dove Counseling is accepting the following insurances:
We are in the process of contracting with other major insurance companies. Please reach out if you have any questions.
All Services will be Telehealth Only due to the current COVID-19 outbreak. Please, call us at 843-940-7549 if you have any questions or concerns.
Initial Individual Therapy Session: $125
Follow-up Individual Session: $100
Follow-up Family Session: $100
Initial Couple's Session: $125 (up to 90 minutes)
Follow-up Couple's Session: $100
Prepare/Enrich Assessment: $35 (per couple)
Group Session: Starting at $25 per session (subject to increase)
Legal Testimony: $400/day
Depositions: $400/day (copying of file and travel costs)
Missed Appointment: $100
Late Cancellation: $50
First Phone Consultation: Free (up to 15 minutes)
Phone Calls Under 15 Minutes: Free
Phone Calls 15-30 Minutes: $25.00
Phone Calls 30-60 Minutes: $50.00
Sliding Scale: Pricing to be discussed with your therapist.
We accept HSA, Cash, Credit (all major credit cards), and FSA.
All payments are due at the time of service.
In order to book an appointment, a valid credit card will need to be on file.
Remember, your life is worth living. Do not allow pricing to stop you from receiving the therapy needed to heal and have a chance at living the life you want. We are willing to meet you where you are.
Grey Dove Counseling uses the Prepare/Enrich program for Couple's Therapy. Prepare/Enrich has been around for over 35 years and aimed at promoting growth and helping others gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics of a relationship. Prepare/Enrich is a powerful program that starts with an online assessment in which each person, independently, complete prior to the start of the first session. The assessment needs to be completed at least a week before the first session. You will have approximately 6 to 8 sessions, covering the following areas: Communication, lifestyle and habits, spiritual beliefs, stress management, conflict resolution, financial management, sex and affection, differences in partner's personalities, family and friends, and relationship roles and expectations. Because I am a Prepare/Enrich Facilitator, my goal will highlight identifying your needs, exploring your strength and growth areas, helping to identify and manage major stressors, resolving conflicts using a Ten Step Model, developing a more balanced relationship using the Couple and Family Maps, and deepening your understanding in personality differences and maximizing teamwork. You will have a solid chance of having the relationship you deserve with your loved one.
Women's Resiliency Group-Do you struggle with bouncing back from a change? Do you question your self-esteem? Do you feel powerless? What are your thoughts about hope? This group will take you on a journey of finding yourself and learning to enjoy everything about YOU. When you think of resilience, you will tap into feeling good being in your own skin, facing change from an optimistic perspective, and bouncing back from setbacks to the point of seeing your opportunity to live the life you deserve.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a program that helps others learn skills to view life differently. DBT will help you tap into being mindful, learning to sit in painful/uncomfortable emotions, building healthier relationships with self and others, and developing the tenacity to accept what is out of your control. Imagine not having many skills to maneuver through life. DBT will be the guide to you in being able to embrace living a life worth living.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for PTSD is a program geared on teaching individuals, suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder and other trauma related disorders, the tools to better manage reactions to triggers, build awareness and acceptance skills, cope better with triggers, and regulate thoughts and emotions. With this program, you will learn to improve relationships with self and others too.
Cognitive Process Therapy is a cognitive therapy that focuses on assisting others with learning how to confront negative beliefs and change the way they see themselves in the world and build necessary tools to improve safety, trust, power/control, esteem, and intimacy. This group is different because the main focus is supporting those suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder. The group will run for 12 sessions and will require a good bit of writing. Please, try to not worry. The writing assignments will be focused on you getting better.
Do not miss another day at being the change you want to see.