We believe that the decision to begin therapy is a step towards investing in yourself.

 

If you don’t know what to expect from the process, it can feel a bit scary. Please know, one of our top priorities is that you feel safe in the process of therapy and in our therapeutic relationship. If you have any questions or concerns as we begin, please bring them to the provider’s attention before or during the first session.

Make an Appointment

There are several ways to set up an appointment with one of our providers, so pick the option that is easiest for you.

You can call us at  360-718-8544 or 360-953-8740.  We do our best to answer phone calls, but if you get our voicemail that means we are with another client or simply away from the phone. Please feel free to leave us a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.

Email us at info@intouchcounselingservices.com

You can also contact us through our online form below.

 

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Our Intake Process

Once you contact us, someone will do a phone screening with you to see whether you are fit for any of our providers. They will also ask you about health insurance and take that information if you plan to use it. If the screening suggests we have a provider that would be a good fit for you, then we can help you to check your health insurance benefits so you have a better sense of how much treatment will cost.

If you decide to set up an initial consultation you will be given access to our website where you can fill out some questionnaires and forms online. The initial consultation usually takes 45-50 minutes and involves a thorough assessment of what you are struggling with, relevant background information and what you are wanting from treatment.  The consultation is not a commitment to therapy, but rather a chance to meet your potential therapist and to give both parties a chance to see if you will work well together. If your provider does not believe they are an excellent fit for you, they will refer you to someone else. We strive to provide therapy to people who fit with our specialty areas and to refer those people out who are a not a good fit, so that they can find the right person.