Corner Post Counseling, PLLC offers several different approaches in the following service settings:
Session is in person and in the comfort of a collaborative and compassionate counselor's office.
Session is in the comfort of your chosen space. You will connect via the app or online portal through the electronic health record (EHR).
Session is in person with a group of peers and one or two counselors.
Traditional Office and Teletherapy:
$220 Initial session (60 - 90 minutes)*
$160 per 60 minutes session*
$120 per 45 minute session*
*Ask about self-pay discount.
$45 per session per person
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Cross Blue Shield Expansion
United Health Care
VA Community Care Network
Employee Assistance Programs
The Village EAP
Live Well Solutions
Participation may vary by Counselor.
Please ask if you do not see your insurance above.
Working with an Intern
Corner Post Counseling, PLLC, is now an education site for students to learn in their clinical profession.
Sessions are cost effective - $50.00
May not be suitable for crisis
Intern is leaving
May not be a good fit
*Benefits and Risks are not all inclusive.
Working with an intern is beneficial for both participants to provide open communication, clarity and therapeutic goals. The intern is supervised by a clinical supervisor to assist in the training of the clinician and help the patient achieve their therapeutic goals. The intern learning process includes significant oversight. Interns present cases and receive feedback both in their practicum class, individual supervision, and group supervision. This oversight helps the future clinician to become a better clinician and improves their ability to better serve you.
The availability of an intern is sooner than waiting for an experienced clinician.
Charges for an intern are minimal. Yes, the fee you pay to receive services from an intern is $50.00. This is due to the training experience the intern is receiving. Your intern is learning during this process of your therapy treatment. Your continued feedback to the intern is crucial for their development.
The time with the intern is short term as the intern will be terminating once their internship hours are completed. If you’re on a waitlist for another therapist (or three), working with an intern could be a great opportunity to receive support while you’re waiting. After all, whenever you make the call to a therapist is when you are the most motivated to dive in. Your intern will assist you with referrals to a new clinician.
Working with an intern can be very rewarding and challenging for both participants. Therefore, working with an intern may not be for everyone. If you are in crisis or concerned for the safety of yourself or others, working with an experienced clinician may be a better option.