FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS A TREATMENT STACK?
A treatment stack is a unique approach to healing where multiple treatment modalities are scheduled close together in a "stack". This can be all in one day or spread over a few days or weeks. This approach allows each modality to build on and work with the last in order to get to the deeper causes and achieve faster longer lasting healing results. A treatment stack is unique to the client and no two stacks are exactly the same. Stacks also change in frequency and duration over time as the individual heals and grows. New traumas may cause an increase in session frequency or for new modalities to be added to the stack. An easy example of a treatment stack: You schedule a massage on Monday and a LENS session on Wednesday before you see your counselor on Thursday or Friday. This process repeats on a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or quarterly basis until ideal results are achieved and the stack can be amended. There is a period of processing or detox immediately following any and all treatment modalities. It is within that time frame that we have discovered that other modalities become even more effective.
HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT?
Each Practitioner has their own scheduler, payment system and service costs. Click on the prexctitoner profile for all of this information.
HOW MUCH DO THE SERVICES COST?
Cost will vary, depending on the practitioner.
DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?
For Counseling services, there is an option to submit to your insurance. Please check before hand if your insurance is in network with our counseling services.
For other therapies and modalities, due to the lack of insurance coverage for integrative medical services, we are unable to accept insurance at this time, or file insurance claims for you. With the approval of your insurance company, your visits may be reimbursed through health savings accounts (HSA) or flexible spending accounts (FSA). We recommend you call your insurance provider for information about what your plan covers. We are happy to provide you documentation for submission to your insurance company.