How long do therapy sessions typically last?
Individual therapy typically last 50 minutes otherwise specified during your first session.
What is your cancellation policy?
Your appointment time is reserved for you. If you need to cancel your appointment, it is important that you call to cancel or reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled session. Missed appointments that are not canceled or rescheduled 24 hours prior to your scheduled session will be billed to you.
Do you take insurance?
No, I do not take insurance at this time. However, superbills are provided through the online current client portal.
How can I pay for my sessions?
You can pay for your session using cash, credit card or check. Payment is due at the time of your session.
How early do I need to arrive prior to my appointment time?
It is recommended that you arrive five minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time so that your session begins on time. Arriving late to your session will cut into your 50 minute allotted session time.
What is Mindfulness?
“Mindfulness mean paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.” -Jon Kabat-Zinn
According to the University of Southern California Mindfulness Center (2017), to be mindful is to be awake, open and kind.
Awake: To know what is happening right now in the changing flow of experience
Open: Receptive and nonjudgemental to what is happening right now
Kind: To respond with self-compassion to whatever arises
How are you involved in the Houston Community?
For more information on how I am involved in the community, please visit my Blog.
Can I follow you on social media?
YES! I encourage you to follow my business pages for daily encouragement, helpful articles and more!
If you would like daily encouragement, book recommendations and mindfulness tips, you can follow my Instagram page @ElizabethMillerTherapy.
If you enjoy reading articles and keeping up with what I am doing in the community, you can like my Facebook page @ElizabethMillerTherapy.
I do not add clients to personal social media accounts due to confidentiality issues and ethical reasons.