Welcome to Progressive Psychological Healthcare

At Progressive Psychological Healthcare, we address the psychological needs of clients and offer an individualized therapeutic technique, plan, and approach for each client or family. Our evidence-based treatment along with our comprehensive system that involves interviewing, consultation, collaboration, and relationship building offers the most balanced and progressive approach for each one of our clients.

Our clinical work revolves around being supportive, flexible, and progressive. Our clinical team is dedicated to providing the most effective therapy treatment that allow our clients to see progression in their mental health and overall life satisfaction.




Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know when it is time to see a therapist?

Is there a persistent problem, condition, or a negative feeling that has been bothering you for a while?

Is there something you want to change in your life but don’t know how?

Are you tired or reliving the same mistakes over and over again?

Not seeing change or improvement?

Do your issues feel too big to tackle on your own?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, than this is a good indicator that you are ready for a change, for support and for options for your future. It may be time and we are here to support you along the way. Remember, your treatment plan is designed specifically to meet your needs and goals. Are you ready for the help you finally deserve?

Do you take my insurance?

We take a variety of different insurances for most of the services that we offer.

Most of our providers are in network with the following insurances:
Blue Choice
United Healthcare/Optum

Please contact us for specific information regarding your personal insurance. We would be happy to verify your benefits and information prior to your initial appointment.

Do not see your specific insurance?

Feel free to contact us to understand your financial options, out of pocket rates as well as out of network benefits.

What can I expect in the first session when I see a therapist?

The initial session is typically 60 minutes.

During this time, you and your therapist will get to know each other, talk about goals, needs and what to expect.

You may also engage in a conversation about what your individualized treatment plan will look like moving forward.

Common questions discussed during the initial session include what symptoms you may be experiencing, your history and background information, and future goals.

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