FORENSIC EXAMINEES: If your assessment is for a legal purpose, your paperwork is not on this website. If you would like the paperwork for a forensic evaluation prior to your scheduled appointment, please give us a call.
Complete your forms before your appointment
Please complete your forms after scheduling but in advance of your appointment - we cannot see you without them! Our forms are HIPAA-compliant and secure. We recommend you complete them on a computer unless you're really good at typing on your phone or tablet.
New Patient Deposit:
A deposit is required to schedule a new patient appointment. Please don't take this personally! This policy is intended to reduce no-shows for first time appointments. The amount of the deposit varies with the service being requested. Most new patient appointments require a $40 deposit, but some lengthy evaluations require $75 or more. The deposit will be applied toward your fee or copayment for your first visit. If your insurance covers our services at 100%, your deposit will be refunded to you after your claim processes. If you wish to cancel your appointment after scheduling, we are happy to refund your deposit if you provide us more than 24 hours' notice. If you need to reschedule, please give us at least 24 hours' notice, or the deposit will be forfeited and a new deposit must be paid. Any subsequent appointments cancelled or rescheduled without at least 24 hours' notice will be billed to you at $40.
New Patients, Please Arrive early!
Please arrive at least 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to complete new patient paperwork (unless you have completed it in advance, in which case please arrive 10 minutes early). We typically do not run behind schedule. Your clinician has reserved a specific amount of time for you and will not be able to extend your appointment if paperwork is not ready by the start of your appointment.
Don't forget to bring your ID. Bring your insurance card if we will be filing insurance for you. Patients under 18 and dependent adults must bring a legal guardian with them to the first appointment. A stepparent is not a legal guardian unless a court has provided them with paperwork stating as such!