Finding A Counselor

We feel that the relationship between therapist and client is the most important part of therapy. Our goal is to find the right “match” for your needs.

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Your health and well being are our priorities during the pandemic. We are taking all necessary precautions to make sure our clients, community and team stay safe. We are offering audio and video telehealth visits.

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Individual, outpatient psychotherapy is a one-on-one talk therapy used to identify patterns and reoccurring issues within a person's life which have contributed to emotional distress.
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Maxant & Curtis Mental Health is open for business and accepting referrals and new patients. We are committed to keeping our clients, community and team safe through telehealth visits.

Is Psychotherapy Right for You?


There are many areas of life where problems can arise. Psychotherapists are trained to address multiple life areas, known as life domains. Your therapist can help you navigate these areas.

Common areas of psychotherapy work include:

Family Relationships

Topics such as boundary setting, communication skills and relationship building and growth.

Peer Relationships

Topics such as social skills, social identity and social network building.

Personal Identity

Topics such as gender identity, sexuality, self care, personal growth and development.

School and Work

Topics such as academic achievement, work satisfaction, future planning and work/life balance.

Finding a counselor can be stressful.

We feel that the relationship between therapist and client is the most important part of therapy.

There are many types of psychotherapy approaches. We use a strength-based and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach which are trauma-informed and neurologically-informed.

Using these techniques, we feel confident you will find our office to be a safe and confidential place to create change in your life.

Strength-based Psychotherapy

Builds upon your existing strengths (things you already know you are good at) and assists in discovering new strengths (things you didn’t know you were capable of achieving). Using your strengths in daily life helps you transform into a confident, motivated individual.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

An evidence-based psychotherapy technique of re-training the way you think about yourself and the world around you.

Trauma-informed Psychotherapy

Emphasizes safety, choice, collaboration, trust and empowerment.

Neurologically-informed Psychotherapy

A holistic model to understand the brain’s system of emotional regulation with biological, psychological and social influences.

How Does it Work?

If you feel that we might be the right match for you, follow these easy steps.

Step 1:

Complete the Contact Us Form

This form will provide us with your contact information, insurance plan and general needs.

Step 2:

We will reach out to you with a plan

Based on your need and your insurance, we will reach out to you to secure a plan.

Frequent Asked Questions

What if I want to see you for psychotherapy and you don’t accept my insurance?

You can call your insurance company and ask if you have an “out-of-network” benefit for mental health services. If you do have this benefit, your insurance company will reimburse you for some, or all, of your out-of-pocket expenses that you pay to this office. We can assist this process by sending a claim directly to your insurance company on your behalf. If you do not have an out-of-network insurance benefit, we can offer services at our private pay rate. We can send you a list of rates if you complete a Contact Us request.

Do you offer telehealth?

Yes, we offer both telehealth and in-person appointments.

What is the difference between a counselor, therapist, psychiatrist, etc?

The short answer is:

A counselor, therapist, clinician, social worker, psychotherapist, psychologist are all terms used to describe professionals that use evidence-based practices to alleviate emotional pain and suffering through psychotherapy (talk therapy). 

A psychiatrist, or psychiatric nurse practitioner, are medical professionals that can also prescribe medication to help manage symptoms.

Will you need to talk to my school, psychiatrist, PCP or others?
We will only talk to other supportive persons with your request and written permission.
Do you do family therapy?

We do not provide family therapy at this time.

Will you help complete paperwork for school services like 504 or IEP requests, or other providers if I need you to?

Yes. There are some services that this office may perform which are not covered by your insurance plan. These services may include report writing, consultations with other providers, IEP meeting attendance, phone calls, etc. These fees are detailed in our intake paperwork which you will be required to sign upon initiating services. Your mental health provider will ensure that any out-of-pocket expenses are discussed prior to commencement of services.

Do you provide medication?

Adrienne Nash, PMHNP-BC provides medication management to her clients only as an add-on to outpatient therapy. She does not prescribe for those who are not actively working with her in therapy.

How long are sessions?
Session length varies depending on a combination of what your insurance authorizes and what your needs are.
Intake appointments are 60 minutes. Typical follow-up sessions last 45 minutes.
How many sessions will I need?
There is no simple answer to this question. Your unique needs will determine how many sessions we have together. Examples include weekly, biweekly, monthly or on an as needed basis. Your therapist will help you determine what is right for you.
Do you do couples therapy?

We do not provide couples therapy at this time.

Contact Us Today!

We look forward to hearing from you.