Are you a Christian counselor?
I am a Christian and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Spirituality is deeply important to me, and it is important that I acknowledge the presence of God in all I do. God is the source of meaning, purpose, and healing in my life. I enjoy the opportunities to share God with others. However, I do understand that not all people share my passion and beliefs and struggle with the concept of God and religion. Spiritual integration is at the request of the client, and the lack of integration will in no way impact the effectiveness of counseling sessions.
Do you work with couples and families?
Yes, Rosalind Smith Counseling works with youth, individuals, couples, and families.
How much does counseling cost?
The session fee is $135. Some insurances will help to cover the cost of individual counseling; however, I do not accept insurance for couple and family counseling. It is your responsibility and in your best interest to contact your insurance provider to verify your benefits. Once an appointment is scheduled, you will be expected to pay for it unless you provide 48 hours of advanced notice of cancellation.
What insurances do you accept?
The following insurances are accepted: Aetna, Ambetter/Buckeye, Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield, CareSource, Cigna, Humana, Molina, UMR, and United Healthcare. It is your responsibility and in your best interest to contact your insurance provider to verify your benefits. Once an appointment is scheduled, you will be expected to pay for it unless you provide 48 hours of advanced notice of cancellation.
How long does a counseling session take?
Sessions are typically scheduled for 60 minutes; however, couples and families may desire longer sessions. Most people commit to weekly sessions to ensure consistent progress. The frequency of the sessions will be discussed and decided upon during the initial session and reviewed periodically.
What can I expect during the first session?
You can expect to have some paperwork and assessments to complete prior to the session. You can expect to share your reasons for seeking counseling along with your background and personal history.
Is my conversation with the therapist confidential?
How do you verify a counselor’s license status and certifications?
You can follow the links below to the Ohio Board and the various certification bodies.
Counselor and Social Worker and Marriage Therapist Board
Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board (CDCA)
Evergreen Certifications (CCTP, CCATP)
Center for Credentialing & Education (BC-TMH)
Academy Hour (CFRC)