Our therapists offer a free 15-minute consultation by phone or in person. We can address issues such as, depression and anxiety, post-traumatic stress, communication and conflict resolution, anger management, recovery from abuse, relationship issues for couples and families or problems adjusting to life changes such as the death of a loved one, divorce, the loss of a job, relationship or pet. Please contact us at (608)-244-4859.
For individual, couple or family psychotherapy for master’s level therapists, our rates are:
- Initial 55-minute intake and assessment: $200
- Subsequent 55-minute sessions: $165
For individual, couple or family psychotherapy for Ph.D. level therapists, our rates are:
- Initial 55-minute intake and assessment: $250
- Subsequent 55-minute sessions: $215
Our out-of-pocket rates are subject to a sliding-fee scale in the event of financial hardship. Please have this discussion with your therapist when requesting services. Please call (608)-244-4859 to inquire.
We require a 48-hour notice for canceled or rescheduled appointments. If you cancel within the 48-hour time frame, you will be subjected to a $75 fee. If you fail to call or contact the clinic, you will be subjected to a $100 fee.
Many, but not all, of our therapists accept the following insurances. Please call us to confirm:
- Dean Health Plan (coming soon!)
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Medicaid (Badgercare)
- Care Wisconsin
- The Alliance
- Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)
- WEA Trust
- Health EOS
- NOTE: We are unable to accept Badgercare Plus, such as Badgercare with Quartz HMO. If you have an HMO associated with your Medicaid plan, such as Dean, GHC or Quartz, we are unable to accept your insurance. We will update this space if that changes. Questions? Call us at 608-244-4859.
Low-cost counseling with graduate students
At Insight, we offer low-cost counseling services provided by graduate students working under the supervision of Licensed Professional Counselors. When working one-on-one with our graduate interns, you will receive thoughtful, compassionate counseling at an affordable cost. Please contact us at (608)-244-4859 to complete a short screening process, and let our intake coordinator know that you would like to see a graduate-level intern.
I believe that everyone has strengths and I take pride in helping others find those strengths.Kelly Kendricks
Group therapy — Creative Recovery through the Artist’s Way
Psychotherapy and Therapeutic Art Group with Tammi Zine, LPC
This group will focus on how to deal with creative and/or mental blocks and be inspired. Get ready to unleash the artist or maker within. We get bogged down with busyness in our lives, and creative endeavors, along with pleasure, take a backseat. Lack of creativity and pleasure can lead to depression, anxiety, and mental burnout.
We will use “The Artist’s Way,” a book written by Julia Cameron, to assist us in this incredibly powerful 12-week journey that will propel us toward creative recovery. Within the powerful group dynamic we immerse ourselves in the flow of creative work, resulting in projects, collaborations and deep connections. Together, we dive into artistic dates and set goals in a supportive environment. In addition to the incredible support participants receive in the groups, we gain a sense of accountability, self-acceptance and accomplishment. We come as we are and we process in our own creative way. Guest speakers who have made creative work their life’s practice will also be invited. Begins Tuesday, Sept. 10, from 6-8:30 p.m.
Please contact us at (608)-244-4859 to learn more. You can also email Tammi at email@example.com.
I absolutely LOVED Tammi Zine’s art therapy group! It was incredibly inspiring. It really made something come alive inside of me! The safety that we created in our group that was guided by Tammi was absolutely remarkable. The openness and honesty that we shared allowed me to truly open up my creative process which was incredibly healing. I’m even considering starting a new career in art therapy as a result of how alive the group made me feel! Absolutely INCREDIBLE to sum it up… I feel truly blessed to have art and the creative process back in my life as a result of this class. Thank you so much for the opportunity.
Skill Building — Beginner’s Mind: Meditation 101 and 102
Skills group with Victoria Ellington-Deitz, LPC
If you are looking to start a meditation practice, you’re invited to try our four-week series called Beginner’s Mind: Meditation 101. This introductory series is designed to help enrich your meditation through practice, goal-setting and overcoming obstacles. Meditations we will practice include mindfulness, body-scan, lovingkindness, and visualization. Already have a meditation practice, or graduated from our 101 workshop? Then Beginner’s Mind: Meditation 102 is for you. During this hourlong weekly meeting, we will cultivate the skills learned in our introductory workshop to reap the full benefits of a regular mindfulness practice.
Meditation, including mindfulness and compassion meditations, are proven to help us feel and function better.
Coming this fall: Dialectical Behavior Therapy group
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) can provide new skills to manage emotions and improve relationships.
We are currently working on adding group sessions utilizing DBT. Stay tuned for more information.
- Personalized therapy and yoga instruction by a registered yoga teacher
- Individualized/one-on-one programs
- Exploration of creating holistic wellness
- No yoga experience necessary
- Personal care from a yoga practitioner who understands basic and traditional medicinal aspects, injury and illness, has a knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and a passion for combining modern science with ancient yogic tradition and philosophy
If you’re looking yoga therapy, Maureen or Nikki will meet with you to assess your needs from a holistic perspective. What works for you physically, emotionally, mentally? They can design a program to help you facilitate sustainable change that leads to overall well-being. Contact Nikki Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org or Maureen Grosse at email@example.com.
- Initial 60-minute intake and assessment: $100
- Subsequent 60-minute sessions: $80
Interested in group yoga?
Visit our yoga studio’s webpage for more information on our group classes.
The American Dance Therapy Association, founded in 1966, defines dance/movement therapy (DMT) as the “psychotherapeutic use of movement to further the emotional, cognitive, physical and social integration of the individual” (adta.org). Research shows that movement can open nerve pathways between the brain and body and impact growth and development during all life stages. Dance/movement therapy is a unique form of psychotherapy that is founded on strengthening this body-mind connection.
What to expect in a session
- Individualized therapy provided by a board certified dance/movement therapist who also has a license in professional counseling.
- Dance/movement therapist is adapted for all ages, sexes and mental and physical abilities.
- No dance experience necessary.
- Healing of the whole person by incorporating movement, creative process, and verbal communication.
- Gain access to emotions and issues that might be hard to talk about in verbal therapy.
- Learn to use movement as a means for self-expression, insight, and behavioral change.
Benefits of DMT
- Improve your self-expression and growth
- Strengthen your mind- body connection
- Learn body-based techniques to improve your focus, reduce anxiety, increase relaxation
To learn more about dance/movement therapy, please visit Tara’s site at tararollins.com
Somatic Expressive Therapy
Somatic expressive therapy (SET) recognizes the body as fundamental to healing. SET uses the expressive arts — including movement, writing and drawing — to help clients better understand their healing process.
What to expect
A combination of the following tailored to each individual: Stretching, Yoga, Qigong, dance, drawing, writing, relaxation exercises, mindfulness exercises, body-awareness exercises, and visualization.
SET can help in many ways including increased relaxation, motivation and insight; lower stress, depression and anxiety symptoms; and it can encourage emotional regulation.Victoria Ellington-Deitz