On this page, you will find the steps to getting started with your counseling journey. You will have the option of both scheduling your appointment as well as making the payment for your session in advance if you are an online counseling client. Once you and Belky have reached an agreement as to the type of therapy that is best for you and have set a fee for your services, feel free to use the below directions below to begin your intake process.
Intake Directions for Online Clients:
- Please email Belky or fill out the Contact Form and Intake forms will be emailed you to prior to your online/telephone counseling appointment. Once you have completed the forms, please return them to Belky once you have completed them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Create a Skype account that you will use for your online counseling sessions. You can do so here.
- Once you have scheduled your appointment with Belky, please pay for your session below. To do so, create a PayPal account to submit payments for your online therapy sessions here.
- You make may your payment below when you are ready.
Note: Show up to your online session at least 5 minutes early to make sure you account for any technical difficulties. If for some reason you are unable to make it to your appointment and it is less than 24 hours before your appointment, fees already paid will be applied to future appointments.
If you are attending an in-office session, paperwork and payment for services will be collected at your first visit. You will receive all intake forms at this time. Contact Belky via her email address email@example.com, call her at 305-815-7630 or submit any questions to the Contact Belky page for setting up an appointment day, finding a suitable appointment time for you, and going over fees for services. Review the available insurances accepted here if you have mental health or behavioral health benefits that cover your in-office sessions.
Note: Sessions are confidential in nature and any information shared, with three exceptions, are kept in strict confidence. Exceptions to confidentiality include information related to self-harm, harming a child, or harming an adult incapable of defending themselves.