Cape Family Medical Clinic Counseling is a group of professionals dedicated to helping clients of all ages find balance, and health. Individuals, couples, families, and groups are seen at our location for concerns such as grief, depression, anxiety, relationships, addictions, eating disorders, stress management, parenting, and career transition.
We start with an assessment. An assessment helps to identify the problem, as well as the client’s strengths.
A plan guides us in targeting the specific and individual needs of the client.
We provide a safe space to help you thrive.
Finding the right fit for a counselor is so important, but often times people don’t know the right questions to ask a potential counselor. We’ve put together a list of questions that may be helpful for you to ask as you are considering who to choose!
We believe that in a perfect world, our close relationships would provide us the direction that we need to make important decisions, and to see personal growth and development. However, we live in an imperfect world. Most of us have probably felt relief after talking with a friend or family member about something that has been troubling us. Counseling works in a similar way. As we talk with someone who has an objective point of view, our perspective on the problem often begins to change. We become more resilient and develop better coping resources. A sense of strength emerges or returns. In circumstances that have previously felt empty and hopeless, we begin to find meaning and joy.
We have immediate openings for excellent Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW’s) who want to join our team. We’re looking for dedicated, self-motivated individuals who enjoy working collaboratively as part of a team. We hire coworkers with the hope they will stay with our Cape Family Medical Clinic community for a long time.
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume and credentials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We see clients from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and cultures for individual, group, pre-marital, marital and family counseling.
Click here and easily reach out to us by filling out the short form. Additionally, you may want to read about our staff and, when you are ready, call us to set up an appointment. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate walk-in appointments for counseling services.
Yes, we are able to accept most insurances. However, it will depend on your specific policy as to whether or not you have mental health coverage. We can work with you to help determine what will work best for you.
Individual sessions are typically 45-50 minutes long. Family, couple and group sessions may be longer. Assessments and evaluations will likely take longer depending on the assessments being given.
Coaching is not unlike counseling in totality; however, it tends to be more focused on motivation, possibilities and goals. Coaching is defined as “a method of directing, instructing and training a person or group of people, with the aim to achieve some goal or develop specific skills.”
Yes, we offer Care Credit. Simply follow the link to apply for this program that will help you to make smaller monthly payments on various medical services. With the CareCredit plan you can get the health and wellness treatments you want and need today and pay for it later.
Yes. Please let your counselor know that you are interested in faith-based counseling when you make an appointment or during your first session. We welcome people from a variety of faith backgrounds, as well as those with no faith background. We value diversity and respect your beliefs.
The first session will be a process of getting to know you and what you are hoping to get out of counseling. You may share as much as you feel comfortable (we recognize you are getting to know us too!). Your counselor will most likely ask you questions to help move the process along and gather relevant information. Towards the end of the first session, you and your counselor will make a plan to address your goals. We see this process as one of collaboration. It is normal that you may feel a little apprehensive about your first session if you have not been in therapy before. However, most clients report that they feel a great deal of relief at the end of their first session.
This depends on your specific needs. On average, clients come once a week. This can vary by client, with some clients coming several times a week or several times a month.
Our fees vary depending on the education level and licensure/certification of your counselor – as well as whether you are attending an individual, group, family session, or workshop. If finances are a concern for you, we can work on a sliding scale based on your income level.
We have a 24-hour cancellation policy. Appointments that are not cancelled before the 24-hour mark, will incur the full session fee, and two missed appointments will result in being taken off of the schedule.
Things come up and we understand that, however, we take Mental Health very seriously and we hope you do as well. So, it is our policy if you are going to miss your appointment you need to give us at least 24-hour’s notice.