What type of therapy does Rose City Center offer?
Rose City Center offers psychoanalytic psychotherapy for individuals and couples.
What's the difference between a psychoanalyst, a psychiatrist, and a psychologist?
Does Rose City Center take insurance?
No, we are a fee-for-service provider, which means you are directly responsible for all payments for therapy. We can, upon request, provide you with a superbill, a detailed receipt of the services provided. Depending upon your type of insurance, you may submit the superbill to your insurer and potentially get reimbursed for your therapy. However, the relationship is legally between you and your insurer.
How much will my therapy cost?
Cost is determined at your first appointment and is at the clinician’s discretion.
What types of payment are accepted and when will I be expected to pay?
Rose City Center accepts Cash, Check, and All Major Credit Cards
What should I expect during my first session?
Arrive early so you have plenty of time to fill out the necessary paperwork. Don't worry about presenting an organized case - just relax, come in, and talk. You and your clinician will discuss your treatment goals and strategize a game plan together. Your clinician will orient you to the process, advise you of the costs, and obtain your written informed consent before proceeding.
How long is a session, and how many sessions will I need?
Sessions are approximately 45 minutes long. Your initial intake session may be a little bit longer, depending on the discretion of the therapist. Psychoanalytic psychotherapy is a process, the healing happens over time. You and your therapist will determine how many sessions are advised as your healing progresses. The value of Rose City Center is that you will not be limited to what insurance decrees, but rather what you and your therapist decide is best for you.