Seeking care for behavioral health concerns, whether for yourself or your child, can itself cause some stress – especially if you don’t know what to look for in a therapist, or if your insurance coverage for mental health is limited or nonexistent.
Here to help is Jennifer Schwartz, PhD, director of Drexel’s new Psychological Services Center. The center is now open following the $10 million renovation of Stratton Hall (which also included modern office facilities for the Department of Psychology), and providing affordable and cutting-edge psychological treatments and assessments to clients from across Philadelphia and surrounding regions. The ribbon-cutting ceremonial opening is today.
I asked Schwartz to discuss some of the most important questions you should ask when choosing a therapist. Here are her suggestions for the top five questions you should ask (and how…
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