Reserve Psychological Consultants Inc.
210 Portage Trail Ext. W, Suite 101 Cuyahoga Falls Ohio 44223
Our patients are seen by appointment only. Please call our office to schedule an initial appointment. Once you call, it will be determined which of our staff can best meet your needs. Psychotherapy appointments are scheduled for 45 minutes. Brief and extended appointments are offered when necessary.
If you find it necessary to cancel a scheduled appointment, we request 24-hour notice in advance. Appointments missed without 24-hour prior notice may be billed at the regular fee. It is important to note that insurance companies do not provide reimbursement for cancelled sessions. Cancellations can be made after our regular business hours by calling the office and leaving a message on our voice mail system.
Reserve Psychological Consultants, Inc. accepts health insurance coverage as well as self-payment for psychological services. Payment in full for self-payment clients or insurance co-payment, if applicable, are paid at each visit. Payments can be made by cash or check, we do not accept credit cards.
Psychological outpatient services are covered under most health insurance plans. Our psychologists are network providers to many insurance plans. Contact your insurance company regarding mental health coverage. Make sure your insurance coverage is active and that Reserve Psychological Consultants and the treatment provider that you plan to see are on your insurance plan. Also, ask about co-payments, deductibles, session limits and any special provisions in your contract that may apply. If your insurance requires a prior authorization, you will need to contact your insurance company prior to the first appointment to obtain this.
Reserve Psychological Consultants, Inc. believes that any person seeking psychological help has the right of privileged communication. This means that your clinical information will be kept confidential except as allowed under the State of Ohio laws. In order for any information to be released, a "Release of Information" form must be signed by the patient or guardian.