Can you tell me more about your counseling services?
Take Flight Counseling Services is in the St. Paul, Minnesota area. We take pride in having gifted experts to offer quality
assistance to all our customers. Our licensed therapist depends on the conviction that individuals really want to empower
themselves and arrive at personal wellness in life. That growth is often achieved by therapy, with licensed professionals.
Anyone can have those internal battles that prevent one's capacity to work through daily functioning. During the time
spent recuperating, it is fundamental to reflect, gain insight and self-awareness by talking through one’s issues in
counseling, to minimize those internal battles from impacting one's capacity to succeed in life. Our essential goal is to
help our clients to heal, thrive, prosper and rise to one’s greatest potential.
What are your rates?
Our rates vary depending on the service you are looking for. Our rates are displayed under the ‘Service, Insurance &
Payment information’ tab. The average cost per session is $80-$160 per session. Call our number for an initial free
consultation. When you give us a call, you will be connected directly to our friendly staff, so you can expect immediate
attention to your inquiry.
What insurance do you take?
We are in-network with the following insurance plans:
Group and Pension Administrators -PHCS Multiplan Network
Magellan Behavioral Health
United Behavioral Health
United Health Care (UHC)
EAP / Employee Assistance Benefits are also accepted, please check with the billing service ahead of time to ensure
the number of EAP sessions you are allowed.
EAP Network Groups:
All One Network Eap
Anthem (BCBS) Eap
Health Advocate Eap
Midwest Solutions Eap
Mutual of Omaha EAP
Wellpoint Behavioral Health EAP
Beacon Health EAP
Optum (Medica) Eap
Optum (MN Fire) Eap
Sandcreek Group Eap
Value Options Eap
Vital Lifeworks Eap
What is your area of focus? What can I get help with at your therapy center?
Our area of focus is depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, stress, alcoholism, abuse, addiction, anger management,
employment issues, among many others. It is through our counseling and therapy sessions that we work to help clients
understand themselves and embrace the therapeutic process for healing.
I do not have insurance, what are my options?
Some people either prefer or need to utilize a self-pay option. In some cases, we offer a sliding scale fee for those in
need. Call to discuss your sliding scale needs with us directly.
Where can I see your full list of services?
Our full list of services is located on the ‘Service, Insurance & Payment Information’ tab. Our specialized trauma
therapies and our affordable rates make us your top choice for therapists across St. Paul.
How do I book a service?
You may also give us a call, so that we may talk to you in person. Be sure to call between the hours of 9am-6pm on
Weekdays and Saturdays from 9am-5pm. We want to work with you in the most convenient way possible, so we make
some late evening weekday appointments available).
What age groups do you see?
We see anyone above the age of 11. The distinct groups which may require different types of care are:
Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13), Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19), Adults, and Elders (65+).
How do I know which therapy is right for me?
Everyone is different and depending on the situation different therapies benefit everyone differently. The best course of
action is to schedule a consultation session to discuss the best course of action to fit your specific needs.
What are some common issues that can be treated through counseling?
Counseling is often highly effective for various sorts of common psychological problems. For instance, if you suffer from
depression, anxiety, alcoholism or excessive anger problems, then talking with a licensed, experienced counselor can
make an enormous difference in your quality of life. Plus, you will learn coping strategies to assist you process your
emotions and feel more content even once you are not during a counseling session.
How important is confidentiality in the field of counseling?
All medical and health professionals follow specific guidelines around confidentiality, and for counselors, confidentiality
is a key aspect of the ACA Code of Ethics. Additionally, counselors are bound by equivalent laws that medical doctors
are, specifically the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, which is mandated by federal law.
This law dictates that private medical records, including psychological state records and people obtained through
counseling or therapy, are protected and shall remain confidential. There are a couple of exceptions to this, for instance,
if you're seeing a counselor and therefore the counselor believes you pose a threat to yourself or others or that a threat
is posed to a minor, elderly person, or person with disabilities, then these circumstances are going to be reported to the
acceptable authorities. If our client shows signs of threatened suicide, a counselor may prefer to contact a beloved one
rather than or in addition to the authorities.