Frequently Asked Questions
How do I make an appointment?
Call (828) 259-3369 and ASCC’s Clinical Manager will do an intake screening with you. We do not accept walk-ins.
What is the waiting time to see a therapist?
This fluctuates depending on the client’s needs and the availability of a therapist. Please call the center for current availability. Currently, the average wait time is between 2-4 weeks.
Do you take private health insurance or Medicare or Medicaid?
No, All Souls Counseling Center does not bill any insurance.
How do I know if I need therapy?
Typically, people seek therapy when emotional issues or symptoms are negatively affecting their relationships, ability to work, or general functioning and their efforts to pull themselves out of it on their own haven’t worked very well.
What should I expect at my first counseling session?
How much does counseling cost?
I don’t have any financial resources. Can I still see a therapist?
I am still an active substance user. Can I get help at All Souls Counseling Center?
Is All Souls Counseling Center a religious organization?
Are All Souls Counseling Center’s therapists licensed?
Yes, ASCC’s 16+ therapists are professionally licensed and have at least five years of clinical experience, however most ASCC therapists have much more than 5 years of experience.
Do you offer group therapy?
ASCC does offer group therapy on an as-need basis. Group participation is voluntary, and requires a recommendation by the therapist and screening by the group therapist.
How often will I see my therapist?
When starting out, clients will generally be seen once a week and should move to less frequency as goals are being met in therapy. At ASCC, we offer short-term counseling which generally is between 3-6 months ASCC does not provide long-term counseling.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, card, and check. Client’s are expected to pay the therapy fee the day of their appointment.