How to decide on a counselor
The decision to begin counseling is an important one. You want to choose a therapist who has the right kind of experience and with whom you feel comfortable. Sometimes it helps to call and have a conversation by phone before deciding if any counselor is the right fit for you. You also may want to make your decision based on the therapist's experience.
A counselor is not a doctor and cannot provide medications. For a specialist in psychiatric disorders requiring medications, you must contact a psychiatrist or a psychiatric nurse practitioner.
You may want to call your insurance company to see if the counselor is a provider in your network.
You also may want to ask a friend, pastor, guidance counselor, or doctor who they recommend.
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Karen Lundy has worked in different counseling positions including working with children, teenagers, couples and families. Many of the issues include problems with anxiety, depression, communication, marriage and divorce issues, parenting, children with special needs such as ADHD and autism, substance abuse, anger management.
KCA accepts most insurances and serves on many EAP plans. We are open to discussing how you choose to pay.