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Questions and Answers

 Do I have to make an appointment through a non-clinical administrative person or receptionist?

No- You can make an appointment on line, or call me and speak to me directly, or leave me a voice mail, but you won't ever have to worry about speaking with anyone other then your counselor.    

 -  Your counselor is the only one you will interact with before, during or after our session, which means you don't have to worry about going through or transacting with anyone with whom you are not familar with and who does not know you, AND you don't have to interact with anyone in the waiting room when you come to your appointment. Your counselor will always meet you at the front door.   

 Does your practice take Insurance? 

  -   YES! Lisa Nazworth is currently in network with Anthem, Aetna, Cigna, Optum, and United Healthcares insurance panels, and I am continuing to add more insurance providers.

 Are session topics, content, all conversation, and my records kept confidential?  


 -  YES! For self pay clients, your entire medical record, including sesssion notes will have 100% confidentiality, because I am the only one who sees and has access to your file. For clients who elect to use insurance to pay for their session, the medical record will be protected under the laws set by the HIPPA for confidentiality. However the verbal content of our conversation will only be heard by me. If an occasion arises, and there is a situation that prompts sharing your file, we will talk through the situation together. 

What prompted me to become a counselor/therapist?   


 -  I was interested in figuring out why negative emotions, thoughts, and certain behaviors often prevent some people from accomplishing what they set out to do in life. I also wanted to understand what variables influences the mind/brain and behaviors and if they are fixed and predetermined, such as by DNA, or if they are more fluid and interactive, such as the home environment, life circumstances and ongoing personal interactions. More importantly, was there a way to change or minimize past negative effects and influence or improve the current way people feel and reduce suffering?  


By the way- the answer is yes!  Modern Neuroscience informs us that we can change the way our brains work throughout our lifetimes, moving our minds past uncomfortable thoughts, feelings and behaviors. 

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