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A psychiatric evaluation is a process in which a mental health professional, such as a psychiatrist or a clinical psychologist, assesses an individual's mental health status and symptoms. This may include a review of medical and mental health history, a physical examination, and administering psychological tests and questionnaires. The goal of the evaluation is to identify any mental health conditions or disorders that may be present and make recommendations for treatment.

During a psychiatric evaluation, you can expect to be asked a series of questions about your symptoms, medical and mental health history, and overall well-being. The evaluator may also ask you to complete psychological tests or questionnaires. It is important to be honest and open during the evaluation, as this will help the evaluator to better understand your symptoms and make accurate recommendations for treatment. You can also expect to spend about an hour or more for the evaluation.

This depends on your specific insurance plan. Some insurance plans fully cover psychiatric evaluations, while others may require a co-pay or have limits on the number of evaluations that are covered. It is important to check with your insurance provider to understand what is covered under your plan. If you do not have insurance, you may be able to find low-cost or sliding scale mental health services in your area.

Therapy is a process in which an individual speaks with a trained professional to work through and address emotional, psychological, or behavioral issues. The therapist may use various techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, talk therapy, or other evidence-based therapies to help the individual understand and cope with their symptoms. Therapy can be conducted in individual or group sessions, and the frequency of sessions can vary depending on the individual's needs.

Now, you may be wondering, "Is therapy right for me?" Well, let me tell you, therapy can be helpful for a variety of mental health conditions and symptoms. It's not just for those who have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder, but also for those who are dealing with stress, relationship issues, or life transitions. If you're experiencing symptoms such as anxiety, depression, or difficulty coping with stress, therapy may be right for you. It's important to speak with a mental health professional to get a better understanding of what therapy can do for you and if it's right for you. And remember, it's also important to find a therapist you feel comfortable with and trust, so you can get the most benefit from therapy.


Yes, Saafe Behavioral Services accepts many insurance plans. However, it is always a good idea to check with your insurance company to verify coverage for the specific services you require. You can also contact our office for more information on payment options.

We offer both in-person and virtual services, depending on the needs and preferences of our clients. In-person services are available at our office locations, while virtual services are conducted through our HIPAA-compliant virtual software platform.

Our virtual software platform is fully compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), meaning that all of your personal and medical information is kept private and secure. This enables us to offer virtual therapy sessions with the same level of privacy and security as in-person visits.

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