The Intake session can vary depending on the provider, but all follow-up visits are 50-55 minutes in length.
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Each person is a unique individual with his or her own experiences and insights. While no counselor can ethically tell a client how many visits will be needed or guarantee results, Vann & Associates’ goal is to never keep a client in counseling any longer than needed. We believe in a collaborative relationship with the client that uses targeted techniques to assist a client in reaching their goals as quickly as possible.
Yes, per Texas State law and LPC Board Rules, a copy of the most recent divorce decree is required to be in the minor-aged client’s chart.
Yes, per HIPAA, State law, and LPC Board Rules, all information in the counseling session is confidential with 3 exceptions for mandated reporting: a threat to harm oneself in a suicidal way; a threat to physically harm another person/people; and harm committed to a minor-aged child. If a court order comes from a judge, then records may be released. Other than legal instances, a counselor cannot release any information without a signed Release of Information from the client or the guardian of a minor-aged client. Clients have a right to know what is in their record and are encouraged to ask any questions that they may have regarding the contents of their chart.