Inner Peace Counseling Services is an independently owned private practice located in the University Area of Charlotte, North Carolina. We offer an array of counseling and consultative services. We are generalists who can work with most counseling issues but we specialize in working with professional women, life transitional issues, career change and those who are managing physical illnesses along with anxiety and depression. We use an integrative behavioral model which allows us to work in partnership with physicians to manage the total person.

Our Wellness Services

Office Information

The office is open Tuesday-Friday, with occasional office hours on Saturday. Therapy sessions are by appointment only. Ongoing individual sessions last 45-60 minutes, unless otherwise arranged. Longer sessions, arranged in advance, are billed on a pro-rated basis. Group sessions last 90 minutes.

Cancellations

If you must cancel an appointment for any reason, please do so at least 24 hours in advance, or you will be charged $100 for the session. To cancel an appointment, simply leave a message at (704.717.2800).

Fees

The fee for a 60 minute individual or couples session is $125. First sessions can run longer and are set at $150 due to the significant increase in administrative details. Co-pays are expected if using insurance. Payment in full (cash, card or check) is due at the time of the session for anyone paying out of pocket. A certain portion of the practice is reserved to work with individuals on a sliding-scale fee. Please contact the office to find out if there are available sliding-scale openings.

Insurance

Inner Peace is contracted with many insurance providers. Once you have set up your appointment, please contact your insurance company to determine whether your assigned therapist is covered as a participating provider. If you were seen for an appointment and the provider was found to not be covered by your Insurance provider, you will be responsible for the full fee not covered by your insurance. It is also advised that you ask your insurance company if you need an authorization for treatment and what will be your expected co-pay.

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