Have Questions? We Have Anwsers.

We all face similar questions. We’ve done our best to gather some answers.
What services do you provide?
Fancher Psychology & Assessment, LLC is committed to providing help throughout the span of life, and specialize in issues facing many people today including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and life transitions.

Services

  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Consulting
  • Training & Presentations

    Specialties

  • Anxiety, panic, stress & OCD
  • Depression
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Life transitions
  • Grief
  • The transition to becoming a parent
  • Trauma
  • Attachment & interpersonal neurobiology
How do I pay for therapy?
Today, many insurance plans will cover some form of Mental Health Therapy. We are in-network providers with Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and Dr. Fancher is in-network with the Northwestern Student Health Insurance plan. We also provide superbills for out of network reimbursement. If for some reason you can’t afford therapy, we will gladly discuss arrangements.

What should I expect on my first visit?
Your first visit is a time to gather information; from you, and from us. Feel free to ask us anything you like.

We use this time to learn about your past, understand what you’d like to achieve in therapy, and to make a plan for treatment. The goal in the beginning is to make sure you feel feel comfortable and to help you gain tools to relieve your distress.

What makes therapy successful?
Therapy is different from the typical doctor/patient relationship. Therapy is a commitment to yourself. Successful therapy often depends on the the types of interventions utilized and the relationship between the therapist and client. Our compassionate therapists and use of scientifically researched interventions will help to ensure your receive the best care possible.

What about confidentiality?
Fancher Psychology & Assessment, LLC keeps all patient information confidential unless required by law to disclose. These instances are rare and reasonable. Please visit our privacy page for a full disclosure regarding your health information.

One More Question?

If you have a question we haven’t provided an answer to, feel free to get in touch.

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