Frequently Asked Questions
What does Kairos mean?
Kairos is a greek word that describes opportune and timeless moments in life when something important is happening. We view each session as an opportune or kairos moment in which we can partner with our clients to foster healing and growth. For additional information, click here.
What are your fees?
Counseling fees vary from $110 per session to $180 per session. Reduced fees are available on a limited basis for clients with low income. For additional information, click here.
What insurances do you accept?
We accept Tricare, Medicare, Partnership HealthPlan of California and Lyra Health, although insurance arrangements differ slightly between therapists so please speak with your therapist if you desire to use insurance. We are “Out of Network” for all other insurance plans. We are happy to provide documentation for clients to bill their insurance for reimbursement. For additional information, click here.
Do you take appointments on the weekend?
We are open Monday – Friday, and do not schedule appointments on the weekends. We do have evening appointments available some weekdays for those who need appointments outside of regular business hours.
How long are your appointments?
Our standard appointment length is 50 minutes, but this may be extended in certain circumstances. Additional fees may apply for appointments longer than 50 minutes.
Where are you located?
We are located at 790 Mason Street, Suite 102 in Vacaville, CA. For maps and directions, click here.
What should I expect during the first appointment?
Our therapists will conduct a thorough intake interview to get to know each client and the reasons they are seeking treatment. We also collaborate in crafting a treatment plan that will address their presenting problem. For additional information, click here.
Do you offer Christian counseling?
The term “Christian Counseling” has been defined in multiple ways. We provide evidence-based therapy that meets the highest standards of practice. For clients who wish to incorporate their faith into their treatment, it is our goal to help them leverage the strength and healing available within their religious tradition. For additional information, click here.
What types of therapy do you offer?
All of our therapists practice evidence-based psychotherapy and apply various modalities based on treatment needs. Common therapies at our practice include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Attachment Based Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples, Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Psychodynamic Therapy, and Humanistic Therapy. For additional information, click here.