Frequently Asked Questions
What is therapy like?
Why should I see a therapist?
Fleming Family Therapy is qualified to counsel on a variety of issues. Some of these are more serious, such as depression (including PPD), infidelity, or self-harm. We also frequently provide services to people who feel stagnated in their life, want to address self-doubt, or who simply want a safe space to focus and their goals for an hour each week.
Bottom line is that we have one job: to support you. Working with a therapist is a valuable opportunity to talk about what’s happening in your life without any interruptions or impositions. Providing you with a safe space where you’re able to speak freely and honestly means we have the potential to solve problems faster and with greater success.
Do I need to have "issues" to see a therapist?
How long/frequent are sessions?
Do you take insurance?
Is therapy confidential?
How do I know if you’re the right therapist?
Finding the right therapist is important, which is why we offer complimentary initial phone consultations. We encourage every new client to take advantage of this offering. During the phone call, you’ll get a good idea of our practice as well as your therapist’s style and personality. You can schedule your phone consult through the forms on our site, reach out via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call us directly (312-809-5866).