Therapy FAQs

Wondering if you are on the right path? Even if you are not new to counseling, deciding where to begin and how, can be confusing. We have the answers to your questions below. If you have any questions we haven’t answered, please reach out and let us know!

Do you offer Telehealth & In-Person Sessions?

Yes! We offer both in-person and video. For Telehealth, we use a secure, confidential platform that is very easy to use with a smartphone, tablet, or computer.

If you can’t make it to an in-person appointment, are traveling, or have concerns about meeting in person, or simply want to avoid traffic, then telehealth is a great option that’s convenient and really helpful. 

What types of Counseling do you offer?

At Mindful Path, we know that healing requires a holistic, integrative approach. Therefore we offer:

  • Mindfulness & Meditation
  • Coaching & Groups
  • Trauma informed Yoga Therapy
  • Spiritual Concerns
  • Transpersonal Experiences Integration
  • Premarital Counseling
  • Life Coaching
  • Equine Therapy
  • Sound Therapy
  • Reiki

Where are you located, and what are your hours?

Our relaxing, spa-like office is conveniently located in Flower Mound near the Post Office & FM2499. We see clients Monday-Friday 9am-7pm. Some Saturday appointments are available by request, so just let us know.

Will my insurance cover my session?

Once you schedule, our billing service will be glad to check this out for you, so the day of your appointment, your copay is typically known.  We are in-network with Optum/United Healthcare & Aetna.

Most insurance companies will also reimburse for out-of-network benefits. We can provide a receipt called a “superbill” to be filed. You can send that into your insurance company, and they will reimburse for partial or sometimes, full cost of sessions.

Note: If your insurance does not cover out of network benefits, our Masters Level Interns work at a price that is close to what you would typically pay for a co-pay.

Many clients choose not to use insurance for varying reasons, including not wanting to receive a diagnosis-which is required to bill insurance. Also, having more privacy, and not letting insurance have any control over the number, or length of sessions. Most insurance providers do not cover couples counseling.

Either way we are here to help and to make the process as beneficial and as seamless as possible for you!

What are your fees for self-pay?


60-minute evaluation session              $150

50-minute session                                         $130

90-minute session                                         $225

This includes the time your therapist will use between sessions for assessment, consultation, research, and documentation. We have Associates that can see you for reduced rates if that is an easier way for you to commit to your healing. We accept payment by cash, credit card, or most HSA cards.

How can therapy help me?

Therapy can be good for anyone who is looking for help. Our therapists are trained to provide support, coping and problem-solving skills, and to help you attain a better understanding of yourself. 

What makes talking to a therapist different than a friend, is that therapists use tested and proven methods and interventions. Not all counselors work using the same theories and methods. Check out our therapist’s profiles to see what they provide that resonates with you.

What can I expect from therapy?

When you go in for therapy, you will work with one of our clinicians who has been trained in clinical techniques to help people with their problems. Sometimes the therapist may ask you to experiment with new behaviors, and give you tasks to complete between sessions.

It’s the work you do outside of your sessions that will really help you see your personal growth and development in action. Through therapy, you will learn tools and mindfulness, to optimize your strengths, and become the best version of yourself.

What happens during the first session? 

The first session is about gathering history and getting to know one another to determine if you and your therapist are a good fit. The best determination of success in therapy isn’t necessarily the therapist’s skills, but the relationship you have with your therapist.

How often will we meet & how long do sessions last? 

Sessions typically last 50-minutes, although 90-minute sessions are available too. How often you meet is a decision that you and your therapist agree upon together, based on your time, your schedule, and the rate you want to change. Typically most clients start at 1x/week in the beginning, then move to whatever pace feels good for them after some period of time.

What is your cancellation policy?

If you are unable to attend a session, please make sure you cancel at least 24 hours beforehand. Otherwise, you may be charged for the full rate of the session.