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Therapy is Not A One-Size-Fits-All Model

You've decided to go to therapy, now what?

You know your needs better than anyone else and your counselor should be a good fit for you. The relationship with your counselor is significant to the therapeutic process. The more comfortable you are with a counselor, the more you'll want to talk to them about the things that are important to you and your progress.


When choosing a counselor you might want to consider what would make you most comfortable. Do you prefer working with a female counselor? An older or younger counselor? A religious or non-religious counselor? One with cultural competency?

How do I get matched with a counselor?

Oaks Family Counseling has many different counselors so we can meet your unique needs. If you are ready to take the next step, please use our New Client Form to tell us more about yourself, your needs, and your preferences. We will receive your form automatically and reach out to you soon. 

We take the following insurance: 

  • Aetna

  • Anthem

  • Avmed

  • BCBS/Florida Blue

  • Cigna

  • Optum

  • Oscar

  • Oxford

  • United Healthcare

  • United Healthcare Student Resources

We also accept new client who are private pay and have a limited number of sliding scale appointments. We do not take Medicare or Medicaid or Healthy Kids programs at this time.

We are happy to provide a superbill for other insurance so you can submit it in an attempt to seek reimbursement from your insurance. 

We treat many concerns and issues but unfortunately, we currently do not have anyone on staff who specializes in treating eating disorders. If you are struggling with an eating disorder, you can find resources at

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