Invest in your mental health.
You are here because you have reached a point where you cannot do it alone, and you are ready to prioritize and make a worthwhile investment in your mental health.
Together, we will work to get you the life you dreamed of.
Our clinicians are eager and ready to go above and beyond to support you on this journey of healing.
Our Transparent Pricing and Fees
The clinicians at Healing Spaces Psychological Services are not in-network with insurance companies. Payment for services will be fee-for-service, and clients can pay via credit card, debit card, or health savings card. Please note that we require all clients to keep an active card on file.
We do NOT accept insurance. This allows our clinicians to:
Maintain smaller caseloads to focus on YOUR individualized treatment.
Specialize in certain treatment modalities and treating specific populations.
Stay up to date with the most current and effective treatment for your needs.
Refrain from sharing your information with outside parties (e.g., insurance companies).
Treat you, whatever your needs are, without having to provide a psychiatric diagnosis.
Practice what we preach and maintain a healthy work-life balance to be healthy to support you 100%.
Offer reduced fee sessions dependent on financial need.
Earn livable wages and have financial security.
You are welcome to contact your individual insurance company to inquire about your out-of-network benefits. We would be happy to provide you with a superbill or documentation to submit to your insurance company. Please reach out for additional information. We also work with Lyra Health, Spring Health and Samata EAP.
Our clinicians have different fees based on education, experience, and training. Please see below regarding standard fees for our therapy services based on the type of clinician (effective 07/24/2023). Specialty sessions include family therapy, couples, EMDR, parent training and support, etc. All of our providers offer a FREE 15-minute video consultation. Please schedule those online or by phone.
At Healing Spaces, our vision is for Black people, all people of color, women, and those that have been historically marginalized to have safe and inclusive spaces that support their journey to healing and personal growth.
As a part of that, we make an effort to teach, mentor and train up-and-coming clinicians to provide inclusive, equitable, and trauma-informed care.
As such, along with our independently licensed providers, our clinical team may also be comprised of provisionally licensed professional counselors (PLPCs), counselors-in-training, and doctoral- and masters-level interns or practicum students. These clinicians have completed the required education and competencies required to work with clients, while also receiving ongoing guidance, evaluation, and education in providing excellence in clinical skills to you and/or your family members.
So, what are all these supervised clinician types?
Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC)
Counselor in Training (CIT)
Doctoral- Level Intern or Practicum Student
Masters- Level Intern or Practicum Student
A clinician who has graduated from a graduate program and is in the process of completing their 3000 hours towards licensure. They have passed the National Counselor Examination and are registered with the state, so they have a license number. They are supervised by a Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Psychologist.
A clinician who has graduated from a graduate program and is in the process of completing their hours towards licensure. They have completed multiple internships or practicum experiences, and are typically awaiting on the state to approve their PLPC license.
A clinician who is pursuing a Doctoral degree in psychology. They have completed the majority of their coursework and are in the process of completing the required hours of supervised training to graduate. They are supported on site and at their university.
A clinician who is pursuing a Master’s degree in counseling or psychology. They have completed the majority of their coursework and are in the process of completing the required hours of supervised training to graduate. They are supported on site and at their university.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
Do you offer in-person services?Yes, we offer both in-person and virtual sessions for our clients.
What is telehealth?Telehealth allows clients to connect safely with their clinician through secure appointments via their computer, laptop, or mobile device. To prepare for the appointment, clients should identify a quiet and private room or space; the use of headphones is highly recommended.
Can I travel and still meet virtually?Clients MUST receive services in the same state where the clinician is licensed. For most of our staff, that means you must log in for services in the state of Missouri. Due to PSYPACT legislation, Dr. Jackson can also provide telehealth services for clients in multiple states. For the growing list of PSYPACT states, visit https://psypact.site-ym.com/page/psypactmap
How inclusive is your office space?We proudly support and affirm all individuals. To be specific, we believe Black lives matter and in dismantling White supremacy, we are LGBTQIA+ affirming, we amplify the voices of the neurodivergent, we seek to cater to the needs of those in the disabled communities, and we value intersectionality. We are always learning and celebrating all identities. Our office is ADA compliant and has a single stall restroom on the 6th floor.
Do you accept insurance?No. This allows us to maintain smaller caseloads to provide focused, intentional, and up-to-date, evidenced-based treatment. Payment for services will be fee-for-service, and clients can pay via credit, debit, or health savings card. You are welcome to contact your individual insurance company to inquire about your out-of-network benefits. We would be happy to provide you with a superbill or documentation to submit to your insurance company. You can also use Reimbursify, an out-of-network insurance claim-filing app that allows you to track and file your own claims.
Do you offer a sliding scale?All of our clinicians hold slots for reduced rates to make our psychological services available to those who financially need them. If you are interested, please complete the following form.
How often will I need to come to therapy?To get started, we typically suggest clients schedule weekly or biweekly (once every other week) to build rapport and to really begin working on your treatment goals.
What happens if I cannot attend my scheduled appointment?Clinicians at Healing Spaces are committed to your individual treatment goals and plan. When you schedule an appointment with us, then we set aside time to provide you with quality care. Therefore, it is imperative that you contact our office as soon as possible if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment. This gives us time to schedule other clients who may be waiting for an appointment. As a courtesy, Healing Spaces will send appointment reminders 48 hours in advance of your appointment time. We request that you give us at least 24 hours' notice if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment. If you do not do so within that time frame, then you will be charged 100% of your appointment fee. This fee will also be applied for no-show appointments.
What is parking like?Parking in Clayton can be tricky, but we got you covered! Metered parking is available in front of the building and is free after 5pm and on the weekends. During the week before 5p, you are welcome to park in The Equity Garage and we will validate your parking!
Do you work with children?Yes, all of our clinicians work with children and families, as well as adults. Please see clinician profiles to learn more about what age they work with.