We are excited to help patients who are struggling with a wide range of problems, including depression/mood problems, anxiety, ADHD, stress, insomnia, relationship problems, autism, PTSD/trauma, OCD, borderline personality disorder, obesity/weight loss, binge eating disorder, grief, bipolar disorder, anger, and many more. We offer medication management, therapy, biofeedback, hypnotherapy, DBT (dialectical behavior therapy), CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), weight loss treatments, marriage/couples/relationship therapy, psychological testing, and genetic testing to help determine appropriate medications for patients.
Who are the professionals at Providers for Healthy Living?
We are proud to have a team of adult and child/adolescent psychiatrists, an obesity medicine specialist, physician assistants, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, therapists, psychometricians, and nutritionists to help you reach your personal health goals.
How do I make an appointment?
The first step in making an appointment is to complete the New Patient Registration form found on the website. It asks demographics questions, insurance questions, and allows you to upload copies of your ID and insurance cards conveniently in the form. The office forms are also completed as part of this registration process. A mental health intake form is also included which gives us information about your current and past experiences and helps make your first appointment easier and more streamlined. After you complete the registration process an intake coordinator will check your insurance benefits, get you registered, and will contact you to schedule your first appointment to get you the help you are looking for.
What should I expect during the first visit?
During your first visit, we try to understand your current and past struggles. We ask a lot of questions to determine what problems you are facing right now, what you’ve been through in the past, and ask questions about your history that could impact your treatment. We determine diagnoses that we can target for treatment with medication and/or therapy and make recommendations based on the information we gather. We can see patients from the convenience of their homes via telehealth or in the office in person. Both are great options for getting the information we need to help devise the best treatment plan for you.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, we are contracted with most major insurance companies and some Medicaid plans. We currently accept Florida Blue/Anthem/Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Aetna, Humana, Tricare, Optum/United Healthcare/UMR, UHC Community Plan, Molina, New Directions, Sunshine Health, and South Florida Community Care Plan/State Medicaid Managed Care Plan (SMMC). If you have a different insurance, we may be able to accept it as an out-of-network provider. Just ask us!
How long do appointments usually last?
Appointment times vary depending on the type of service requested, but most new evaluations are longer and last about an hour. Follow-up medication appointments are usually about 30 minutes. Therapy and biofeedback appointments are between 45 and 60 minutes. Psychological testing appointments vary depending on the age of the patient and the type of testing being completed. Hypnotherapy appointments are usually between 60 and 90 minutes, depending on the patient’s situation.
Can children and adolescents receive treatment at your clinic?
Yes, we have providers who are trained and certified to see children, adolescents, and adults at our practice. We enjoy treating patients and families!
What if I need to cancel or reschedule an appointment?
We ask that you give us at least a 24-hour notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment. This can be done by calling our office or by sending us a message through our website.
What types of payment does Providers for Healthy Living accept?
We accept credit cards, online payments via our website, and we are credentialed with most insurance carriers in the area. We also accept health savings cards and flexible spending account cards.
Can I walk in for an appointment?
Unfortunately, no. Appointments must be scheduled in advance.
What are your fees?
We have established self-pay fees and the charges for insurance vary based on our contracts, so if you have a deductible or a coinsurance or a copay you would pay a different amount based on our contract with your insurance carrier, but it would never be more than the following amounts: New Evaluations - $250 for med providers, $175 for psychologists, and $125 for therapists and dieticians Follow Up Visits - $150 for med providers, $100 for psychologists, $80 for therapists and dieticians, and $45 for groups Psychological Testing - starts at $750 No-Show Fee - $100 for medication and therapy appointments, $275 for psychological testing appointments, and $30 for groups Late Cancellation Fee - $50 if an appointment is canceled less than 24 hours in
Where is your office located?
Our office is located at 341 N Maitland Ave, Ste 340, Maitland, FL 32751