Department Of Corrections in Greenville, SC with Reviews - YP.com

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03/22/2017
By: Sara R.
Bay Laurel Center Inc
I love my therapist here! I've been bounced around for the last five years because my insurance kept changing. I was at another therapist in town and she was ok but her receptionist was rude so I stopped going. You can tell a lot about the quality of an office by how their receptionists act! This receptionist is awesome! I used to go to another place and I always had to explain how my insurance worked, well there are many places where I have had to explain it. I've never had to explain it to her and you can contact her through email and she responds super quick! So much better than calling back and forth. Oh and she KNOWS HOW TO SCHEDULE! I know that sounds stupid but you would be surprised! I would definitely recommend checking this office out. I don't know all the therapists but a happy receptionist/nurse means good doctors!
11/22/2014
By: With H.
Lee, Margaret W MED LPC
Ms. Lee really helped me through a hard time and helped me reframe some things from the past so I could move forward. And now, she is working with my teenage daughter on some growing up issues too. I would highly recommend Margaret Lee.
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05/16/2014
By: Lincarrick3@att.net L.
Lee, Margaret W MED LPC
Excellent Counselor Learned, intelligent, trained and all heart for children! Linda C.
Tips & Advices
During the first session, the participants might talk about the issues and goals of their relationship, as well as what to expect. Subsequent sessions might involve learning tools to communicate better.
The average cost of a session with a counselor in 2017 is around at $90 an hour. The cost ranges from $60- $130 an hour. Some counselors offer package deals and might take insurance.
The length of relationship counseling varies depending on the therapist’s technique, and the couple’s goals and needs. But some couples may see improvement after a few sessions.
The 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act requires coverage of counseling services to be equal to physical health coverage. Check with your employers’ plan benefits or as your HR representative or insurance company directly.
Pre-divorce counseling is required in some states, while others have bills pending making it a requirement of divorce proceedings.

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