Harmony Professional Counseling

Services & Insurance

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Therapy

Therapy is a combination of education, coaching, and trying to discover the impact of past and present experiences on our current lives. (Overall happiness)

Many of us were not taught the best ways to be in a relationship as we grew up. Schools do not address this. Events happen and situations arise which are painful or difficult to handle.

A therapist works with the particular needs of each individual - keeping in mind their network of family and friends.


Medication Management

Medication is often needed to get the most effective relief from depression, anxiety, poor concentration, mood swings and other psychiatric conditions.

A psychiatrist works with you initially to find the best choice for you and the best amount. This is often referred to as "medication management." The psychiatrist and therapist work together to achieve the most benefit for each person.


Health Insurance and Private Patient Costs

Harmony Professional Counseling is in network with many insurance plans, including Keystone Health Plan East, Blue Cross Personal Choice, Aetna, and Medicare. We continue to join additional health plans, so call for updated information today.

Even if your insurance carrier does not cover services at Harmony, you may be able to see one of our providers using out-of-network benefits. If you have out-of-network benefits, you can pay out-of-pocket when you see a provider at Harmony. Then, Harmony will submit a claim to your insurance carrier, and they will reimburse you the amount of your out-of-network benefits.

Our private patient fees fall in a range from $60.00 to $125.00 depending on the specific visit. Please call for more detailed information.

Harmony Professional Counseling is NOT in network with:
Medicaid Keystone Mercy
AmeriChoice
Cigna Behavioral Health
United Behavioral Health
Penn Behavioral Health


Helpful Links And Information

National Alliance on Mental Illness: http://www.nami.org

National Institute of Mental Health: http://nimh.nih.gov

Mental Health America: http://www.nmha.org

National Mental Health Information Center: http://mentalhealth.samhsa.gov

American Psychology Association: http://apa.org

Pennsylvania Psychology Association: http://www.papsy.org

 

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: http://www.chadd.org 

Anxiety Disorder Association of America: http://www.adaa.org

Penn Council for Relationships: http://www.councilforrelationships.org 

Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania: http://www.mhasp.org

Substance Abuse Treatment: http://www.rehabafterwork.com

More Resources

Mental health and behavioral health conditions

American Academy of Family Physicians 

 

Mental health FAQ's

National Mental Health Information Center 

 

Eating disorders

National Institute of Mental Health 

 

Controlling anger before it controls you

American Psychology Association 

 

Should my child see a therapist?

American Academy of Family Physicians 

 

Medication guide for parents

American Psychiatric Assosciation

 

Treatment for uninsured or medical assistance

Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania