Let's Get to Know Each Other...
Below are my most asked questions by new patients! This is one of my favorite pages on my site, because you get to know me too! If your question is not answered here, please fill out the contact form below, call or text the office at 432-257-7142 OR request a FREE 10 minute Consultation! I'd love to hear your question!
What is the best way to make an appointment?
Feel free to call or text the office at 432-257-7142 or fill out the contact form below! You can also book an appointment or free consultation, online by clicking here!
When is your next available appointment?
Most weeks, we can schedule you with a same week appointment. The schedule is flexible to meet the needs of our patients.
Does Ms. DeWitt offer in person therapy?
Not at this time. All sessions are done through a phone call or by using a HIPPA compliant zoom link.
How does Ms. DeWitt feel about virtual sessions?
When COVID forced my practice to go virtual in 2020, I had total plans on going back into office. Once I saw how productive and effective virtual therapy was, I decided not to. A lot of people are worried about losing the in-person "vibe" you get when seeing your therapist face to face. I believe the effectiveness weighs heavily on the therapist and the energy he/she brings to each session. If you are "on the fence" about virtual therapy, I would strongly recommend that you read my reviews and schedule a free 10 minute consultation so you can meet me and see what a session will actually be like!
How much does it cost? Insurance?
Ms. DeWitt does not take insurance. Each session is $175, for a 45 minute session. I do offer a package where you will receive a free session when you purchase 9 up front. Sessions are non refundable, however they do not expire, and are transferable. We are able to provide you with any documentation needed for insurance reimbursement.
What form of payment do you accept?
Most debit and credit cards are accepted, as well as HSA, and Care Credit.
What are your hours?
Ms. DeWitt is flexible with her schedule, meeting the needs of the patients. She does offer sessions 9am - 8pm throughout the week and some weekends.
Do you offer a FREE Consultation?
Yes! I offer a 10 minute, free consultation, so I can answer any questions you may have, and we can get to know each other a bit more! Click here to schedule!
What do you specialize in?
I received training for EMDR in 2016, and have helped numerous patients recover from PSTD symptoms and traumatic events. I also use CBT in almost every session. My strengths are treating: depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.
I also offer Christian counseling upon request.
I am passionate about helping people learn how to care for their mental health. My goal for every person I meet with is that they learn to love themselves so that they can have the best life possible for themselves, with a "whatever it takes" approach.
Do you offer additional services; ESA letters? Pre surgery evaluation? Letters for court?
Yes! Yes! Yes! I offer a full service mental health practice where letters, approvals and recommendations are provided. I have been working with Dr. Van Hussan's patients at Weigh to Success, providing psych evaluations for bariatric surgery since 2016.
Do you diagnose?
Yes! Diagnostic testing is offered for children and adults.
Do you provide medication?
I do not prescribe medication, however I refer and offer much quicker options to start and adjust psychotropic medications.
Are you a psychologist? Psychiatrist? Therapist?
I am a Masters level clinician, therapist. Graduated in 2012 from University of Texas with a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology. Became board certified in Texas, in 2014. Early 2023, Ms DeWitt, will be finishing her doctorate program.
Do you see kids?
Yes, I do see children. Please remember, the younger the child is, the more involved a parent will be in therapy. Parents are a huge part of their child's therapy and is expected to participate.
Do you meet with couples?
Yes! Meeting with couples is one of my favorite types of therapy. It is powerful having a third party present, ears are opened, and perspectives change! Couples therapy is extremely effective and recommended for couples struggling.
How long will I need to come?
I do not believe in long term therapy. What I mean is, I am not going to drag things out. My goal is to give you the skillls that you need so that you become your own therapist and dont need me anymore. Some patients need just a few sessions, others more. A huge factor of length of treatment is your commitment to work outside of therapy!
Is Ms. DeWitt changing her last name?
Yes! You may or may not know, Ms. DeWitt got married in early 2022. She is also finishing up her doctorate in 2023. Then, she will change her name to Dr. Natalie Harvey.