Truth in Love Counseling, LLC are Christian counselors in Bloomington, Illinois. Their therapists, psychologists and licensed Christian counselors provide EMDR therapy, Christian marriage counseling, creating healing therapy, and normal counseling in the greater Bloomington, IL area.
Counseling Services Available:
We see people in all walks of life here at Truth in Love Counseling. We believe in catering the experience to the individuals needs. Offering may unique counseling experiences based on our recommendations and the clients desires. How long you see one of our licensed therapists is also completely up to you. You can one for one session, a couple on ongoing healing.
Truth In Love Counseling offers assistance with:
Establishing Healthy Boundaries
Creating Healthy Relationships
Parenting and Family Relationships
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Initial Intake Fee: $185.00
Standard Fee: $150.00
A sliding scale for self-pay clients is available upon request. The sliding scale fee is based on gross annual household income.
We accept and bill BlueCross BlueShield and Health Alliance insurances. Copays/Coinsurance and out of pocket payments are expected at the time of your visit.
Other insurance providers may cover a portion of mental health counseling services at an out-of-network rate. We encourage you to check with your insurance company to determine your benefit amount and file for reimbursement according to their direction.
What does an actual session look like?
We sit down in a private office and talk. Your counselor will guide the conversation with questions. You may leave you session with homework or recommended reading (though never required).
Where do we meet?
At our private offices here at 706 Olgesby St, Ste 111, Normal, IL 61761
What if I don’t like my counselor?
We have many counselors in our office. If you aren’t connecting with someone please let us know and we can change counselors.
What if I can’t afford therapy?
We offer a sliding scale payment plan in our office.
What if I want to try a different type of therapy?
Just let your counselor know and we can make a plan for a new tactic.
What is EMDR?