“Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them.”
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**** Appointments will be held via videoconferencing on Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, or other video conferencing medium of your choice.
Zoom sessions can be joined by downloading the app or clicking this link https://zoom.us/join and entering meeting ID 896 155 8946 [no account/profile setup required]
Skype sessions can be joined by downloading the app or clicking this link https://www.skype.com and sign in or *create a profile*. Then search “AK Counseling, Inc.” or “608-567-4648” in the Skype search box. [** your profile needs to be created in advance of our appointment time, I recommend doing it at least one day ahead to ensure it works.]
FaceTime sessions can be started by dialing 608-213-6441
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3 Simple Steps!
Appointment openings are Monday to Friday 9a – 5p & Saturday 12p – 3p.
You will get a response within 48 hours with dates and times for you to choose among.
Future sessions can be set up at the end of your appointment or via text, email, or phone.
After confirming your appointment time with Alison, officially secure your session with a $105 deposit via the link below. $100 will be put toward your session payment or kept in the instance of a late cancel (less than 72-hours notice) or a no show.
*Your credit card is NOT saved ; this is a one time charge.*
Confirm with Alison that payment was received and that you are on the calendar.
Complete the NEW CLIENT Paperwork and email it, snail mail it, or bring it with you to your appointment. Couples should fill this out individually.
Videoconferencing appointments available by request.
When you get to 313 Price Place Suite 205 let yourself into the private, cozy waiting room and enjoy a glass of cold water or a cup of hot tea/coffee and settle into the calming ambiance.
No check-in is necessary.
I will invite you in when the therapy room is ready for you.
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My clients who get the most out of their therapy:
*Attend regularly to keep the momentum
*Do the activities assigned in between sessions
*Ask a lot of questions
*Bring a notebook (or ask for paper) to capture the highlights. Very helpful to look back on!
*Bring in real-life examples of challenging dialogue or circumstance they encountered. We discuss ways it could’ve been handled constructively.
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