Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept insurance?

​​Some ARCC therapists do accept insurance as payment for services. Please check with your therapist to determine what insurances are accepted. Not all ARCC therapists accept insurance.

If you have any questions about what is required of you and your therapist, please call our office at (501) 313-1185 or contact your insurance office.

How do we know you are the right therapist for us?

Our team of licensed professionals have extensive training in relationship dynamics and continue education in systemic work. We utilize a team approach which allows consultation on difficult cases and opportunity to build hope in a quick manner.

Even though we cannot guarantee favorable outcomes, we are highly confident in the services we provide. If we somehow do not meet your therapeutic expectations, we will be the first to refer you to another professional

Do you provide Faith-based Counseling?

ARCC therapists have their personal faith-based beliefs but are trained not to project their beliefs onto the client. When a client request faith-based counseling, our therapist are able to utilize spiritual beliefs to navigate the couple. If a client is interested in faith-based counseling, please inform your therapist.

Do you offer free or sliding scale services?

We understand that sometimes financial difficulties may occur. We do offer a limited amount of sliding scale services.

How much are your services?

ARCC offers a broad range of services with therapist that offer experience with different relationship dynamics. To assure you are paired with the best therapist for your relationship, call for counseling fee or send a message.

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