FAQ - Premier Counseling
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Before getting started with the Central Arkansas Group Counseling team, we know you’ll likely have some questions. On this page, you’ll find answers to those frequently asked questions we get most often, but this is by no means a comprehensive list. Please don’t hesitate to call us in Benton or North Little Rock to find out more or schedule an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you.

When is it best to seek therapy?

It could be time to seek therapy when an issue is causing distress or interferes with daily living. Distress can mean negative thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or even a bodily sensation such as pain or fatigue.

How much does a session cost?

Our standard fee for a one-hour session is $120.00. We will bill insurance and most often the client is only responsible for their deductible and/or co-pay. We do make arrangements for those needing a payment plan.

Do you prescribe medication?

No. Our license does not cover prescription privileges. We refer clients to a psychiatrist for medication management.

How do I sign up for theft class?

Complete and mail in the registration form with a $50 deposit or full payment ($150) (money order only).

How do I sign up for domestic violence offender group?

Once you’ve chosen the class time that works best for your schedule, arrive 10 minutes prior to class to sign up.

How do I sign up for substance abuse treatment?

Call the number listed for North Little Rock or Benton to sign up for class.

Can my partner/family member come to individual counseling?

Yes, but a release of information form will need to be signed.

Can you give my information to anyone?

Unless mandated by law, information will not be released without your written consent, which you may revoke at any time. The law mandates that we have to report suspected child abuse, elder abuse and threats to self or threats to others.