Therapy FAQ

It’s our way of approaching the healing process to help you move forward. Traditional psychotherapy is beneficial…until it’s not. Unfortunately many people end up cycling in and out of therapy, without ever really moving forward in their journey. Instead of talking in circles for years, we’ve defined clear phases of the healing process with notable benchmarks. Our goal is to help you create long term change by moving through the four phases of healing so you can reclaim your identity and feel fully yourself. 

Every client is different, and each person’s healing journey will look different too. The Forward Healing Model of Change® doesn’t box you in to being or feeling a certain way — it’s simply a measurement we use to best guide you on your unique path. There’s no set timeline for you, and your therapist may use any variety of tools and modalities to best support you.

Our practice accepts Select Health Value, Select Health Med, and Select Health Signature. We also take PEHP, EMI, HMHI, and  BCBS insurance. If you’re unsure what insurance plan and/or carrier you have, please reach out to the insurance carrier to confirm. We do not take Medicaid or Medicare. 

We can’t give you this information at our practice, as it’s determined by your insurance. Please contact your insurance carrier and let them know you’re seeking mental health care. We can’t guarantee any specific pricing based on what is/is not covered by your insurance plan. 

Forward Healing Therapy does not offer refunds 

Cancellation Policy is 48 hours. Any cancellation in less than 48 hours is the entire session cost. You are welcome to reschedule 1:1 sessions up to 72 hours before we meet here. If you are a member of a group and are unable to join a session please email us to let us know.

We only accept credit cards, HSA cards or FSA cards. We do not accept checks or cash. 

Complete our new patient intake form, then we’ll reach out.

We offer both in-person and virtual therapy. You’ll discuss what your preference is during the intake process. 

You’ll need to find a therapist that is licensed in your state, or work with us at Forward Healing After Therapy in a coaching capacity rather than a therapy capacity. 

Life coaches help the clients they work with focus on identifying and moving towards personal and, at times, professional goals. Through focused coaching support, clients can learn healthy and helpful ways of navigating through challenges in creating a life they feel excited about. It may be interesting to learn that life coaching is rooted in clinical theory, often drawing on the work of Dr. Carl Rogers, Dr. Alfred Adler, and Dr. Carl Jung. Rogers, Adler and Jung saw individuals as fully capable artists of their lives, and frequently involved their clients in goal setting and life planning. These are all tenets and approaches in today’s life coaching methods. Coaching takes the best of those approaches, along with a new type of assistance for clients, such as: Working with the client to help them define life dreams and goals; Formulating a plan that will foster and grow the client’s skills and talents; Helping the client navigate difficult challenges in reaching their goals; Teaching tools and providing materials to assist the client. Helping the client with focus and accountability; Providing structure, encouragement and support; Providing intentional and empathetic listening.

If after your first session, or at some point during your coaching work, it is apparent that you would be better supported by Psychotherapy, and you are not located in Utah (the State our therapists are licensed in), our team will do our best to provide you with clinical referrals in your area, and will refer you out to a therapist.

If you are located in the State of Utah, and would prefer to work with Becca or anyone on our team in a Psychotherapy capacity, you can discuss this and, as long as it best supports what you hope to achieve in counseling, and falls under the scope of our practice, Becca or another therapist on our team may provide therapeutic support for you.

No. Providing counseling and coaching at the same time is not something that clinical therapists engage in, nor should a life coach without clinical training and licensing provide psychotherapy to coaching clients.