Professional help is offered in the following:
- Divorce mediation (non-legal)
Purpose of TCPC
Challenges face each of us daily. There are times, however, when these challenges turn into difficulties that we feel unable to meet alone. Tensions may interfere with marriage, work or social life; bereavement may leave life empty and meaningless. These and other difficulties may appear more than we can handle. At such times, it can be quite helpful to talk with a professional who can help you clarify the conflicts and discover new perspectives.
How to Make an Appointment
Call 304.263.6205 Monday through Friday for information or to make an appointment. Callers may leave a message on the 263.6205 number and the call will be returned on the next business day. Appointments are made for 50 minutes, once per week. All counseling is available during a wide range of daytime and evening hours. ALL INFORMATION IS CONFIDENTIAL!
Cost of Counseling
Due to insurance company regulations and Managed Care Groups (HMO), we can no longer provide services on a sliding fee scale. All clients will be charged the same basic fee for counseling services. Fees are requested to be paid at the time service is rendered unless other arrangements have been made. Insurance reimbursement is available in many situations.
Consultants and Referrals
Our counselors are part of a team which includes other helping professionals. For this reason, consultants from other fields such as psychiatry, medicine, and psychology are available. Your counselor may suggest. Or you may request, a referral to another professional person or agency in the community.
The Counselors and the Process
Our counselors are experienced professionals who have received graduate education and clinical training. They have been carefully selected for their competence and concern.
A Word About Our Agency
Tri-County Pastoral Counseling Service is a church-related professional counseling service of the United Methodist Church. Its scope is interdenominational.