Where are you located?
Our primary office is located at: 3333 Northside Drive, Suite B Macon, GA 31210 – Northside Courtyard
Additional counseling location in Athens, Albany, Locust Grove, Kennesaw, Warner Robins, Milledgeville and Perry, – call for details
How long are appointments, how long is treatment?
Sessions are typically 50 minutes in length. Most clients are scheduled for counseling once a week, although this can vary due to factors such as schedule constraints, emotional need, or finances. While some people require only a few visits, others come for many months. Utilizing Temperament Therapy allows us great efficiency in an individuals recovery.
Can you prescribe medication?
No we cannot prescribe medication, but we will consult with your physician upon request.
What are your hours?
Hours vary by location (call for details)
What is your cancellation policy?
NorthPoint Christian Counseling is committed to providing each of our clients with exceptional care. We encourage all clients to respect our cancellation policy for the benefit of all concerned.
If you are unable to attend a session please contact our office and give 24 hours notice for the cancellation of your scheduled appointment.
If no notice is given you will be charged for the full rate of the session.
If you need to reschedule or cancel an appointment please call our office: (478) 973-9358
What are your fees?
Counseling rate: $125 / 50 minute session
Temperament Analysis Testing: $ 75.00 (per person – one time only)
We accept; Cash, Checks, all major credit cards as well as Health Saving Account Cards and Flexible Spending Cards.
Due to the increased cost of bank fees, there is a $5.00 fee for each card transaction.
As a 501c3 Christian ministry we cannot accept medical insurance.
Do you accept insurance?
We are a practice of pastoral counselors. Therefore we can not issue diagnose codes so insurance will not cover our services. However if you have a Health Savings Account or Flexible Spending Account we can accept these cards.
How do I schedule an appointment?
Call our office at: (478) 973-9358 or email at: email@example.com
What is the Temperament Assessment (APS) and why is it so important?
The Temperament Analysis report provides your counselor with a wealth of knowledge about you. This eliminates the need to spend countless sessions just “getting to know you.” It saves time and money and it is the basis for all of our therapy.
Temperament Therapy is successful because it allows the counselor to address issues at the source, the inner man, rather than the outer manifestations or “symptoms”. Temperament Therapy will give you a better understanding of the person God created you to be and open the door to healing and restoration. Research and experience demonstrate that Temperament Therapy is more than ninety percent (90%) successful when administered by a counselor certified in this technique.
How do I know if counseling would be helpful?
Meeting with a therapist can be helpful when you are struggling with; emotions, dealing with trauma, adjusting to circumstances, improving relationships with; spouse, family, friends, coworkers, or needing help with a specific challenge, or finding direction in life. Everyone needs help once in a while.
Counseling is also appropriate when various symptoms negatively affect relationships and/or interfere with normal, daily life at home, school, or work.
Consider the following list of symptoms:
- Significant stress / worry / fear
- Frequent anxiety / panic attacks
- Depressed or anxiousness
- Abandonment or loss of control, feeling on edge, irritable, or agitated
- Life has no meaning or purpose
- Marriage / relationship problems
- Suffering from childhood trauma
- Desire to harm yourself or someone else
- Explosive emotional outbursts (rage)
- Changes in sleep patterns or night terrors
- Spiritually lost or confused
- Avoidance of social activities and loved ones
- Dissatisfaction / confusion / lack of peace
- Acting out in an unhealthy sexual manner
- Conflict (marital or family)
- Chemical dependence (drug or alcohol)
- Addictions (behavioral / habitual / sexual / emotional)
- Self-injury (cutting, burning, reckless behavior)
- Dissociation / Loss of identity
- Others expressing concern about your behavior
- Significant & rapid weight loss or gain