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  • Most Frequently Asked Questions

    Do you take my insurance?

    Most insurances will cover some or all of the cost of therapy. Our clients pay up front for the cost at the time of service. We will provide you with a Superbill that can be submitted to insurance for reimbursement. We advise that you contact your insurance provider to confirm that they will reimburse you.

    What are your rates?

    Rates vary depending on service. Please go to for more detailed information.

    Do you do in-person and telehealth?

    We are available for both in-person and telehealth appointments.

    “A comfort zone is a beautiful place,but nothing ever grows there.” – Gina Milicia

    Before seeking therapy from me, you might find yourself feeling overwhelmed by worry or fear. You might notice that you are not able to enjoy life and feel trapped by endless anxious thoughts and ruminating emotions. You might find that you feel angrier, less patient, or victimized. I will help you to challenge negative thoughts and beliefs so that you take charge of your life and feel empowered to write your own narrative.

    Like you, I have struggled with anxiety, and have experienced traumatic events. I understand the feeling of being stuck and overwhelmed by fear, worry, and thought rumination. In my 15 years of experience, I have helped many people learn strategies to overcome persistent negative thoughts.

    My goal is to create a relaxed environment for you to feel safe to share your story. You can begin your journey to self-empowerment and relief by scheduling an appointment, letting me help you make a plan, and working together to execute the plan.

    Being a client of mine means that you will experience self-awareness and empowerment. You will feel better able to identify triggers and manage emotional responses. In the long term, you will feel calmer, more peaceful, and in control of your life.

    About Monica Pitek-Fugedi

    I am a licensed practicing and nationally certified counselor, as well as a clinically certified anxiety and trauma treatment professional.

    I received my degree in Counseling from Eastern Michigan University in 2005. I have worked as a High School Counselor, Wellness Counselor and Private Practice Therapist.

    Making the decision to see a counselor can be difficult. It’s hard to admit when we need help. My goal is to create a relaxing atmosphere so that you can feel comfortable to share your story.