Unique, personalized support
We understand that no one approach fits all. Every person is unique and deserves personalized support to reach their mental wellness goals.
That’s why we’ve gathered a team of diverse, highly-trained, like-minded therapists and instructors under one roof—so you can access all the mental wellness support you need. Because you deserve the opportunity to be the best version of yourself.
Designed for people, not patients
We’ve created a mental wellness experience specifically for the user. From private waiting rooms to therapist meet-and-greets. Everything is designed for your convenience, ease of mind, and relaxation.
If you’re ready to experience the best version of yourself, get started with Mindology today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely! You do not need to be using our talk therapy services to access the wellness services. In fact, the whole idea is for you to be able to better manage and maintain your mental health by utilizing the wellness services and ideally reducing or even eliminating your need for talk therapy.
In most cases, no. Should a service be eligible for coverage under your insurance the individual service provider will guide you through that process.
Final cost to you will depend upon your insurance coverage and the provider’s fee schedule. Our providers accept most forms of insurance including medical assistance. If you do not have insurance we do have providers who will do self pay and may even work out a fee appropriate for your income level if need be. There are NO additional fees for using the Urgent Care service.
Yes, we have members on staff who specialize in a wide range of specialties including children ages 10 and above, families, LGBTQ community, trauma victims, and even have the ability to serve the deaf and hard of hearing individuals as well.
We are located in Midtown Square across the hall from Sta-Fit in Suite 100. Teletherapy is available upon request but may impact which provider you see. We are conveniently located on the bus line.
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