Frequently Asked Questions
Who will I be meeting when I have an appointment at T.E.A.M.?
Our mental health staff and affiliates have a master's or doctorate degree in the human services field and chemical dependency counselors have appropriate state licensures. Our staff has a wide range of backgrounds and experiences and work together to provide the highest level of care for our clients.
How many sessions are available?
T.E.A.M.'s focus is on assessment and short-term, solution-focused counseling. Many times a few sessions at T.E.A.M is all that is needed. If it appears ongoing or more long-term counseling may be necessary, your counselor will help connect you with an appropriate resource for ongoing care.
What services are not provided by T.E.A.M. Inc?
Do you have chemical dependency treatment?
No, T.E.A.M. does not provide chemical dependency treatment. We will do assessments and help find an appropriate treatment program based on the needs of each client.
What if my supervisor/employer asks me to see a counselor at T.E.A.M. Inc.?
Your supervisor/employer may give you a formal or informal referral to T.E.A.M.Informal Referral:
A referral is considered informal if the employer is simply "suggesting" or "recommending" that you seek help from T.E.A.M. With this type of referral, all information is kept confidential unless you sign a release to give out information.Formal Referral:
A referral is considstrongred formal if your employer is requiring you to seek help from T.E.A.M. as part of a disciplinary action or due to a positive drug test. You must have an assessment through T.E.A.M. and follow recommendations. With a formal or mandatory referral, you will be required to sign a release of information so we can let your employer/supervisor know that you followed through with an appointment and if you are compliant with recommendations.
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