Hello, I’m Dr. Judy Guess
Guess what? Therapy can help.
Dr. Guess’ Practice Location:
126 N Main St in Bryan, Ohio
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Online Therapy in Ohio
Dr. Guess offers therapy online for individuals in the state of Ohio.
If you have an online appointment, please go to Doxy for Telehealth to log in.
Anxiety does not define you. It’s just a reminder to take care of yourself.
Depression is not a weakness. It may be a sign of trying to be strong for too long.
Life is a constant journey of adjustments. It may take work to embrace change.
Therapy is not changing who you are, but rather becoming who you were meant to be.
Going to therapy is a great way to prioritize your mental health and well-being. Whether you’re dealing with a specific issue or just need someone to talk to, therapy can provide a safe, non-judgmental space to explore your thoughts and feelings. It’s easy to get caught up in the stresses of everyday life, but taking the time to check in with yourself and seek support can make a big difference. With online and in-person options available, therapy can fit into even the busiest of schedules. So why not take the first step and see what therapy can do for you? Let’s work together to help you feel your best.
Who is Therapy For?
Therapy can be helpful for anyone who is struggling with their mental health, no matter what you’re going through. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or just feeling stuck, therapy can be a safe and supportive space to work through your challenges. You don’t have to go through this alone, and it’s okay to ask for help. Let’s work together to guess what’s going on and create a plan to help you feel better.
What is The Process Like?
Starting therapy can feel intimidating, but it’s important to remember that taking care of your mental health is just as important as taking care of your physical health.
1. Find a therapist.
Finding a therapist can be daunting. It is important to get a good fit. Asking friends and family, getting recommendations from your physician, searching online, or even asking your insurance company may be a good place to start.
2. Make an appointment.
That first phone call can be scary. Don’t be discouraged if you find dead-ends to your first calls to make an appointment. You may need to wait a few weeks to several months to get in. I know, not great news when you are struggling. Get on the waiting list if necessary and get the ball rolling.
3. Attend your first session.
Historically, my biggest no-show rates are on first appointments. I get it. It’s scary. When you attend your first session, remember it is mostly about you finding a good fit for your needs. Bring your questions, fears, and concerns. It is important for you to feel some level of connection to get results.
4. Let that first session sink in.
You may feel kind of strange the days following your first therapy session. It can be vulnerable and simply an odd experience to share information with someone you just met. Let that session sink in and then ask yourself if you are comfortable in the therapy room, if you feel like your therapist is a good fit, and if you are ready to do some deep dives.
5. Start the therapy process and re-evaluate periodically
If you find this is a good fit – congratulations! If not, it is okay to try another direction and it is even okay to ask the therapist for a recommendation. Periodically, it’s good to reassess the process. Therapy is not suppose to be comfortable, but rather it is suppose to guide you/stand with you during your journey
- Medical Mutual
- United Behavioral Health
- Paramount (not Medicaid)
- Medicare Part B
- Medicaid – Buckeye only
If you have a policy through one of the insurance companies where Dr. Guess is paneled, your appointment fees are dictated by the contract. You are responsible for any service not covered as well as for any amount that is applied to your co-payments or deductible. A card must be kept on file to cover the co-payments and/or deductible payments.
Insurance Contract Cost
Dr. Guess will provide you with a super-bill for insurance if you choose to submit claims directly to your insurance company. Any out-of-network appointments require payment at the time of service. Cash, check, or any major credit card is accepted.
If you have an insurance that does not have Dr. Guess as a provider, you may submit your claim to your insurance company using a super bill. If you would like a receipt for your payment, it will be provided as a physical or emailed receipt.
$130 / 52 minute session.
Self pay clients require payment at the time of service. Cash, check, or any major credit card is accepted.
If you would like a receipt for your payment, it will be provided as a physical or emailed receipt.