Denver, Colorado Infertility, Mind, Body, Wellness, Depression, Couples, and Women's Counseling - Alison Wilson
Denver, Colorado Infertility, Mind, Body, Wellness, Depression, Couples, and Women's Counseling - Alison Wilson
 
 
Denver, Colorado Counseling for infertility, post partum depression, pregnancy loss, couples, depression, menopause - Frequently Asked Questions
- Do you accept insurance and Medicare?
- Do you accept credit cards?
- Do you offer telephone or video-conferencing appointments?
- Do you offer counseling services to both men and women?
- What if you are not on my insurance plan?
- Do you screen surrogates and egg/sperm donors?
- Do you provide support for seniors and their caregivers?
- What makes you qualified to do infertility counseling?

Do you accept insurance and Medicare?
If you are considering insurance companies for reimbursement, I would be happy to discuss this option with you. I am a Medicare provider. I also participate with a limited number of insurance panels. > Top

Do you accept credit cards?
Yes, my office accepts all major credit cards and some flex benefit/health saving account credit cards. > Top

Do you offer telephone or video-conferencing appointments
In some cases, I am able to offer telephone sessions and/or secure videoconferencing sessions. Please inquire. > Top

Do you offer counseling services to both men and women?
Yes. While my specialty primarily deals with women's health and wellness, I also provide counseling for men, seniors, and veterans. > Top

What if you are not on my insurance plan?
Lists of providers are often outdated or inaccurate. If you are not sure if I am on your insurance panel, please call me. Often it is discovered that the client has out-of-network benefits. I am also able to provide you a receipt for you to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. > Top

Do you screen surrogates and egg/sperm donors?
Yes. I provide comprehensive psychological evaluations for anonymous and directed ovum and sperm donors. I also evaluate potential gestational surrogates and meet with couples for third party reproductive consultations.. > Top

Do you provide support for seniors and their caregivers?
Yes. I help not only seniors and patients with medical conditions, but their loved ones, too. I have been a Medicare provider since 2003. > Top

What makes you qualified to do infertility counseling?
While many therapists claim to do "infertility counseling" you need to be very careful and ask about their specific training and experience in this area. Anyone who has experienced infertility first hand or who has worked in this specialty area understands it can often be a complicated medical and emotional journey. Since 2003, I have received much of my specialty knowledge and training through my membership of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and by working closely with different fertility clinics. I understand the overwhelming feelings associated with infertility and pregnancy loss and I feel privileged to have helped many people during these life crisis events. > Top