The Potter's Wheel
My name is Michelle H Jones and I provide counseling to individuals, couples, families, teens and children.
I am also able to provide counseling in a group if that is warranted.
If you are a member of an organization and are interested in a workshop or presentation, please contact me. I will be happy to discuss your request.
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What Issues Are Addressed?
- Military PTSD
- Emotional Regulation/Dysregulation
- Anger Issues
- Attachment Issues
- Stress Management
- Pre-Marital Counseling
- Chronic Illness/Chronic Pain
- Blended Families
- Divorce /Separation
- Adult Children of Alcoholics
- Domestic Violence
- Sexual Abuse
- Marital Discord
- Grief & Loss or
- Parenting Challenges
- Children's Issues
- School Behavior Issues
- Teen Issues
- Women's Issues
- Body Image
- Life Transitions
- Challenges of Faith
- Goal Attainment
- Caregiver Stress
- Career Transitioning
**More links will be added in the future!!!**
- Critical Incident Stress Debriefing
- Trauma Response / Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Anger Management
- Professional Life Coaching
- Mediation Services
- EAP Services
- School Support Services
- Crisis Intervention
- Parenting Collaboration
- Divorce Etiquette
- Co-Parenting Classes
- Premarital Classes / Consultation
- E-Therapy (client at home or in insurance approved site)
Frequently Asked Questions:
Will my insurance cover counseling?
Many insurance programs cover counseling services.
These services may be called mental health services or behavioral health services by some insurance companies.
Michelle is a participant and preferred provider in many insurance and EAP networks including Aetna, BCBS, Tricare, Humana, Companion, Medicare, Medicaid and others. Michelle will file the claims with your insurance provider and will advocate for you regarding attaining coverage.
Michelle is also able to file claims that involves coverage from more than one insurance plan.
Michelle has experience working with case managers from a variety of agencies including Vocational Rehabilitation.
Will I have to file my own claims?
Michelle will be happy to file claims with most insurance programs.
If you prefer to file your own claims, Michelle will provide you with the necessary documentation to do so.
How do I schedule an appointment?
**The Potter's Wheel is not currently accepting new clients, however you may certainly email if you have any other [email protected] **
Why are appointments not being scheduled?
In order to ensure that quality services are provided, there are times that it is in the best interest of the individuals served to refer to other clinicians and / or offices that have more appointment times and / or clinicians available to address client needs.
Should that be the case, referral information will be provided if requested.
What happens at the first appointment?
Intake forms are completed and your insurance company is contacted if that has not already been done.
You will be asked for a copy of your insurance card to facilitate the filing of the claims, as well as a copy of your state approved or federal ID.
All of your information will be held in confidence except in instances where you have given authorization; for example, to file your insurance claim, or in circumstances dictated by law.
What happens if I need to reschedule or cancel my appointment?
Contact information is provided on this website and at the initial appointment. Simply call and inform Michelle of your need to reschedule.
24-hr notice is required to allow Michelle to most adequately manage the schedule to accomodate the needs of the clients.
What forms of payment are accepted?
Michelle accepts cash and checks, as well asMastercard, Visa and Discover credit, debit or Health Savings Account / Flexible Spending Account cards. Payments may be made in person or via telephone.
Michelle will discuss financial options with those who are uninsured and may be facing financial challenges.
There are always options to facilitate access to counseling no matter what the financial situation.