Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer telehealth?

Yes we provide telehealth nationwide! Telehealth is super easy to use with just a click of a button you can connect with your therapist via smartphone, computer or tablet. Telehealth provides ease of meeting with your therapist so that you don’t have to worry about childcare or transportation time.

Do you offer couples therapy?

Yes we provide couples therapy. We have many therapists that specialize in couples therapy and aim to navigate through conflict so communication can be built and relationships can be improved.

Do you prescribe medication?

No, we do not prescribe medication at this time however we are currently looking to add this ability to our practice.

What insurances do you take?

We accept most major insurance health care plans such as Tricare, TriWest, Anthem, Cigna, Blue Shield, Blue Cross, United, Aetna etc. Please check our website for a full list.   

What kind of treatments do you offer?

We have many therapists with a wide variety of experience and training. We are able to assist healing by use of CBT, DBT, ACT, EMDR and psychodynamic to name a few modalities.

How soon can I see a therapist? 

Depending on your insurance provider or if you are cash pay, we have therapists available immediately.

Do you have appointments on the weekends and evenings?

Yes, we offer evening and weekend appointments to fit your schedule.

Do you offer therapy for kids?

Yes, we provide therapy for children under the age of 18. We also provide family support and parenting if needed.

Are you accepting new clients?

Yes, we are currently accepting new clients.

Do you take Medi-Cal?

No, we do not currently accept Medi-Cal.

Psychologist vs. Psychiatrist – What is the difference?

Psychologists (PhD) hold a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or another specialty such as counseling or education. They are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health using clinical interviews, psychological evaluations, and testing. They can make diagnoses and provide individual, group, couples, and family therapy. They cannot prescribe medications. Psychiatrists are licensed medical doctors (MD) who have completed psychiatric training. They can diagnose mental health conditions and prescribe and monitor medications. Fusion Care does not have psychiatrists on staff, however we can refer you to one.

Therapists and Counselors – What is the difference?

Fusion Care has a variety of masters-level health care professionals on staff. Masters level clinicians are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health and use therapeutic techniques based on specific training programs. They operate under a variety of job titles—including counselor, clinician, therapist. Types include: LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, LPCC, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, LMFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. The majority of all therapists/counselors in the industry are masters-level.