Who is your practice for?
True Counseling and Consulting Services is a specialty psychology practice run by Dr. Emily Mohr, a psychologist with over 20 years of clinical and leadership experience.
Dr. Mohr's clinical approach brings the scientific study of human attachment, motivation, and psychological flexibility & flourishing to her work with
Emerging and struggling leaders
Dr. Mohr's clients often present with concerns about
Anxiety and panic in social and other situations
Longing for the closeness that they used to have with their partner
Feelings of insecurity, self-doubt, loneliness, and disconnection
Difficulties with motivation despite desire for achievement, or overwork
Conflicts, defensiveness, misalignment, and/or betrayal in relationships
Difficulty with assertiveness, and/or overreliance on anger and control
Difficulty getting the most from the teams they lead
How about couples counseling? Can I use insurance for that?
Sometimes. In order to use insurance to pay for couples counseling, one of the members of the couple must be the "identified client" who has a mental health diagnosis that is being treated through couples counseling. Most often, this is not the case. Typical couples counseling is aimed at improving the experience that both partners have in the relationship, but neither one is the focus of the treatment . When you talk with Dr. Mohr about working with her for couples counseling, she will discuss with you whether it would be appropriate to use health insurance or not.
What is an "out of network benefit" and how would I use that?
Some health insurance plans will pay some of the cost if you choose to work with healthcare providers who are not in that plan's list of approved providers. This is called having an "out of network" or OON benefit. Not all health insurance plans will pay for out of network services. To find out if your plan has an OON benefit, you can call the customer service number on the back of your insurance card. Dr. Mohr may also be able to help you identify if you have this kind of benefit.
I've never been in counseling before. What should I expect?
First of all, you should expect to feel heard and respected at all times. You may feel challenged, and sometimes you and your therapist may disagree, but it should always feel respectful and safe. Therapy/counseling is not always easy - in fact if it is good quality, you should expect to feel pretty uncomfortable when real changes are being made (No one changes when they are comfortable. If you're comfortable, why change??). But even when it feels hard to talk, it should feel meaningful and like you are discussing things that are important to you. You should also expect that you'll be asked to do things outside of your sessions. It is hard to make lasting change when you only work on it for an hour per week (or less). Finally, you should expect that what you are doing will make sense to you. If you ever feel confused about why you are doing what you are doing in therapy, please feel free to ask! Your therapist should be happy to explain it to you.
Do you practice in person or telehealth?
At your convenience, you can participate in private, secure telehealth sessions with Dr. Mohr from any of these states:
District of Columbia
* States marked with an asterisk are those where Dr. Mohr holds a state-issued license. The other states have enacted legislation to participate in the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT) which allows participating psychologists to provide services via telehealth to clients in any PSYPACT state.
Dr. Mohr currently provides telehealth services for individual, couples, and group counseling. In-person options in central Illinois coming soon.
Leadership consultation services can be provided in-person at your business location. Travel expenses may apply if not local to the Urbana-Champaign, Illinois area.