Finding the Right Provider

Finding the Right Provider

Finding the right provider for you may seem like a daunting task. However, there are steps you can take to help ease the process and ensure you will find a provider that will be the right fit for you. 

When searching for a new provider, a good first step is to check what healthcare providers are covered by your insurance, if that is how you are hoping to pay. Many insurance plans offer a provider directory which gives you the contact information for various health offices and providers.

After determining what providers are “in network” for your insurance plan, then you can further choose a specific provider that you see best fit for you. There are many things to consider when choosing a new provider. By determining what you need and are hoping for in a provider, it will be easier to find the right match. We recommend asking yourself the following questions to help better determine what you are looking for:

  • Where am I hoping for the provider’s office to be located?
  • What kind of care am I seeking?
  • Do I have any specific problems I am hoping to address?
  • What are my goals for seeking therapy or other healthcare services?

In addition, some individuals might have specific preferences on the credentials and previous work history of their provider. 

Regardless of your answers to these questions, there is a provider out there who is right for you. Finding the perfect therapist or healthcare provider may seem challenging, but by doing so you are taking an important step towards bettering your overall wellness.


For those seeking care, we recommend visiting our team page and learning more about our specific providers. Our team comes from a diverse background of care and specialties. We take great pride in our team and their ability to best serve you. 

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To read more about the services we offer at NW Mind-Body Wellness, visit our about page at the following link:

Crisis Lifeline

If you or a loved one is in a crisis, it is important to get help immediately. If in danger of suicide:

  • Call 911
  • Go to the nearest emergency room
  • Call the toll-free, 24-hour hotline of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988

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