top of page

Frequently Asked Quations

Here are some questions we frequently get about therapy, therapists, and the process. Please contact us if you have any questions not addressed here.

How do I schedule a session?

You can go to our Counselors Page to get your counselor’s direct contact information or call our Client Care Coordinator’s number: 386-405-4128.

How much do sessions cost?

All of the counselors and therapists listed on our Counselors Page are independent contractors and set their own rates, take a look at their profiles. Counseling generally costs anywhere from $70 to $120 per session, but we also have programs to help people who cannot afford counseling.

How long are sessions?

Counseling sessions are generally 45 to 50 minutes per session. Sometimes intake sessions or EMDR/A.R.T. sessions are longer. Check with your counselor.

Do I have to be a Christian to receive services?

All are welcome. About 60% of our clients are not Christian or do not practice any religion or faith. Counselors are Florida, State Licensed, and professionally trained.

What are your counselor’s qualifications and credentials?

Counselors and therapists are Licensed by the Florida 491 Board as Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists, or Licensed Clinical Social Works, or they are Registered Interns or Master Level Student Interns in one of those areas.

Where are your counselors located?

Most of our counselors currently see clients at Daytona Beach Counseling Center, but there are others throughout Central Florida.

Do you offer online (tele-mental health) sessions?

Many of the counselors and therapists do offer online counseling.

What happened to Port Orange Counseling Center?

Port Orange Counseling Center is merged with Daytona Beach Counseling Center. Both centers see clients at 215 S. Palmetto, Daytona Beach, Fl 32114.

Record Requests?

All counselors and therapists associated with Open Doors Counseling Network or Daytona Beach Counseling Center are Independent Contractors and custodians of their own records. Please make your requests for records to them directly.

bottom of page