Q: Who will answer my phone call or email message?
A: Dr. Lisson will personally respond to all phone calls, emails, and scheduling requests.
Q: Is what I share with Dr. Lisson confidential?
A: Your confidentiality is protected by state law and by the rules of the psychology profession. All information concerning patients is held confidential and is released only through procedures consistent with the law and professional ethics. In order to improve medical outcomes, Dr. Lisson will seek your written permission to discuss pertinent treatment goals and progress with some of your medical providers, such as your primary care physician. During your initial consultation, Dr. Lisson will discuss the benefits of open communication with your other medical professionals.
Q: What if I think I need to be evaluated for medications or I am already prescribed medications?
A: Dr. Lisson is licensed and trained to practice psychology, not medicine. However, Dr. Lisson consults with physicians to assist clients in seeking medication evaluation or support in better managing medications.
Q: Does Dr. Lisson take insurance?
A: Dr. Lisson is an in-network provider for Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and MedCost. Dr. Lisson can bill other insurance plans if a client has out-of-network benefits. All billing will be completed through Dr. Lisson’s office. Clients are responsible for knowing their copay and any deductible amounts prior to their first visit and submitting these payments on the day of service.
Q: Does Dr. Lisson have a no-show policy?
A: Yes, Dr. Lisson will charge $100 for each no-show.