Collaboratively tailored therapy focusing on areas including generalized anxiety, social anxiety, depression, PTSD, life-transitions, grief and loss, relationship conflict and distress, career uncertainty, and identity/existential concerns. I also have specialty training in working with dreams and nightmares. Learn more about my approach here.
I work with men struggling with stress, sadness, anger, relationship concerns, and issues related to masculinity. My dissertation work was on Stay-at-home Father’s experiences of depression and help-seeking, and I have an interest in working with men dealing with issues related to fatherhood.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)
CBT-I is an evidence based treatment for those suffering from insomnia. It is time-limited (typically 10 weeks), and in some ways is more like a class or workshop than what one might stereotypically think of as “therapy”. I encourage you to contact me to learn more about this highly effective treatment. As noted above, I also have specialty training in working with dreams and nightmares (Imagery Rehearsal Thearpy).
Please contact Dr. Caperton directly to discuss fees, including the possibility of working on a sliding scale when necessary.
Dr. Caperton is currently working with a number of insurance providers. Please contact for more information.
Dr. Caperton is also an out-of-network provider for those with other insurance coverage. In this case he does not accept insurance directly, but will provide the documentation necessary should you wish to submit for reimbursement from your insurance carrier.
Most people with out of network mental health benefits are reimbursed between 50% and 100% of the cost of their sessions. It is helpful to call your insurance provider in advance to determine your level of coverage.
Questions to ask your provider include:
-Do I have out of network benefits to see a licensed psychologist?
-If so, what percentage of sessions do you cover?
-Is there a session limit, and if so, in what time period?
-What is the deductible, and how much of the deductible have I met?
-How do I access the necessary form to submit for reimbursement?