We believe community is important to your growth. At Acacia, we want clients to know that they have a virtual community and space if they need it. Check out our blog, listen to our podcast, and get some helpful app suggestions.
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Acacia has a podcast hosted by Maddie Coulter, a therapist on the Acacia Minneapolis team!
The podcast is a user’s guide to mental health, exploring topics of mental illness, personal experiences, and professional takes from Acacia providers. If you need to process the meaning of shame, learn some mindfulness techniques, or explore intersectionality – this could be the podcast for you!
Join us at SincerelyNotOkay.Podbean.com, Spotify, or on iTunes!
General Mental Health Related Podcasts
General Mental Health Related Books
True Love by Thich Nhat Hanh
The Book Of Joy by Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu
Milk & Honey by Rapi Kaur
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
Habitware Hair Pulling/Nail Biting/Skin Picking Bracelet
How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation by Anne Helen Petersen
When Passion Leads to Burnout by Jennifer Moss
This is What Black Burnout Feels Like by Tiana Clark
The Truth About What Stress-Eating Does To Your Body by Sarah Sloat
Text HOME to 741741
Crisis Text Line
COLLEGE STUDENT CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES
Life Without Ed by Jenni Schaefer
Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach
Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown
Rising Strong by Brene Brown
The Body Keeps Score by Bessel Van de Kolk
The Sexual Healing Journey by Wendy Maltz
My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem
In an Unspoken Voice by Peter Lavine
The Complex PTSD Workbook by Arielle Schwartz
PTSD Resources by Recovery Village
To Stay In Love, Sign on the Dotted Line by Mandy Len Catron
The Relationship Cure by John Gottman
Hold Me Tight by Susan Johnson
Drugrehab.com – Domestic Abuse
Know Your Trans Friends by Transgender Equality Network
What Should I Call You by Vanderbilt University
Pronoun Etiquette by Dean Spade
State law protects the confidentiality of communications between a client and a therapist.
There are notable exceptions:
Fret not, there are several options!
Good news, you do not have to be a college student to start therapy at Acacia!
Yes, we are close to college campuses, as that is our mission – to serve and engage the college community, which can include you!
For college students in the University of California system (UCSB, UCSD, etc.), there is sometimes a requirement to have the on-campus counseling services provide a referral for insurance to be billed.
If you plan to use your university’s insurance (UCSHIP), you will need to make sure to have a referral before you start services to avoid paying for insurance costs – as all costs are a client’s responsibility.
With the proper referral on file at Acacia, you are only responsible for copays
Secondary insurance refers to an insurance plan (for UC students, “UCSHIP”) that is essentially trumped by any Primary insurance plan you may be on as well. This is common for those on a parent’s or spouse’s plan.
If we are unaware of a primary insurance plan prior to sessions, your coverage may be blocked by the primary insurance company. When this happens, your balance at Acacia will rise.
If you have a primary insurance that requires that you notify them before using another insurance plan, you can call the customer phone line to “coordinate your benefits with Acacia”.
We strive to provide you with the best fit!
Before we schedule you, we take the initial information you have given us and matched you with providers with experience working in the areas you’re hoping to explore.
It’s important that if something in therapy isn’t quite working for you, as it will inform the provider of where they can adjust. If you believe it’s not changing, speak with your office’s front desk team and they can find a better match!