Frequently Asked Questions


What types of clients do you see?

 We see newborn to adults.


Do you offer a consultation to help determine if therapy or testing is right for me? 

Yes, Dr. Prior offers a free 15-minute phone consultation to give you the chance to ask questions and help you make up your mind about therapy or an assessment and next steps. 


Do you offer evening hours? 



How long is a typical session? 

A therapy session usually lasts up to 50 min.  A testing session can last for up to 2 hrs, with one break given during that time.


Do you provide testing? 

Yes, at this time we provide three types of assessments:

  1. Developmental assessments for young children. These evaluations assess for developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, intellectual disability (formerly know as mental retardation) and genetic disorders.
  2. Early Entry to Kindergarten testing.
  3. Concussion screening and assessment for youth to adults.

Do I need to complete any paperwork before my first appointment?

Depending on the type of appointment, you may be asked to complete and send in paperwork prior to your appointment.  For instance, if you request testing for your child, you may be asked to complete a comprehensive questionnaire prior to the testing sessions.


What payment types do you accept? 

Harborside Wellbeing, PLLC, is an out-of-network provider.  This means we do not have contracts with health insurance carriers.  Although we do not have contracts with insurance carriers, we will provide you with a receipt at the time of service that you may submit to your insurance company.  We encourage you to contact your insurance carrier before receiving services so you are informed regarding your level of coverage. We accept credit cards, personal check or cash at time of service. 



Do you offer a reduced or sliding scale fee?

 If payment stands in the way of you coming in for services, please ask about the reduced fee policy.  You will be asked to complete paperwork that determines if you qualify for a reduced fee.  Please note that an insurance claim cannot be filed for services received at a reduced fee (per regulations provided by the United States Government Accountability Office.)