Dr. Siders is now offering teletherapy! Please see our teletherapy section for more information.

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Insurance Information

Dr. Siders accepts several insurance plans and is willing to charge on a sliding scale for clients who do not have insurance.  Call us for a free consultation to discuss your needs.

Accepted insurance plans:

  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Any PPO insurance (Out of Network)
  • Blue Cross
  • Cigna
  • Medicare


Dr. Siders provides evidence-based (supported by research) therapy such as cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, behavior modification, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness, and others.  He has used these therapies successfully for people struggling with psychological or emotional difficulties such as:

  • Symptoms of depression or other mood disorders
  • Generalized anxiety disorder (Anxiety or stress)
  • Trauma
  • PTSD
  • ADHD
  • Behavioral issues
  • Interpersonal problems
  • Lack of focus or direction
  • Self esteem issues

In addition to using evidence-based techniques, Dr. Siders is well versed in common factors, or factors that lead to treatment success regardless of the type of treatment used.  He does not see you as just a diagnosis that needs to be treated or cured.  Rather, he sees you as an important partner in a collaborative process that will build on your strengths and equip you to deal with your present AND future difficulties.  To learn more about how Dr. Siders conducts psychotherapy and customizes your treatment to your needs, click here.

Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy

Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy focuses on improving or compensating for areas of the brain that may be declining due to injury or illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease. This kind of therapy might address relearning skills, teaching you ways to compensate for difficulties, or just “exercising” what you already have to try to slow or stop declining brain function.

Neuropsychological Assessment

Neuropsychological assessment includes a comprehensive, detailed assessment of intellectual, cognitive, and emotional functioning, followed by treatment recommendations. Afterward, Dr. Siders will schedule an appointment to review the results of the assessment and answer any questions you may have. He provides a full report to the referring provider.

Neuropsychological assessment is appropriate for those who are having problems with memory, concentration, or learning. Common diagnoses for those who are referred for assessment are:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Concussive syndrome
  • Neurodegenerative disorders, including
    • Alzheimer’s disease
    • Mild cognitive impairment
    • Lewy body disease
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Many others
  • Stroke
  • Tumor
  • ADHD
  • Seizures of various etiologies

For a more detailed description of how Dr. Siders conducts a neuropsychological evaluation, click here.

Psychological Assessment

Psychological assessment consists of a thorough assessment of emotional and social functioning and brief testing to assess for cognitive contributions to emotional dysfunction. An informed diagnosis is made along with treatment recommendations. Afterward, Dr. Siders will prepare a full report, schedule an appointment to review the results of the assessment, and answer any questions you may have.

Neuropsychologically Informed Therapy

Neuropsychologically informed therapy is the application of brain/behavior relationships to psychotherapy. Conditions that affect brain function are often accompanied by emotional problems either due to coping with loss of functioning or the disruption of brain systems. Dr. Siders combines the latest psychotherapeutic techniques with a detailed knowledge of how brain systems affect emotions to educate you and help you take active steps toward recovery.