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It is understood that engaging with Iowa Family Counseling via the website, blog, or social media accounts does not indicate the established therapeutic relationship with Iowa Family Counseling. This includes, but is not limited to the sharing of posts, commenting on blog or social media posts, and direct messaging via social media accounts. 


Contacting Iowa Family Counseling and/or its therapists or staff via social media or email does not indicate that a therapeutic relationship has been established. Additionally, being placed on the Iowa Family Counseling waitlist for services, does not indicate that a therapeutic relationship has been established.

A therapeutic relationship is only established by seeing an Iowa Family Counseling Therapist at the Iowa Family Counseling office, via a scheduled, secured teletherapy session, or at an established school-based setting. Prior to your initial session with a Therapist, appropriate consent forms and client information will need to be completed and signed. Iowa Family Counseling staff will provide the necessary forms.


If you are in need or interested in taking part in direct therapeutic services, please contact your insurance provider’s customer service for assistance. You may also visit to “Find a Therapist” in your area.​


The content on Iowa Family Counseling's website, blog, and social media are for marketing, advocating, and educational purposes only. Iowa Family Counseling, LLC or any of its associated counselors' social media pages, blogs, or websites are not psychotherapy, a replacement for psychotherapy services. Reading, viewing, or otherwise engaging with the online presences of Iowa Family Counseling does not constitute having a therapeutic relationship or serve as a replacement for therapy services, medical care, or mental health care. Iowa Family Counseling's social media presence is not a request for a rating, endorsement, or request from previous or current clients. No social media content or posts should be considered professional advice, as this information is for educational purposes only.


Clients, past and current, have the choice to like, follow, comment, re-post, direct message, and engage on social media with counselors, but this should be done at their own risk and with the understanding that this is a risk to their privacy and confidentiality. Commenting and messaging between session times are not confidential or encouraged, as they are not appropriate means for addressing crisis, questions, or concerns with your therapist. Please schedule an official session with your therapist to discuss any treatment questions or concerns. In order to honor professional boundaries and not engage in dual-relationship, previous and current clients will not be followed or friended on social media by counselors on all social media platforms.

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or in the case of an emergency, please call or text #988, or seek out your nearest emergency room. In the case of a non-life-threatening crisis, click here for mental health and hotline resources.






Iowa Family Counseling is proud to offer educational presentations, seminars, workshops, referral and resource drop in hours, social media and website information to help further its mission of supporting children and families with genuine, empathetic, and collaborative mental healthcare across rural Iowa. Enrolling in or attending any informational or educational programming offered through Iowa Family Counseling does NOT constitute the establishment of a therapeutic relationship with Iowa Family Counseling or any of its therapists or providers. The information provided through our informational and educational outreach programs, social media and website, is for general education and informational purposes only. This information is not meant to serve as a replacement for psychotherapy services, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is your responsibility to use your judgment and discretion regarding the information, referrals and tips provided, thus, you take full responsibility for your actions/choices if you apply ideas contained in these sources. 


The information provided through these services are reviewed for accuracy and relevancy at our best efforts, however, it may not be an exhaustive list of all resources available, nor the most accurate, as research and knowledge may change or evolve over time. Iowa Family Counseling may share copyrighted material for "fair use" under section 107 of the United States Copyright law, however, if you wish to use such material for your own purposes that go beyond fair use, you must obtain permission from the copyright owner. Provided information and resources may contain views and opinions which are those of the authors, and may not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any other author, agency, organization or company, including Iowa Family Counseling. 


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