Registration is only required if you do not have a username. Please check your spam & junk mail folders to ensure you have not already received an email with a username and password. If you already have a username log in here

Each account must have a unique email address associated with it. Please contact us if you need multiple accounts with the same email address (i.e. related family members).

Client Type

Client Information

/ Middle Initial

( optional )


( for Text Message Reminders )

Bill To Contact

/ Middle Initial

Log in Details

( If client is a minor, the legal guardian must enter their email address below. )

Between 8 and 40 letters and numbers

Challenge Questions

( These will be used to retrieve your password. Answers must be between 4 and 30 characters, cannot contain any spaces. )

( If you feel you must write down your questions in order to remember them, make sure to keep it in a safe place. )

Terms and Policy

Privacy of Information Policies
Our Legal Duties
State and Federal laws require that we keep your medical records private. Such laws require that we provide you with this notice informing you of our privacy of information policies, your rights, and our duties. We are required to abide these policies until replaced or revised. We have the right to revise our privacy policies for all medical records, including records kept before policy changes were made. Any changes in this notice will be made available upon request before changes take place. The contents of material disclosed to us in an evaluation, intake, or counseling session are covered by the law as private information. We respect the privacy of the information you provide us, and we abide by ethical and legal requirements of confidentiality and privacy of records.

Use of Information
Information about you may be used by the personnel associated with this clinic for diagnosis, treatment planning, treatment, continuity of care, and billing. We may disclose it to health care providers who provide you with treatment, such as doctors, nurses, mental health professionals, and mental health students and mental health professionals or business associates affiliated with this clinic such as billing, quality enhancement, training, audits, and accreditation. Both verbal information and written records about a client cannot be shared with another party without the written consent of the client or the client’s legal guardian or personal representative. It is the policy of this clinic not to release any information about a client without a signed release of information except in certain emergency situations or exceptions in which client information can be disclosed to others without written consent. Some of these situations are noted below, and there may be other provisions provided by legal requirements.

Duty to Warn and Protect
When a client discloses intentions or a plan to harm another person or persons, the health care professional is required to warn the intended victim and report this information to legal authorities. In cases in which the client discloses or implies a plan for suicide, the health care professional is required to notify legal authorities and make reasonable attempts to notify the family of the client.

Public Safety
Health records may be released for the public interest and safety for public health activities, judicial and administrative proceedings, law enforcement purposes, serious threats to public safety, essential government functions, military, and when complying with worker’s compensation laws or homeland security laws.

If a client states or suggests that he or she is abusing a child or vulnerable adult, or has recently abused a child or vulnerable adult, or a child (or vulnerable adult) is in danger of abuse, the health care professional is required by law to report this information to the appropriate social service and/or legal authorities. If a client is the victim of abuse, neglect, violence, or a crime victim, and their safety appears to be at risk, we may share this information with law enforcement officials to help prevent future occurrences and capture the perpetrator. Kentucky requires reporting of any domestic violence situations to authorities.

Prenatal Exposure to Controlled Substances
Health care professionals are required to report admitted prenatal exposure to controlled substances that are potentially harmful.

In the Event of a Client’s Death
In the event of a client’s death, the spouse or parents of a deceased client have a right to access their minor child’s or spouse’s records.

Professional Misconduct
Professional misconduct by a health care professional must be reported by other health care professionals. In cases in which a professional or legal disciplinary meeting is being held regarding the health care professional’s actions, related records may be released in order to substantiate disciplinary concerns.

Judicial or Administrative Proceedings
Health care professionals are required to release records of clients when a court order has been placed.

Parents or legal guardians of non-emancipated minor clients have the right to access the client’s records.

Other Provisions
When payment for services are the responsibility of the client, or a person who has agreed to provide payment, and payment has not been made in a timely manner, collection agencies may be utilized in collecting unpaid debts. The specific content of the services (e.g., diagnosis, treatment plan, progress notes, testing) is not disclosed. If a debt remains unpaid it may be reported to credit agencies, and the client’s credit report may state the amount owed, the time-frame, and the name of the clinic or collection source. Insurance companies, managed care, and other third-party payers are given information that they request regarding services to the client. Information which may be requested includes type of services, dates/times of services, diagnosis, treatment plan, description of impairment, progress of therapy, and summaries. Information about clients may be disclosed in consultations with other professionals in order to provide the best possible treatment. In such cases the name of the client, or any identifying information, is not disclosed. Clinical information about the client is discussed. Some progress notes and reports are dictated/typed within the clinic or by outside sources specializing in (and held accountable for) such procedures. In the event in which the clinic or mental health professional must telephone the client for purposes such as appointment cancellations or reminders, or to give/receive other information, efforts are made to preserve confidentiality. Please notify us in writing where we may reach you by phone and how you would like us to identify ourselves. For example, you might request that when we phone you at home or work, we do not say the name of the clinic or the nature of the call, but rather the mental health professional’s first name only. If this information is not provided to us (below), we will adhere to the following procedure when making phone calls: First we will ask to speak to the client (or guardian) without identifying the name of the clinic. If the person answering the phone asks for more identifying information we will say that it is a personal call. We will not identify the clinic (to protect confidentiality). If we reach an answering machine or voice mail we will follow the same guidelines. We have no control over Caller ID. On Caller ID, our name shows up as Virginia Institute.

Your Rights
You have the right to request to review or receive your medical files. The procedure for obtaining a copy of your medical information is as follows. You may request a copy of your records in writing with an original (not photocopied) signature. If your request is denied, you will receive a written explanation of the denial. Records for non-emancipated minors must be requested by their custodial parents or legal guardians. The charge for this service is $_.50__ per page, plus postage. You have the right to cancel a release of information by providing us a written notice. If you desire to have your information sent to a location different than our address on file, you must provide this information in writing. You have the right to restrict which information might be disclosed to others. However, if we do not agree with these restrictions, we are not bound to abide by them. You have the right to request that information about you be communicated by other means or to another location. This request must be made to us in writing. You have the right to disagree with the medical records in our files. You may request that this information be changed. Although we might deny changing the record, you have the right to make a statement of disagreement, which will be placed in your file. You have the right to know what information in your record has been provided to whom. Request this in writing. If you desire a written copy of this notice you may obtain it by requesting it at the office.

If you have any complaints or questions regarding these procedures, please contact the clinic. We will get back to you in a timely manner. You may also submit a complaint to the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services and/or the State Board of Psychologists of the State you have received services. The following is the name of the State Boards that regulate the licensed providers at this agency. If you file a complaint we will not retaliate in any way.

In Virginia: Virginia Department of Regulatory Agencies
In Montana: Department of Labor & Industry; Board of Psychologists
In Colorado: Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies
In Kentucky: Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology

Direct all correspondence to: Dr. Vicki Van Cleave, PsyD; 132 Pearl Avenue; Campbellsville, KY 42718. Phone: 270-215-4373. Fax: 270-215-2373.

I understand the limits of confidentiality, privacy policies, my rights, and their meanings and ramifications.
( Type Full Name )
Financial Policy
The staff at Dr. Vicki, PSC (hereafter referred to as the “clinic”) are committed to providing caring and professional mental health care to all of our clients. As part of the delivery of mental health services we have established a financial policy which provides payment policies and options to all consumers. The financial policy of the clinic is designed to clarify the payment policies as determined by the management of the clinic.

The Person Responsible for Payment of Account is required to sign the form, Payment Contract for Services, which explains the fees and collection policies of the clinic. Your insurance policy, if any, is a contract between you and the insurance company; we are not part of the contract with you and your insurance company.

We request payment at the time of service, and we will assist in filling out any insurance forms in order to seek reimbursement. If your insurance company insists on billing from our office, we will as a service to you seek paneling by the insurance company. Once the insurance company has accepted us on their panel, we will bill insurance companies and other third-party payers, but cannot guarantee such benefits or the amounts covered, and is not responsible for the collection of such payments. The Person Responsible for Payment must pay for services in full until the insurance company panels the provider. In some cases insurance companies or other third-party payers may consider certain services as not reasonable or necessary or may determine that services are not covered. In such cases the Person Responsible for Payment of Account is responsible for payment of these services. We charge our clients the usual and customary rates for the area. Clients are responsible for payments regardless of any insurance company’s arbitrary determination of usual and customary rates.

The Person Responsible for Payment (as noted in the Payment Contract for Services) will be financially responsible for payment of such services. The Person Responsible for Payment of Account is financially responsible for paying funds not paid by insurance companies or third-party payers after 60 days. Payments not received after 120 days are subject to collections. A 1% per month interest rate is charged for accounts over 60 days.

Insurance deductibles and co-payments are due at the time of service. Although it is possible that mental health coverage deductible amounts may have been met elsewhere (e.g., if there were previous visits to another mental health provider since January of the current year that were prior to the first session at the clinic), this amount will be collected by the clinic until the deductible payment is verified to the clinic by the insurance company or third-party provider.

All insurance benefits will be assigned to this clinic (by insurance company or third-party provider) unless the Person Responsible for Payment of Account pays the entire balance each session.
Clients are responsible for payments in advance or at the time of services. The adult accompanying a minor (or guardian of the minor) is responsible for payments for the child at the time of service. Unaccompanied minors will be denied non-emergency service unless charges have been pre-authorized to an approved credit plan, charge card, or payment at the time of service.

Missed appointments or cancellations less than 24 hours prior to the appointment are charged at full fee. Rates are listed in the Payment Contract for Services.

Payment methods include check, cash, charge cards or Pay-pal. Clients using charge cards may either use their card at each session or sign a document allowing the clinic to automatically submit charges to the charge card after each session. You may pay at the time of service or in advance. A discount is given for clients paying with cash or check. See the Financial Contract for the amount of discount given. Questions regarding the financial policies can be answered by the Office Manager.
( Type Full Name )