What types of clients do you typically see?

We mainly work with couples, families, teens, and children. We also see individual adults.

What are typical areas that you address?

We work a lot with couples that want to address conflict resolution, communication, emotional intimacy, sexual intimacy, parenting, divorce/separation, and stressful events. We also work quite a bit with families addressing teen challenges, parenting, communication, and family bonding. More specific areas of treatment include those dealing with infidelity, sexual difficulties, infertility, depression, anxiety, pre-marital counseling, addictions, grief/loss, trauma, and extended family issues.

What types of models or forms of treatment do you use?

We all use a relational or systems theory approach which means we focus on helping relationships. In addition, many of us use specific models like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and other evidence-based approaches.

How much do therapy sessions cost?

Therapy sessions cost between $95-$110 per session. For those experiencing financial difficulties, payment options are available.

Do individual, couple, and family sessions cost the same?


Do you accept insurance or government assistance?

We do not directly accept insurance or assistance; however, we can provide you with the information through what is called an “Insurance Super Bill” that provides your insurance company all the information to apply for reimbursement. Your insurance company would decide how much would be reimbursable or applied to your deductible.

How long do sessions last?

We typically see clients once a week for 1 hour; some will see us every other week or even monthly. The average client will see us for 12 to 16 weeks; however, some see us for more or less time.

What type of therapist will I see?

We take pride in hiring therapists that are well-trained in relational approaches. The majority of our therapists are Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists or Associates who have graduated from accredited family therapy programs. This is important because there are many non-accredited programs out there. Graduates from an accredited program by the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy will have the highest level of training.