WHAT ARE YOUR COUNSELING RATES?
Our rates are based on the length of the session and the counselor with whom you are working. 50-minute sessions with a fully licensed therapist start at $155. 90-minute sessions start at $255. The first session for a couple will be a 90-minute session, whereas follow-up sessions may be scheduled for either 50 or 90-minutes. Individual sessions are generally 50-minutes. We also offer sessions with a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate at significantly reduced rates. If cost is a concern, please reach out to discuss pricing in greater detail. We do our best to find an option that works for you.
WHAT ARE YOUR RATES FOR COACHING?
DO YOU TAKE INSURANCE?
The Marriage Place is an out-of-network provider, and currently does not accept insurance or participate in any Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs).
If you are unsure if you have out-of-network benefits, contact your insurance company and ask if your plan offers mental health benefits including counseling, and if so, at what reimbursement rate and do you need to meet a deductible first. Many of our clients choose to file a reimbursement claim with their insurance company and receive reimbursement of up to 80% of session cost. If you plan to file with your insurance, please let us know and we will be happy to provide you with a receipt that includes the additional documentation required.
If you have an FSA card, we are also happy to accept it for payment.
DO YOU ONLY WORK WITH COUPLES? …AND DO YOU HAVE TO BE MARRIED?
WE’VE TRIED MARRIAGE THERAPY BEFORE. WHAT MAKES YOU DIFFERENT?
WHAT IF I WANT TO COME IN FOR COUPLES THERAPY, BUT MY PARTNER DOES NOT?
WHAT IF THERE HAS BEEN AN AFFAIR? CAN MY MARRIAGE BE SAVED?
Yes. In fact, most marriages heal after infidelity. Though we won’t sugar coat this and tell you it will be easy (it won’t be), it is very possible to rebuild the foundation of a relationship and learn to trust each other again. An affair causes significant damage to the relationship and to the partner who was not unfaithful. The partner who cheated is not unscathed either, likely carrying loads of guilt and shame for the damage done by the infidelity. Damage control and repair work must be addressed before moving forward together. We suggest Shirley Glass’s book: Not Just Friends: Rebuilding Trust and Recovering Your Sanity After Infidelity as a companion piece to the work you will do with us.
WHAT IF MY SPOUSE WANTS OUT BUT I WANT TO SAVE MY MARRIAGE?
ARE YOU GOING TO TELL ME TO LEAVE MY PARTNER OR SUGGEST DIVORCE?
THERAPY CAN BE EXPENSIVE. HOW CAN WE JUSTIFY SPENDING THIS MUCH?
MY FRIENDS WENT TO MARRIAGE COUNSELING AND GOT DIVORCED. WILL THERAPY MAKE THINGS WORSE?
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