Most couples in committed relationships know that rough patches are inevitable. No relationship is free of disagreement or conflict, but partners can often overcome these obstacles and move forward together. But from time to time, marital issues may arise that challenge the health of a relationship and create tension, frustration, or even distrust. A psychiatrist can help analyze couple and marital issues that are responsible for relationship problems and shine a light not only on emotional problems and disagreements but also on underlying mental illness or physical imbalances that are helping fuel conflict.
How do I get started with mental health counseling?
Contact us and our receptionist will schedule you with one of our mental health therapists for an initial 50 minute appointment at one of our office locations or virtually through our HIPPA compliant telehealth system or over the telephone.
All of our mental health therapists are in-network with United, BCBS, and Aetna. Most insurance companies now offer mental health benefits. If you have insurance benefits for mental health and you have met your deductible you only need to pay your co–pay at the time of session if you have one. For more information about your insurance benefits please visit our insurance and billing page.
Self – Pay Rates
If you do not have insurance for mental health therapy we will give you a superbill to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement
50 minute mental health counseling initial assessment …………………………. $200
50 minute mental health counseling follow-up sessions …………………….….. $150
Frequently Asked Questions
You and your partner may benefit from couples and marital counseling if you are experiencing issues in your marriage that seem insolvable with traditional forms of mediation.
Couples and marital therapy often begins with counseling to identify the source of conflict in a relationship. Ultimately, the goal of couples and marital therapy is helping couples determine whether they want to move forward in their relationships; and if so – teaching them how to do it.
As you move forward in your relationship, you’ll come to realize that each partner has his or her own set of ideas, beliefs, and opinions. When they do not match one another, you’ll learn to embrace your differences and find a solution that you can both agree upon.