Frequently Asked Questions
We frequently deal with couples who have communication problems, differences with
regard to handling children, family roles, problems with affection, and sexual activity.
It is quite common that at least one partner may have problems with depression or
anxiety and we address those issues in both individual and couple sessions.
We are trained to deal with a wide-range of relationship issues ranging from problems with romantic partners, to those with family members and friends. You do not have to be married to seek relationship counseling.
Yes, you can absolutely come alone. We offer both conjoint and individual therapy in the clinic.
In certain cases, when a couple gets divorced or when a family becomes involved with the court system, psychologists become involved in providing information to judges on issues such as parenting, substance abuse, and mental health when judges are addressing issues of child custody and visitation. As referred by the courts, we provide a range of forensic services.
In therapy cases only (not forensic), we will only break confidentiality if:
1. A judge subpoenas your records
2. You indicate that you might harm yourself or someone else
3. You indicate that either a child or an elderly person is being abused
For all therapy and assessment services, we charge $65.00 per hour. For court or other assessment reports, we typically request 50% payment prior to the completion of a report. We do not release reports until payment is received. We do not accept insurance.