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 Couples Counseling FAQ's

How can I make an appointment?

You may do this in two ways. You may call 480-235-1682 or complete this contact form.

Do you offer a free consultation?

Yes, we off a free 15-minute telephone consultation. Please call 480-235-1682 for a consultation or complete this contact form.

Do you accept insurance?

Our practice is a fee-for-service practice which means we do not accept insurance. If you have an insurance provider with behavioral health coverage, they may offer out-of-network coverage. If you would like to use your out-of-network benefits, we will provide you with a superbill (receipt) that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

My partner won't come.

We have a great deal of success working with individuals who are experiencing relationship issues. If you are willing to try something different and learn about yourself – from your attachment patterns to your emotional triggers – your personal growth can impact your relationship as a whole.

 

In couples therapy, you can also learn to let go of feeling guilty and stop feeling responsible for your partner’s own internal challenges. By developing greater self-acceptance and facing your own negative cycles of behavior, you can change your relationship dynamic for the better and inspire your partner to make changes as well.

I am ashamed of talking about the problems in my relationship.

We work with many couples who struggle with guilt, shame and, embarrassment when facing a betrayal, a breach in trust or something else that shatters their expectations for their relationship.

 

However, by talking about the things that are uncomfortable, you take away their power to make you feel afraid or broken. Although it may feel difficult at first, discussing your relationship issues with a compassionate, non-judgmental therapist can lead to peace, understanding, acceptance and, resolution.

I am afraid that if we go to couples therapy, we will decide to break up.

If you believe in your relationship and the importance of keeping your family together, you owe it to yourself to try. Counseling can offer you and your partner a respectful, compassionate and safe space to communicate your needs, values and desires, and create healing in your relationship.

Is what I say confidential?

All client-therapist conversations are private and confidential. In those rare exceptions when the safety of a client or other is at risk disclosure of confidential client-therapist information takes place.

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