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FAQs

I’m interested in couples therapy. Are you going to tell me to leave my partner or tell me what to do? 

The only time we recommend that a couple should consider separation is if either partner is being seriously threatened in some way. We are huge advocates for the saving the relationship. But sometimes, a couple comes in and one of them is being abused sexually, emotionally or physically by the other. When this happens, depending on the severity of the abuse, we may recommend the couple separate and for each to complete individual counseling before trying to work on their relationship as a couple. Our job is to help you sort out your thoughts and feelings so you can decide what is best for you.

Can I come to therapy alone?

Absolutely! Whether you’re in a relationship and your partner won’t come to therapy, or you’re single and looking to improve your life or relationships, we can help.

Some friends went to marriage therapy and got divorced! Can you guarantee we will get better not worse? 

The truth is, sometimes therapy does make things more stressful in the beginning. We often say that it could get harder before it gets better. Think about it…you are going to be stirring the pot and bringing up issues that may have been ignored for some time. You are going to be learning new skills that will bring about change and any change (positive or negative) is stressful. But therapy does work and we have had countless couples come in and make amazing progress (just check out our testimonials).

 

How can I get started right away?

We strive to see clients within the same week they contact us. If you’re ready to schedule, click on the link below.

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I want to come in sooner than what’s currently available in your schedule. What can I do?

If you’re in the middle of a personal or relationship crisis, you probably want to get started in therapy right away. If you can’t find a day/time on our online schedule system that works with your schedule, give us a call and we’ll do our best to accommodate you. We also offer emergency sessions that can be scheduled outside of our normal business hours–with as little as 3 hours advance notice. Please call us at (904) 302-5340 to discuss your options.

What if there’s been an affair? Can therapy help? 

Absolutely! We have helped hundreds of couples successfully repair their relationship after infidelity. We won’t sugar coat this and tell you it will be easy, but it is possible to rebuild the foundation of the relationship and learn to trust each other again. An affair causes significant damage to the partner who was not unfaithful. There has to be a lot of damage control and repair work done before moving forward together. However, researchers have found that 75-85% of all couples can recover from an affair, if you get the appropriate counseling.  

What are your fees?

Therapy is an investment in yourself and your relationship–not only financially, but it requires your time, energy, and effort.

The cost for sessions with our therapists vary, based on education level, experience, and specialties. You can read more about our team here. Or, give us a call at (904) 302-5340 and we can help match you with the best therapist for your needs.

Do you accept HSA & FSA Cards?

Yes! Mental health counseling or therapy is considered a qualified medical expense, so you can use funds on your HSA (health savings account) or FSA (flexible spending account) cards. We also can provide all necessary receipts if needed.

Therapy can be expensive! How can I justify spending so much? 

Therapy is expensive. That’s why we are committed to keeping it focused, and helping you reach your goals as quickly and efficiently as possible. But think of it this way:

  • The average person struggling with individual or relationship issues misses several days at work, or admits to not being “on their game” while at their job.
  • Relationship and individual stressors negatively impact your physical body, resulting in more sickness, fatigue, and lack of energy and concentration.
  • The alternative to marriage counseling is divorce. The average cost for a divorce in the US is $15,000. Therapy is considerably more cost effective than hiring a divorce attorney!

Therapy is worth the investment in yourself and your future. But the greater question is how can you not justify spending money on therapy if it means having a healthy, vibrant life and marriage? People spend thousands of dollars on health clubs and prescription meds for their other needs. Don’t let your emotional and mental health be less important. If you know you would be happier, more fulfilled, and more connected after therapy wouldn’t you go for it? What’s stopping you? Call us at (904) 302-5340 or schedule an appointment online.

What if I have more questions?

You can always contact our office  if you have additional questions. We are happy to help.

 

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