A. With your first couples counseling session with Inner Peace Counseling Center, you can expect a safe and empowering environment with a partner for your journey.
A. We still recommend that you still come alone and your partner can be introduced to your couples’ therapy as time progresses.
A. Yes, we want to accommodate your schedule as much as possible.
A. Just because you feel that your marriage is falling apart doesn’t mean its over. Having an unbiased third party can help the couple come into their best and most empowered self to make the healthiest choice on how to best move forward in the relationship.
A. With Inner Peace Counseling Center, we will work together to create a customized relationship plan that will best suite you and your spouse/partner.
A. Each couple/person is different, and their situation is unique. This determination is made with the therapist and the couple together.
A. The initial session can be 90 minutes. During this time, the therapist will assess and evaluate the couple’s situation. Couples sessions thereafter are typically 90 minutes. We like to ensure that everyone’s voice is heard. We pride ourselves in also making sure individual sessions have ample time, therefore individual sessions are typically 60 minutes.
A. During sex therapy sessions at Inner Peace Counseling Center, you are ensured a safe and comforting environment. The atmosphere is created to provide you with a sense of openness, where you can give yourself permission to talk about the things that are most important and potentially conflicting for you to discuss with others.
A. Couples therapy includes sex therapy as an intricate part of a couples’ process. Sex therapy can and will be simultaneously discussed and evaluated throughout the couple’s work together. Ultimately, we want couples and individuals to understand that sex is a quality of life issue that should never be avoided in a relationship dynamic.
I have seen individuals for sex therapy, as well. This is a session that is completely lead by an individual and their level of comfort.
A. Most people are already looking for a specific type of therapy. However, during our initial session this will be discussed further to collectively determine how to move forward.
A. Yes, we currently take Blue Cross Blue Shield and Aetna.
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A. Yes, we are happy to explore couples counseling options regardless of your relationship status.
A. Marriage therapy and couples’ counseling are both relational matters. Whether or not you are married, therapy can only enhance your relationship.
A. While we do provide pre-marital therapy, we do not counsel a couple as to whether they should be married. We do provide strategies and dimensions for the couple to have and utilize before and after marriage.