Here are some questions I'm often asked:

Is everything I say confidential?

As a client, you are provided the protection of confidentiality within the boundaries of the client/counselor relationship. Any disclosure will be made with your full written, informed consent and will be limited to a specific period of time. The only limitations to confidentiality occur when a counselor feels that there is clear and imminent danger to you or to others, or when legal requirements demand that confidential information be disclosed such as a court case in which the custody of a minor child is in question. Whenever possible, you will be informed before confidential information is revealed.

How much will it cost?

The cost of counseling can vary greatly depending on your geographic location throughout the US. The fee for individual counseling sessions at Relationships Incorporated is $155.00 for a fifty minute session. We explain to you, prior to beginning the counseling relationship, all financial arrangements related to our professional services. We are able to process Visa and Master Card to assist with the fee.

How often will we meet?

The frequency of our visits is best determined at the beginning of our counseling relationship. Typically, we meet on a weekly basis for the first few sessions and then move toward an every two week basis depending on the progress made toward resolution of the problems.

Will counseling help if just one of us comes or do both of us need to be there?

When we do couples counseling, both persons are encouraged to be present although this is not necessary for progress to occur in the relationship. We have found that when one person is unwilling to attend the sessions the resistance is a function of the relationship. By meeting with the person willing to come we can help reduce this resistance and the relationship is improved as a result. Sometimes, this results in both persons coming in to further address their relationship concerns.

Do you see people individually? 

We work with adults, couples, families, adolescents, and parents of children. While we do see couples and families, most of our work with these groups is on an individual basis until the emotional reactivity is reduced allowing for more communication and greater closeness in the relationship.

Are you a psychologist, counselor, or therapist? 

Dr. Semon is licensed as a Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist.

Will my insurance cover your services? 

We do not take insurance at this time. We have a straightforward "Pay As Your Go" policy per session.

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