COVID-19 UPDATES

Hello all. Your health and safety are of primary importance, both physical and emotional. Working in person with my clients will always be my preferred method. However, I want you to feel comfortable and safe when we are together, so I leave it up to you to decide whether we meet in person or online.


AT THE MOMENT, JULEE IS ONLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS WHO ARE AVAILABLE TO MEET DURING THE DAY. EVENING APPOINTMENTS (STARTING AT 5 PM OR LATER) ARE AVAILABLE TO ESTABLISHED CLIENTS ONLY. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CHECK AGAIN IN THE FUTURE.

FEES

$110/clinical hour (50 minutes in session). Due to the stresses of Covid-19, I am currently charging a reduced fee of $90/clinical hour (50 minutes in session).

$165/clinical hour-and-a-half (75 minutes in session). Due to the stresses of Covid-19, I am currently charging a reduced fee of $135/clinical hour-and-a-half (75 minutes in session).

Payment is due at time of service and is done by cash, check, or credit card.

INSURANCE COVERAGE

I am not contracted with any insurance companies, including Medicaid, because insurance does not typically cover relationship counseling. If you are looking for a therapist who will bill your insurance company for your couple’s sessions, you may be able to find one who will use a diagnosis for one partner, such as anxiety or depression, in order to be paid. I look forward to the day that the insurance industry will recognize the importance of relationships to the health of the individuals that they contract with.

Schedule Appointment

AVAILABILITY:

I see clients on Tuesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 10 am and 9 pm. When my schedule gets busy, I only accept new clients who can be seen during the day (as opposed to evening appointments).

AT THE MOMENT, JULEE IS ONLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS WHO ARE AVAILABLE TO MEET DURING THE DAY. EVENING APPOINTMENTS (STARTING AT 5 PM OR LATER) ARE AVAILABLE TO ESTABLISHED CLIENTS ONLY. IF YOU ARE A NEW CLIENT AND YOU SCHEDULE AN EVENING APPOINTMENT, WE WON’T BE ABLE TO ACCEPT THE REQUEST. HOWEVER, IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, OR WISH TO BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST, YOU CAN CONTACT TAYLOR AT ColoradoSpringsEFT@gmail.com.

HOW MUCH DOES MARRIAGE COUNSELING COST WITHOUT INSURANCE? (Taken from GoodTherapy.org)

The cost of marriage counseling, like the cost of individual therapy, varies with the clinician’s skill level, geographic location, and training. People who live in areas with high incomes or a high cost of living should expect to pay higher rates.

Couples counseling can be demanding work and requires a unique skill set. Therapists must protect both parties’ well-being, continually check their own biases, and draw upon complex research in numerous fields. For this reason, many therapists charge more for couples counseling than they do for individual therapy.

Without insurance, most couples pay between $75-$200 per hour. Some therapists offer sliding-scale fees based on income or discounts for buying multiple sessions.

Most couples see their therapist weekly, so the cost of couples therapy without insurance can quickly add up. The overall value, however, is hard to quantify. Therapy can save a marriage, preventing the exorbitant costs of a divorce. It can also save a family, protecting children from the psychological fallout that often accompanies divorce. Even if a couple decides to split, going through therapy can save money by helping them communicate more effectively, potentially making it easier to divide assets and talk about child custody.

A person’s marriage can be a source of immense joy. It can also cause intense stress. Divorce and marital difficulties consistently top lists of life’s most stressful experiences. By reducing or even eliminating relationship stress, marriage counseling can significantly improve quality of life. This can yield far-reaching benefits that extend to a person’s work, relationships with their children, health, and sense of self.