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Couples Therapy

Get better, together! In couples therapy, the couple is the patient. The goal is to understand what each person brings to the table (strengths and weaknesses) and help both people get better at communicating and solving problems together.
David Sims
David Sims
2023-10-11
I received an affordable, thorough psychological assessment by Dr. Bloom. He was very helpful, knowledgeable and insightful. I very much appreciate the service he offers because full neuropsychological testing is expensive and nearly unobtainable for people with certain types of insurance. I paid out of pocket and it was worth every cent.
Curtis Jemison
Curtis Jemison
2023-08-19
It's not normal for me to write reviews. The service that I received from the staff at Start my wellness, was absolutely amazing! The response and help from Rayven at the front desk was extremely helpful. She was able to walk through the process without making me feel rushed or pressured. She was knowledgable of the everything I need to be seen in a timely and professional manner. The treatment team was caring and warm. I didn't feel like "Just another patient", or embarrassed about my conditions. Thank you all for helping me.
Sabreen Nafsu
Sabreen Nafsu
2023-07-30
I love talking with Laila. I feel really comfortable and she seems genuinely kind. I look forward to my appointments with my psychiatrist now thanks to her, which is something I never thought I would say.
Chelsey Steele
Chelsey Steele
2023-07-12
I love this place. I look forward to coming here! Everyone is helpful around the office and my particular person help me stay sane every week!
Irene Roberts
Irene Roberts
2023-07-11
Wonderful practice. Provide primarily virtual sessions which is preferred for me. Dr. Marashi is very knowledgable and helped me finally for the first time in my adult life nail down a combination of medications to help manage my PMDD and ADHD struggles. I could not have achieved everything I have in the past year without her support and knowledge. I recommend to everyone that struggles with their mental health.
Pearl Fonbuena
Pearl Fonbuena
2023-07-11
They understand and listen. Couldn’t ask for a better place to go to!
Sean Gossard
Sean Gossard
2023-07-11
Lauren Anderson is the best!
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Improve Communication Skills

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Increase Respect & Understanding of Each Other

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Strengthen Connections, Including Intimacy

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Learn Effective Problem-Solving & Conflict Resolution Skills

During therapy, both individuals in the couple work with a therapist to uncover the underlying issues that are causing disharmony in the relationship like feelings of self-doubt, fears of failure, fears of fully utilizing one’s potential, and long-standing self-criticism. These underlying issues can manifest as and/or be related to:

Typically, the first several sessions are used by the therapist to obtain information and better understand what is causing issues within the couple’s relationship. The therapist’s job is to use their training to help the couple make sense of these difficulties and create a clear-enough plan for how to resolve those symptoms. This can take several sessions, however, the couple should start to feel gradually understood by the therapist and should have some sense of what the therapy can accomplish.

We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Priority Health and private pay clients. Self-pay sessions are $150 per session, depending on the therapist. Please call our office with any questions at 248-514-4955.

Make an Appointment

To get started with Start My Wellness, schedule an appointment online or call 248-514-4955. During the scheduling process, we will ask questions to match you with the therapist who will best meet your needs including service type, emotional symptoms and availability.

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Couples Therapy FAQs

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How much does therapy cost?

Costs depend on many factors, including your insurance and financial situation. Mental health providers accept several major insurance plans and are in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Priority Health and Aetna. In addition, service fees are eligible for reimbursement by most Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs), Health Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs). Questions? Visit our How Much Does Therapy Cost? page for complete details.

How do I select the right therapist for me?

Need help choosing a therapist? Read our unique How to Find a Therapist guide, search our list of experienced therapists or call (248) 707-5523 and our helpful staff can assist you with selecting the right therapist for your unique needs and schedule.

How do I get started with therapy?

We know that the process of seeking help is daunting. We are here to make it easy. Call (248) 707-5523 and we can help answer your questions and match you with a therapist that's right for you. If you've already selected a therapist via our therapist search tool, great! Simply schedule an appointment online to get started.

How can therapy help?

Almost anyone can benefit from therapy. It is a supportive process for personal growth and empowerment. Many scientific studies show that therapy is a helpful way to learn more about yourself, improve your range of coping skills, and develop new approaches to deal with life’s stressors more effectively.

Let us help you achieve the quality of life you want. Read our How to Find a Therapist guide, search our list of experienced therapists or call (248) 707-5523 to get started today!

How often do I need to come in?

Therapy is kind of like fitness – the more you put into it the more you benefit. Our clients tell us that at least one session per week is most helpful to them. Of course, coming more or less often is also an option. Questions? Contact Us >