How Much Is Couples Counseling?
Counseling hourly rate starts at $100/hour. But it depends on the therapist you choose. Get started with this quick quiz to find the right solution for you HERE.
Payment plans are available through PayPal Credit.
This is one of the most asked question people have. We totally understand why you would want to know....it's important to know the cost of counseling.
Most of the time people really want to know they are getting the best care for their dollar. No one wants to pay too much or get too little. Surely you want the best help and for the best deal. That is what we offer at our Tulsa and OKC locations.
We offer the very best service, product, and outcome for your money. How do we do that? We have the highest standards for couples therapy in the state. We only use research based methods with outcome studies showing that what we are doing works.
We have a number of different payment options. We have two different paths for counseling or coaching. You can come weekly for a few months or you can get it all done in a couple of days.
The hourly rate varies based on the skill level and experience of the person you choose to see. Start with the quick quiz that will get you to the right option HERE. All the payment information is outlined and explained on the video page of the online orientation.
Don't worry it's free and will help you right away. At the end of the orientation you will be able to set your first appointment and you will likely be able to find an appointment within a few days or within a week or so. We have two locations, one in Tulsa and one in OKC.
Payment Plans Available For Those Who Want Marriage Counseling But Need Help Financially
No one wants to feel like they're over paying for anything. No one wants to feel like they've been taken advantage of or have been tricked into buying something they don't need.
Most people understand that you pay a specialist rate for a specialist and a generalist rate for a generalist. Why is that? Well because the value of what you receive is greater. It should be greater, right?
But there are times where you really need something but you just can't afford to pay out of pocket at the time you need it. We totally get that. That is why we have partnered with PayPal Credit.
PayPal Credit offers 6 month no interest financing. Now you can pay as you go with PayPal Credit or you can pay in advance for a discount.
Don't let finances keep you from getting help for your relationship! To claim this payment plan, all you have to do is:
- Complete the online orientation
- Click the schedule now button at the end of the orientation
- Choose PayPal as your payment option after you've chosen your appointment
- When you're directed to PayPal choose the PayPal Credit Option
- Complete the application and check your e-mail for the confirmation!
Would you like to learn more about PayPal Credit? Check out their FAQ page here
Recently, one of my friends deeply hurt my feelings. Instead of talking with her about it I tried to ignore how I felt. It didn’t take me long to begin seething on the inside. I struggled to think kind thoughts. I began to rewrite the long wonderful history we’ve had as friends with a negative spin.
Have you ever been there? I think we all have been offended or hurt by someone we care about at some point. It can be really hard to just let it go.
In my situation, I love my friend, and I want to keep our relationship alive and healthy. I knew that if I didn’t deal with this well our friendship could fall apart.
Here’s how I did it…
So I began to notice the ways I handled similar situations poorly in the past.
Then I began to construct a new 10 step plan that I felt would achieve the desired end result…that is what I outline here for you in this post.
Then I tested it in a few different situations.
If you find yourself hurt by others and you can’t seem to “get over” the hurt of it then read this! I outline a step by step approach to initiating a difficult conversation with almost anyone.
Understanding the Avoider’s Past So You Can Gain New Ways To Interact That Help You Break Out Of Old Ruts
We’ve talked a lot about what makes someone an avoider in previous articles on our website here and here. We also explain more about why it matters and in different contexts. But there are some other areas I want to dive deep into because they also play a huge role in your marriage.
There are several things that can make someone grow up to become an Avoider. In this post we’re focusing on the aspects of your spouse’s past that make them an avoider.
There are several things that contribute to that from their past that we’ll get to in a moment. I don’t want to ignore the things that are happening now in your relationship that might cause them to avoid, that’s the the topic of another article you can find here.
This post is written in a frank and direct tone. But I want you to know that it is because of the love I have for you and your family. Most of all, your kids, whom I know you love deeply....I know you might be thinking “wait don’t you do marriage counseling? Wouldn’t it be my marriage you’d care the most about?”
You bet I’m thinking of your marriage too. But we’re constantly thinking about future marriages. While these tips will transform your marriage in many ways...if you take this advice...it will also release something in your children that will cause generations of transformed relationships. It transcends far beyond you or me or even things we can see. You change thousands of lives by your choice to make these little changes.
I am tired of seeing my dear friends missing these incredibly important and crucial details. So I am writing this for you, the internet, as well as my dearest and most beloved friends who have to travel for a living to support their families or who are serving our great country in the military.
I hope as you read this you hear my desperation for you. If you saw a burning building and you knew someone was inside suffering wouldn’t you run in to save them? Yes you would because that’s the type of person you are. I am that person too. This post is the water meant to quench the flames you can’t see, but you can feel. Every time you want to get close but you can’t. Enough with the small talk and butterfly kisses. Let’s get on with it.
Your marriage health is incredibly important not just for your life expectancy but also for your kid’s life expectancy. Obviously we advocate for marriage counseling because that’s what we do…but we would love for you to never need us. So we put together 22 fun ways to build fun and romance into your marriage right now so hopefully you don’t need intensive marriage counseling.
You will see a bunch of links we personally picked just to make these ideas come to life for you. None of them are affiliate links. They are all just to make life a little funner (and easier for you). We hope you enjoy this one as much as we enjoyed writing it for you!
Here at Marriage Solutions we’re always on the lookout for fun local activities to do for fun date nights. Fun is crucial for a love to last. We need to laugh together and go on adventures both great and small.
You know a life full of stress without stopping for fun can cause any great couple to end up in a marriage counselor’s office.
Maybe you’ve been unhappy in your relationship for a while but your partner seems unwilling to do anything to improve the situation. It can be so hard to know what to do. You can feel so incredibly stuck.
I can be even worse if you’ve experienced a significant hurt. Maybe they don’t know know how to be there for you emotionally or physically when you need them most.
Maybe there’s been betrayal like an affair. Maybe you’ve considered looking outside the marriage for comfort. If you have then READ THIS.
But the question we get quite often in our marriage counseling private practices is, “how long should I try to work on things before it’s a hopeless case?” Other questions we get are…”am I crazy for wanting to work on things?” Or “Is my partner a Narcissist just trying to hurt me?”
In our years of experience counseling couples we’ve identified several types of people, and situations couples find themselves in, when they have to decide if they should leave their spouse or not.
Are you afraid to reveal the affair to your spouse or partner? A lot of people struggle to be completely forthright and honest about everything surrounding the transgressions. It can be incredibly scary because you don’t know how they will react.
Will they leave? Will they hurt you somehow? Will you regret it? Are you better off never revealing what happened…or are you better off sharing all the details?
In our marriage counseling and coaching practices we’ve helped thousands of individuals from all over the world come clean to their partner about the affair…in the best way possible. It’s not easy…but our methods work.
Right now, if you’re reading this, you are looking for something, anything, to heal yourself…and maybe your marriage…from broken trust. For most of you the trust was violated because of infidelity.
You’ve tried what feels like everything. Your inbox is likely flooded with tons of advice e-mails and sifting through that alone can feel like a stressful event all by itself.
But this is all you need. Right here. You don’t need to look any further. We take everything helpful that’s ever been published or thought of and we’ve condensed it to make it manageable and easy to follow.
Getting out as a couple is so important. No one understands that better than a marriage counselor. When Brad and I were pre-kids I found myself complaining about our default habit of dinner and a movie. But now that we have a toddler I am ecstatic about getting away to the typical dinner and a movie. We’re not really foodies so we find ourselves getting stuck in the same restaurant cycle. We know many of you get stuck like that too…so this list is for you and us too!
You know what they say…a couple that explores together stays together…or at least having fun together scores big points in the romance realm.
Museums can be a novel way to spend time indoors during less than ideal weather. When you see something interesting it gives you an excuse to sit really close to read the tiny placard. And if you have loud little people always around, many of the museums are incredibly quiet, which is a wonderful break from our crazy busy lives.
Some of these museums might not be inline with your interests, but that’s why it’s important to go. Doing new and different things helps a romantic connection grow. You never know what will inspire you or if you’ll learn something new about your partner. You never know what might trigger a good memory or even cause a conversation. However you feel about the museum will spark a conversation