Couples, Marriage, and Family Therapy
Payment is due at the time of service. We accept cash, check, and credit cards for payment. There is a $3.50 convenience fee applied to credit card charges.
We offer free, 15-minute consultations to meet us and learn more about how we’ll work with you. Check us out to see if you want to work with us. Learn more below.
No, we now offer teletherapy (therapy via internet) and our new S.O.S. for Superwomen e-course with a coaching option.
Note: Some insurances will pay for teletherapy services! Call for more details 267-908-6363 ext. 1
We are in-network with Aetna, Cigna, Highmark, Independence Blue Cross, and Tricare insurance companies. To see if we accept your insurance plan please complete our Client Registration form. We then contact your insurance company within 2 business days to get your co-pay.
We are out-of-network with many insurance companies. If you have out-of-network benefits you can submit your receipts to your insurance company for reimbursement. For out-of-network services we accept cash, check, or credit card payment for each session.
We accept cash, check, or credit card.
We do not have a sliding scale.
Therapy involves talking through situation and issues that you want to change. It also involves doing things differently so you can make changes in your life and your relationships.
Successful therapy begins with developing a trusting relationship between you and your therapist. As simple as it sounds liking your therapist is a key part of successful therapy.
If you like and trust your therapist then you will be willing to listen and try the recommendations they give you. Think about it, if you don’t like someone you don’t listen to them. That’s why we offer a free, 15-minute consultation where you get to meet one of us and decide if you want to work together.
It depends on what’s bringing you to therapy. But many people report feeling relief and more happiness in their lives or relationships after 10 – 12 sessions.
The Ladipo Group understands the influence of culture on people’s everyday lives. The impact of how society responds to us directly impacts how we respond to society and to ourselves. This understanding is crucial for therapy, as culture, race, gender, class, and sexuality cannot be separated from who we are. Sometimes these issues readily identify themselves in therapy. Other times they are brimming just below the surface. Rather than ignoring what’s there, we talk about the ways that these aspects of ourselves impact us.
We view therapy as a collaborative process where together we learn to understand you and the situation bringing you to therapy. We use a variety of therapeutic models and intervention such as:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Family Systems Modalities
- Trauma-Focused interventions
- Couples & Marital Modalities
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Relational Therapy
In the Black communities there’s a stigma against therapy. But more of us are seeing the benefits of taking care of our minds and hearts just as we would our bodies. If you want to change what’s not working in your life and you want less stress and more satisfaction and happiness in your life then therapy is for you!
No! We all need help from time to time. If your arm was broken you would go to the doctor. If your teeth were hurting you would go to the dentist. If your heart hurts or life is stressful then you go to therapy.
No we work with everyone and we LOVE referrals!