Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if a therapist is a good fit?

What a vital question. Of all the characteristics you may happen upon in a therapist, level of comfort with a therapist is at the top of the list. Your couples counseling therapist is not there to take sides. If you both cannot reveal your authentic self, progress will be largely limited. Other things to consider are your therapist's approach to how counseling works and whether or not the counselor is licensed. Here are a few of the most resourced articles that detail factors that many include while selecting a couples counseling therapist.

How do I set up an appointment?

Great question! Just click the APPOINTMENT tab and complete the electronic form. I will be in touch with you to schedule your appointment time and provide you with the information needed for us to take our next steps together.

How long does a session last?

Time certainly is of the essence. Sessions last a minimum of 50 minutes and are available up to 110 minutes for extended couples counseling. The remaining 10 minutes of each session is used to conclude the session and address any administrative matters, such as scheduling, insurance, and/or billing.

How much does it cost?

Glad you asked! Sessions cost $150-$300 depending on your needs. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and PayPal are accepted including Health Savings Account Cards that operate as credit cards.

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Do you take insurance?

Definitely, important info here. Yes! I am an in-network provider for United Health Care, Missouri Care, and Medicaid for children aged 21 and younger. For most other insurance carriers, I am an out of network provider. For more information about reimbursement and co-pays, check out this link about investing in couples counseling.

Does Camielle Joy meet with individuals?

So glad you brought this up. Yes, I do. Be sure to mention this while setting up your first appointment or during your free consultation.