GET HELP NOW
Getting started with your affair recovery can feel daunting but we invite you to take these 3 simple steps:
Fill out our Contact Form (go to the bottom of any page).
Expect a call or email within 24 hours to connect you with the therapist that we have matched you with.
We invite you to a complimentary 15 minutes consultation with your therapist. We recommend to have both partners on the consult call but understand that sometimes that is not possible. The goal of the consult is to understand your needs and confirm the fit.
If all goes well, you will set up your first appointment and get started on your journey together.
If the fit doesn't feel right, we'd like to fix it. Just start back on step #1.
Our fees vary by therapist and range from $140 to $300 per session (50 minute sessions).
FREQUENCY OF SESSIONS
WEEKLY, THEN EVERY-OTHER-WEEK: The majority of couples are in therapy weekly for 3 months and then switch to every-other-week, ending regularly scheduled therapy usually after 6 months total.
TUNE-UPS: After ending regular therapy, couples often come in for a tune-up sessions when they feel like they need it for the first two years after the affair, typically once per quarter.
It varies a great deal, but most usually end up spending from $3,000 to $8,000 on affair recovery depending on how much help is needed.
Given that the average cost of a wedding in 2020 was $19,000, spending half that to rebuild your marriage and restore your family may feel extremely worthwhile.
We are "out-of-network" providers. For those who reside in California, we are glad to provide an insurance "superbill" for you to submit to your insurance company.
Clients outside of California receive coaching which is typically paid out-of-pocket.
For more on insurance, click here or see the bonus content at the end of the Roadmap.
All therapists are well-trained in affair recovery and have attained either a Master's or Doctoral degree in Psychology. "Associate" therapists are under the supervision of more senior therapists.
Our team operates with the oversight of Dr. Harry Motro, the clinical director of the Affair Recovery Therapy Center.