couples counseling FAQ
WHAT IF I WANT COUNSELING BUT MY PARTNER DOESN'T?
Sometimes only one member of the couple wants to go to therapy. This does not necessarily mean that the other partner doesn't want to work on the relationship. Oftentimes, people fear they will be held responsible for all the problems in the relationship. Analisa seeks to hear the voice of both partners in the relationship. If your partner is not sure they even want to go to couples therapy, we can have a conversation about this and figure out next steps. If your partner chooses not to come to therapy, you can choose to receive individual counseling to work on yourself and what you bring to the relationship.
WHAT IF WE HAVE ALREADY DECIDED TO BREAK UP OR DIVORCE?
Deciding to pursue couples counseling does not mean you are committing to stay together forever. Analisa can help you navigate a break up, separation, or divorce in the healthiest way possible. Think of it as an investment in your future relationships: you will always bring yourself to relationships and with help from Liminal Space Counseling you can bring your best self forward to new relationships.
Can I use insurance for couples counseling?
Generally, couples counseling is not covered by insurance. However, we can often work with one member of the couple's insurance, and bill one person as the "identified patient."