Counseling Facts

Did you know you can interview a counselor before you start using them? Call and chat with a counselor to see if they are the right one for you.

Most insurance companies will pay for your counseling appointment with you paying the same co-pay you pay to see your medical doctor.

The number of counseling sessions can vary greatly. You may want to just have a few sessions to work on one specific timely problem or you may be in counseling a while to deal with deeper issues.

There is individual counseling, couple counseling, and family counseling.  Which do you want? Find out if your counselor has experience with couple or family counseling (they all have experience with individual counseling).

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ACA in the News: Family Counselors

by Amber McLaughlin | Feb 05, 2014
Localjobnetwork.com recently interviewed American Counseling Association member, Dr. Barry Ginsberg for a segment called, “I Want to Be a – Family Counselor.”
Dr. Ginsberg is the Director of the Center of Relationship Enhancement and Ginsberg Associates, a child and family clinical practice. He brings more than 40 years of experience to talk with host Tim Muma about the key elements to success in family counseling, as well as the important characteristics involved with family counseling. Listen