An Investment in You and Your Relationships

There are few things in life as important as the health and well-being of you and your relationship.

We Invest Time and Money in All
Sorts of Things

Homes, cars, professional development, kids, pets, hobbies, experiences, and more. For example, the average U.S. household spending on Dining Out ($2,375), Owning and Operating a Vehicle ($6,091), and Entertainment ($2,912) are significant. When we are personally stuck in a rut or when our relationship needs repair…..it’s also important to seek professional, expert assistance.1

Decades of Relationship Research Makes it Clear

The quality and stability of our intimate relationships have the most significant impact on our life happiness and personal well-being.2  They also impact our health, our work productivity, and our financial health.

We Are Here to Help

But, you already know this; you don’t need the research to tell you what you know to be true in your own life. That is why you are here. You know that personal and relationship challenges impact all aspects of your life. You are thinking of doing something about it because you are tired of life as it currently is and have hope that life can become something better. We are here to help. All of us need someone to walk alongside us from time to time. Reaching out takes courage. We want to honor that courage and help you reach your goals.

There are few things in life as important as the health and well-being of you and your relationship.

Join our Relationship Investment Program and SAVE!

$195


3-MONTH
ENROLLMENT FEE

$325


6-MONTH
ENROLLMENT FEE

$545


12-MONTH
ENROLLMENT FEE

Investing in Yourself and Your Relationship is One of the Most Important Things You Can Do

Investing in yourself can create positive changes in many areas of your life! To financially assist you in your personal and relationship goals, we offer a multi-option Relationship Investment Program that helps you save money on counseling.

Here’s how it works

Choose either our 3-month, 6-month, or 12-month option (for a small membership fee), and you receive
  • $35 off of ALL of your 50-minute sessions during that 3-, 6-, or 12-month membership period.
  • $50 off ALL of your 80-minute sessions during that 3-, 6-, or 12-month membership period.
By joining the Relationship Investment Program, you start saving money on the cost of counseling after only 6, 9, or 16 50-minute sessions, depending on the length of the investment program you choose. Overall, this will result in significant savings for you! On average, clients find that they reach their goals in 8-20 sessions.

Counseling Pricing Breakdown

Christina Wilson, MS;

Addie Cutler, MS;

Eileen Kerrigan, MS;

Jen Regier, MS;

Kelsey Ellis, MS:

50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $90 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $125 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $145 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $195 regular rate

Megan Dippold, MS;

Randi Lechtenberger-Mitchell, MS;

Dr. Brady Eisert:

50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $115 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $150 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $185 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $235 regular rate

Dr. Jared Anderson;

Dr. Michelle Washburn-Busk;

Paul Busk, MS;

Dr. Aimee Hubbard:

50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $140 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $175 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $230 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $280 regular rate
50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $90 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $125 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $145 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $195 regular rate
50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $115 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $150 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $185 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $235 regular rate

50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $140 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $175 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $230 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $280 regular rate
Sally Hodges, MS;
Cynthia Wright, MS;
Kamille Greene, MS;
Christina Wilson, MS;
Megan Hiser, MS
50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $90 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $125 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $145 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $195 regular rate
Dr. Jared Anderson;
Dr. Michelle Washburn-Busk;
Paul Busk, MS;
50-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $115 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $150 regular rate
80-MINUTE SESSIONS
  • $185 with Relationship Investment Program discount
  • $235 regular rate

No Show/Cancellation Within 24-Hours of Appointment Will Incur the Full Session Fee

Schedule a Consultation

Finances should only be one factor in finding the right counselor with the right expertise to help you reach your goals.

Give us a call 816-537-1350 or fill out our contact form here, to set up a 15-minute consultation with us to see if we are the right therapists for you.

Payment Methods Accepted

We accept cash, check, and all major credit and debit cards, Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flex Spending Accounts.

Why We Don’t Take Insurance

To Maximize Your
Treatment Privacy!

Insurance companies require we disclose sensitive information about you and your health (and specific mental health diagnoses) that then becomes part of your permanent medical record. By not taking insurance, your personal information, diagnoses (if applicable), and therapy history remains under your control—and only between you and your therapist!


To Allow You to Have Greater Control Over Your Treatment!

Insurance companies decide treatment. They determine the number of sessions you should have and how often you should have them. We believe you and your therapist should choose the course of your treatment.


So A Diagnosis is Not Required
to Work with You!

Insurance companies do not see marriage and couples counseling as medically necessary; they often will not pay for these services. All of us could use a little help and support at times, so whether you are coming in as a couple or an individual and do not meet the criteria for a mental health diagnosis, we believe it is vital for all of us to have access to counseling.

References:

[1] https://www.bls.gov/news.release/cesan.nr0.htm

[2] Cohen (2004); Kiecolt-Glaser & Wilson (2017); Umberson& Montez, (2010)

No Surprises Act

Under Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, health care providers and health care facilities are required to inform individuals who are not enrolled in a plan or coverage or a Federal health care program, or not seeking to file a claim with their plan or coverage both orally and in writing of their ability, upon request or at the time of scheduling health care items and services, to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” of expected charges.

Individuals who are not enrolled in a plan or coverage or a Federal health care program (uninsured individuals), or individuals who are enrolled but not seeking to file a claim with their plan or coverage (self-pay individuals) have a right to a “Good Faith Estimate” to help them estimate the expected charges they may be billed for receiving certain health care items and services. For questions or more information please visit, https://www.cms.gov/nosurprises or https://insurance.mo.gov/consumers/health/no-surprises-act.php