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Next Chapter Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy works with mild to moderate concerns. Some examples could be:
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Are you and your partner having trouble communicating? At Next Chapter Individual, Couple, & Family Therapy in Los Angeles, CA, provides couples therapy services to help strengthen relationships. Our licensed marriage and family therapist provides a safe space for clients to express their concerns while receiving guidance on how to navigate them.
Couples Therapy Session
Despite popular belief, couples therapy is not a last resort, but a great step in strengthening your bond. When you and your partner(s) learn the proper tools in communication and conflict resolution, you can work together even better than before.
Next Chapter Individual, Couple & Family Therapy strives for each couple to have greater empathy and insight into one another’s perspectives so they can arrive at compromises more easily. The goal is to provide a supportive structure through counseling techniques. With open-minded learning, clients will be able to leave feeling empowered with the skills needed to navigate any potential conflicts or disagreements in healthier ways going forward in their relationship.
If you and your partner(s) are ready to build a strong foundation for your future, visit our contact page to learn more. Unsure how to find a therapist that will work for you? You can also visit our Q&A page for more answers.
Free 15 min initial consultation.
$200 per 50min session.
Out of network provider. A super bill can be given to submit to your insurance.
Cash, check, and any major credit cards are accepted.
If a client(s) no shows for their apt. or late cancels (less than 24 hrs) will be responsible for the full session fee and will not be able to be submitted to insurance.
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost
Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.