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The following is a detailed list of expected charges for the Service or Item listed above.
$150 for Individual 50-minute Therapy Session;
$200 for Couple’s 75-minute Therapy Session;
$250 for Family 100-minute Therapy Session.
Dr. Carolyn Becker PhD, LMFT
Address where service will be provided:
C Becker Therapy PLLC Mental Health – Psychotherapist
4700 Keller Hicks Rd Fort Worth, Texas 76244
Office Phone (817) 349-3898 NPI 1134584501 EIN 85-3472083
DETAILS of SERVICES Individual counseling sessions are structured for personal reflection in a safe environment to examine hard subjects interfering with your life. Individual counseling works to create clarity and empower personal knowledge to address immediate concerns and goals. Marriage or couples counseling address the relationship and improve communication to find solutions. Our conversation will focus on strengthening self-empowerment and encourage the recognition of each partner’s personal responsibility. We will identify coping strategies and co-construct the tools necessary to heal the pain and stress associated with your personal life transitions. Family counseling provides a safe space for each member to find their voice and feel heard. This modality includes the attendance of the entire family to establish meaningful solutions. Family members may invite remote parents, ex-spouses, extended family, friends, teachers, neighbors, or others identified as contributing to the family dynamics.
Number of sessions estimated: 13 – Scheduled once per week for 90 days. Expected Cost per session: Total Estimated Cost for All Services:
Individual Session $150 x 13 = $1,950
Couple’s Session $200 x 13 = $2,600
Family Session $250 x 13 = $3,250:
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