working with us
What are our options for working together?
You may decide to work as a couple, individually, or concurrently as a couple and individually. You may decide to work with Rosann, Bob, or Rosann and Bob together.
Another option is to meet regularly with two other couples in a small group setting. Groups are co-led by Rosann and Bob, and typically meet for 2 hours once every 2 weeks.
We can talk about options for working together in our first meeting. We can adjust the way we work together as our work progresses.
Where? How Often? How Long?
We typically meet at our office on Main Street in Louisville, Colorado.
Many couples decide to meet for 90 minutes once per week, individuals for 60 minutes once per week. We're open to other possibilities.
It's impossible to predict how long we might continue to meet. We can continue to meet as long as you feel that you are getting value from the sessions. A reasonable expectation would be from several months to a year.
Our base rate is $120 for individual sessions (typically 60-90 minutes in length), and $180 for couples sessions (typically 90-120 minutes in length). Small group rates vary depending on the group, and are typically lower than individual or couple rates.
Our rate is negotiable in some cases, we can talk about that at our initial meeting.
We accept cash, check, and credit card payment in the office, or you can pay with a credit card online using our Square online market page.
What sorts of issues or goals can we work on?
Every relationship is unique. We'll focus on your issues and goals. We don't assume that we know what you will bring into the consulting room. That being said, here are some examples of relationship issues we've seen in the past.
What will our work together look like?
Typically you and your partner will meet with one of us. We'll probably initially ask you to sit facing each other. We'll address specific issues and, at the same time, pay attention to what's happening in the moment as we work together.
As our work unfolds, we will probably occasionally shift focus from the relationship to your individual experience in the relationship. Our work is likely to deepen as we get to know and trust each other. Sometimes it makes sense to supplement couples work with individual sessions.
What is our approach?
Our approach is based on Existential Psychotherapy, integrated with other theoretical influences. If you'd like, you can read more about our theoretical orientation. If you have any questions about our approach, or approaches to relationship, couples, or marriage counseling in general, please contact us.