Finding a therapist may often be a daunting task. We make the process simple for you and your loved ones from the moment you reach out to us. Consider reading our most frequently asked questions below.

Do you accept my health insurance?

We currently accept some health insurance plans. For more information on whether we accept your specific health insurance plan, please give us a call so we can review your benefits. For health insurance plans we are not in-network with, Family First clinicians are happy to work with you to provide itemized receipts for your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement depending on your insurance plan’s mental health benefits.

What is the cost of your services?

Family, couples, or individual therapy services cost $140 per session with a licensed clinician and $90 per session with an associate clinician. We also offer a sliding scale. Give us a call to find out if you qualify for our reduced rates.

Why Family First?

Family First therapists are either New York State Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists or related Allied Health Professionals who have a deep understanding and extensive clinical experience working with families, couples and individuals.

How long will my therapy last?

We understand and respect that each family, couple and individual brings a unique life story to therapy. Therefore, it would be inappropriate to generalize and predict a time frame for psychotherapy without a comprehensive assessment.

What if Family First is not in-network with my health insurance?

If your plan is not in-network with us, we are happy to provide itemized receipts for your insurance company for reimbursement depending on your insurance plan’s out-of-network therapy benefits and your clinician’s credentials.
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Session Payment for Individual, Relationship, Family Therapy:

Payment is due at the time of services. Cash, check, major credit cards accepted. Family First requires 24-hour notice cancellation to avoid a full-fee charge for a missed session, barring any emergencies.