Couples / Marriage Counseling and Individual Therapy
Therapy Options and Techniques
Mark Felber, a clinical member of the American Counseling Association, and the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama, brings to his role of psychotherapist, a toolbox of therapeutic techniques, a solid academic background and a genuine commitment to help his clients heal. His goal is to give them tools and skills they can use to live happier, more satisfying lives.
Rather than having simply one or two therapeutic models to use when working with clients, Mr. Felber has studied a variety of models that can be used to help clients understand their issues, develop new strategies and move further along the path to healing and growth.
Mr. Felber is trained to work with couples facing all types of situations, from those whose relationship has simply hit a rough spot and needs a little help to restore the intimacy of the past to those whose marriage is falling apart or seems beyond repair. Using Imago Therapy, he helps couples recognize childhood wounds that affect their relationship, learn ways to really hear each other, and practice exercises that can revive a dying marriage and restore it into the vibrant, nurturing relationship it started out as. Couples also learn how to heal childhood wounds and reconnect with lost parts of themselves. Using solid skills, couples can create the relationship of their dreams and enjoy their life together.
More than merely a good listener or a sympathetic ear, Mr. Felber uses concrete tools and exercises that allow his clients to really make changes in their lives. As a therapist he is there all along the way to provide guidance, encouragement and support. But it is the client who is empowered to change how they see the world and go about the daily task of living.
It is Mr. Felber's goal to point his clients in the right direction, utilizing his natural empathy for others, while using therapeutic tools that light the way so that every individual can discover the person he or she was meant to be.
Learn more about the therapeutic tools used in individual and couples therapy:
Healing Sex Addiction
Benefits of Psychodrama
Using psychodrama with addicts and ACoAs
What is EMDR trauma-resolution therapy?
What is voice dialogue?
Healing the heart of grief
What is experiential therapy?
Using experiential therapy
What is solution-focused therapy?
What is dialectical behavior therapy?
What is sensorimotor therapy?
How much will therapy cost?
Therapy sessions last 50 minutes and cost $150. I currently accept only Blue Cross Blue Shield and Out of Network insurance plans. I also accept cash, checks, or credit cards.
I believe therapy should be accessible and I am sensitive to the effect the downturn in the economy has had on many people. I reserve a certain number of time slots for clients who cannot afford my full fee. In these cases, fees are set on a sliding scale. Feel free to contact me to see if I have sliding-scale sessions available.
Contact me for more information on hours, rates or to schedule your free consultation.
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