Thank you so much for your interest in working with The Northampton Center for Couples Therapy.

We recommend scheduling a complimentary phone consultation (link below) to get things started. However, before making your first appointment, there are a few things we’d like you to know so you can be as informed as possible:

  • If you are looking to end a relationship crisis — and move out of we’re stuck (whether you stay or go), register for Kerry’s free upcoming workshop, Is My Marriage Worth Saving?
  • Are you seeking a supplement (or) alternative to therapy? NCCT Founder Kerry Lusignan will offer her signature class, Crisis to Connected, this April. C2C is the most comprehensive program for overcoming relationship crises, transcending stuck patterns, and rebuilding trust. To learn more, click here.
  • Weekly Therapy: Currently, there is a high demand for expert couples therapists, so sometimes, we have just a handful of openings. That said, we will do our best to get you in, and the place to start is by scheduling your initial phone consultation.
  • Private Retreats are ideal if you want to dive deep and get further faster. You can check out the links below to access tons of information about our specialized retreats or schedule your initial phone consultation by selecting “Private Intensive Retreat.”

Please note: We are only in-network with MassHealth’s MBHP plan. If you have a MassHealth plan and are unsure if MBHP (Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership) is part of your plan, we recommend calling your insurance provider to confirm. If you do not have MBHP through MassHealth, many couples successfully submit for out-of-network coverage with their insurance company.

And because there is no such thing as too much information, here are some links to get all your questions answered and offer you support asap:

What to Do While You Wait for a Couples Therapist?
FAQ for Weekly Therapy Clients
Insurance Information for Weekly Therapy Clients

What is a private couples retreat?
What is the cost of a private couples intensive retreat (and other FAQS)?

Do you work with couples on the brink of divorce?
Can we work with NCCT even if my partner is reluctant?
What Can I Do Instead of Couples Therapy?


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