CT Family Counseling

CT Family Counseling

5.0
2 employees
10 years in business

About this pro

Helping clients make sense of the heartaches and headaches of life is my main purpose as a therapist. To do that there is a need to recognize the importance of pain in our lives as informing us of the need to change. Sometimes change is simple and behavioristic. Other times it is cognitive and requires a greater willingness to shift one's thinking in an effort to reinvent oneself.

I have been working with individuals, couples, teens and families for the past 18 years in multiple settings- agencies, schools, hospitals and private practice.

I am unique from other therapists in that I avoid using the psycho-babble that too many of us use. I willingly share my own stories, where they relate to yours to keep things real. I am creative in my thought process, active in my listening and work tirelessly to help my clients get unstuck. I also do walk and talk therapy for those that want to go outside (in any weather) and I use humor to soften difficult talking points.

You can learn more about my on my website and social media platforms:

website: www.ctfamilytherapist.com

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrYBkqFhvapoCCDOV46jguA?view_as=subscriber

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryonremo

https://www.facebook.com/ctfamilycounseling

You can go to my website and check out my reviews and click on the orange BOOK NOW button to schedule a free phone consultation.

I look forward to working with you!

 

Bryon Remo, M.Ed., LMFT

203-577-9194

 

I enjoy helping people see that counseling doesn't need to feel stressful or full of blame. It is simply an opportunity to take stock of what's working in your life and where you might be stuck. I like bringing out the best in my clients and helping them have an experience that empowers them and keeps them focused on what they are already good at.

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Southbury, CT 06488
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Generally I prefer to begin with a 15 minute phone consultation in which you are free to share whatever you are comfortable sharing and ask whatever questions you would like.

I typically tell you a bit about myself, my experience and my areas of expertise and we have a short dialogue to determine if it makes sense to schedule an appointment.

I feel it feels like we might be a good fit, you can schedule an initial intake appointment online and we can go from there. I do not pressure clients into scheduling with me as I want to respect your pace moving forward.

If you need to cancel an appointment you can go into your email and delete it- just kindly provide a 24 cancellation courtesy to avoid a fee.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Master of Education- 2000
Cambridge College, Massachusetts
Counseling Psychology
Licensure: Marital & Family Therapy (# 00109)
AAMFT Clinical Fellow
Bachelor of Science in Education- 1996                      
Psychology​​
Bridgewater State College
Bridgewater, Massachusetts

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

If you are using insurance and I am an in-network provider with your insurance company then whatever your deductible or co-pay is will apply.

Like all therapist I have an established fee which is:

$150 for an initial session (70 minutes)

$125 for additional sessions (50 minutes)

However, I am always willing to work with clients should they be experiencing financial hardship.