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How much does men's counseling cost is the most frequent question we get asked. At Guy Stuff Counseling, our men's counseling costs $195 for a 45 minute meeting, and $390 for a 90 minute meeting ('2 Meetings in 1'). We offer the choice of a standard counseling session length of 45 minutes, or for those looking for quicker results, the option of doing '2 Meetings in 1' with a 90 minute session. Either option is available in-person, by phone or online and the cost is the same.

How much does counseling cost can depend on a number of different factors:

  1. The experience, expertise and specializations of the therapist
  2. Whether you're meeting for individual, couple or family counseling
  3. The specific type of counseling therapy used by the therapist.
  4. The method by which you receive your counseling (in-person, by phone, or online).

When you ask how much does counseling cost, keep in mind that counseling costs can vary a lot. A lot of counselors charge more for services for couples and families. Others charge more for certain types of counseling services, like divorce counseling or anger management classes.

At Guy Stuff we believe counseling costs should be clear, simple, and straightforward. So at Guy Stuff our men's counseling costs the same whether you come alone for counseling or with a partner for couples counseling.

You might also look at what benefits you have available through your insurance plan. Guy Stuff does not bill insurance or accept insurance as payment. However, clients can often be reimbursed by their insurance carrier for the services they receive at Guy Stuff.

As you consider how much does men's counseling cost, remember that Guy Stuff offers a very unique and specialized expertise in counseling designed for men, and because of our approach we get great results. In counseling as in life, the saying is true – you get what you pay for.

You can find out more about Guy Stuff's counseling costs and what you'll get on our Counseling Fees page. You might also want to check out our Counseling Men Blog for a library of great posts on many of the issues men face.

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