NDC3=Neuro-Divergent Couples Communication Course
Dr. Marsh specializes in couples counseling when one or both partners are neuro-divergent, with a diagnosis of autism, Asperger's, ADHD, or when one of these is suspected. A formal diagnosis is not necessary. She has completed Level One of the Gottman Method Couples Therapy and uses Gottman interventions and activities in her sessions. This is a five-session course that addresses issues which all couples frequently face, and specific tools for neuro-divergent couples to address social communication challenges. A Couples Relationship Assessment is conducted online before the first session and the strengths and needs identified will guide the work done during and between sessions. All sessions are conducted online through Dr. Marsh's Client Portal, which is HIPAA-compliant and provides full confidentiality. Clients will need a cellphone, tablet, or computer which has internet capability, camera and microphone, which most devices already have.
PSND = Problem Solving for Neuro-Differences
People with autism, ADHD, or other neurological differences often share unique challenges. Dr. Marsh provides short-term telehealth counseling, typically 4 to 8 sessions, to deal with a single problem or issue. She builds on the individual's strengths to address their needs, and teaches evidence-based strategies to support positive behavior change. Sessions are conducted online through Dr. Marsh's Client Portal, which is HIPAA-compliant and provides full confidentiality. Clients will need a cellphone, tablet, or computer which has internet capability, camera and microphone, which most devices already have.
$200.00 per full session (50 - 60 minutes) (NDC3 is five full sessions, total $1000.00)
$100.00 per half-session (30 minutes) (PSND sessions may be full or half sessions.)
Payment is in advance online through the Client Portal. Fees typically increase annually with changes posted in January, and clients are notified prior to the increase. Due to challenges related to COVID-19, the 2020 fees will remain in place throughout 2021 at least and possibly longer, to be determined.