The Couple and Family Therapy Center
Hours of Availability for Therapy:
- Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Counseling sessions are currently being conducted in-person or through teletherapy. Per Washington state’s Department of Health, masks are required for in-person sessions. Learn more about our safety measures below.
At the CFTC, we offer affordable, high-quality therapy to individuals, couples, and families.
Care at our center is based on a systemic approach that addresses the concerns people bring into therapy within the context of their relationships. We encourage people to include family members or significant others in therapy in order to gather as much information as possible about the difficulties you’re facing, and to create a supportive context for lasting change.
We offer support for people experiencing a wide range of concerns, including family challenges, parenting issues, depression, anxiety, divorce, trauma, communication problems, anger management, sex and sexuality concerns, grief and loss, religious and spiritual struggles, and couple/relationship issues.
We are also deeply concerned about the impact of COVID-19 and continued violence against people of color and work with our students to provide therapy that is inclusive of clients from all backgrounds and identities.
Our therapists use a collaborative approach to explore your concerns, notice places where you’re feeling stuck, challenge unhelpful patterns, and co-create goals for therapy. Children of any age are welcome in sessions, and our therapists often work in co-therapy teams to offer multiple perspectives for you and your loved ones.
About Our Therapists
All therapists have bachelor’s degrees and are in the final year of their graduate program in Marriage and Family Therapy. The faculty who supervise students are all Washington licensed MFT practitioners, with additional credentials as clinical supervisors.
Protecting Your Privacy
We will protect your privacy by assigning a number to you and your family for use in our files. Unless required to do so by law, we do not disclose that you are coming to the center or anything about your therapy to anyone without your prior written approval.
Fees and Scheduling Appointments
We are committed to supporting social equity through widened access to affordable therapy. Counseling sessions are currently being conducted in-person or through teletherapy to individuals, couples, and families around Washington state.
Costs of visits is determined by a sliding scale based on your household’s gross monthly income and the number of people in your household, with fees from $5 – $50 per session.
|Gross Monthly Household Income||Rate per session|
one or two in family
|Rate per session|
three or four in family
|Rate per session
five or more in family
|$1,001 to $2,000||$10||$5||$5|
|$2,001 to $3,000||$20||$10||$5|
|$3,001 to $4,000||$30||$20||$10|
|$4,001 to $5,000||$40||$30||$20|
|$5,001 and above||$50||$40||$30|
The CFTC does not accept medical coupons or other forms of insurance.
Payments are processed by credit card through our HIPPA-compliant teletherapy service.
To start the intake process, call the CFTC at 253-535-8782, Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. We will learn more about your needs and whether we can help. Afterwards, a therapist will then call you to set up your first appointment and to answer any further questions you may have. Therapists are available to meet with you in-person and potentially through telehealth during the day or evening (Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.).
While many clients and providers may choose to return to our offices, we understand that this may not be the preferred option for some during this time. Telehealth visits will still be available to clients at the provider’s discretion.
Safety Measures and Enhanced Cleaning
During a visit to our offices, we respectfully ask that you help ensure the safety of everyone by following these guidelines:
Wearing a face covering in the common areas of all our offices, regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask, we are happy to provide a disposable mask at all of our front desks for your convenience.
We are taking safety precautions to protect clients, providers, and staff, and to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
- Masks worn by all present
- Air filters in every room
- Routine and frequent cleaning of hard surfaces
- Frequent hand washing
- Available hand sanitizer