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04/23/2013
By: tashasmama
Matthew Bruhin & Associates
I am surprised at the review posted below saying that Matt does not care, I am one of the clients he saw a few times for a reduced fee because he knew I was experiencing a difficult time in between jobs with a newborn and wanted to help me. All of the other therapists I reached out to before him told me to go fly a kite so it's kind of odd that someone would expect a therapist to just work for free. Besides that, I just wanted to say Matt has helped me immensely in all areas of my life. Getting back to work, repairing my marriage and becoming a better mother to my daughter. For anyone going through overwhelming life changes Matt is great because he really helps you sort it all out, issue by issue without making you feel like your life is a total mess... So thankful for finding him!
04/30/2013
By: andyfmann
Matthew Bruhin & Associates
I found Matt several years ago off Google when searching for an addiction therapist in San Diego. I was really nervous about the entire thing but my parents pretty much gave me no choice, they were kicking me out unless I got help. I am not sure how other therapists work because this is the only one I have seen but he really made the process positive and overall a good experience. I was also nervous about seeing a male therapist but again Matt was great to work with. He always made me feel like he was an older brother sort of figure, never judgmental or too invasive. I still see him from time to time as it's always good to check in. Would score him 10 stars but it stopped me at 5.
04/23/2013
By: mariannekim
Matthew Bruhin & Associates
Therapy was a last resort for me so when choosing a therapist I needed someone who could actually convince me they can help me with the issues I am experiencing. I can honestly say I previously have been unable to connect with any other therapist besides Matt, he seems to truly understand the issues I have and offers continuous solutions that actually help me. I have sent two other of my girl friends to him, both love him just the same! 5 stars from me :)
10/03/2012
By: funinsun75
Matthew Bruhin & Associates
I came to see Dr. Bruhin for some issues I was having in my life. I used my work HR program and they told he was the highest rated therapist they hadin San Diego. He was totally down to earth and understood my situation. He really helped me out and through a difficult time I was going through. He is the best!
09/20/2012
By: scottish
Angel Levy Penny Mft
I had given up on being able to spend quality time with the children. I was feeling beat up by the system. Then the Judge and the attorneys suggested we go see Penny. It made a big diference because now we are getting along and the best part is the kids get to be with both of us. Thanks to Penny.
05/17/2012
By: rosaleen
Angel Levy Penny Mft
I was fed up. Both me and my ex spent way too much money in Court and we were still fighting about the kids. Then the Judge sent us to Ms. Levy. She helped us learn how to talk and to work things out instead of fighting at each other. And she always helped us think first about the kids.
05/29/2014
By: James C.
Angel Levy Penny Mft
after a long (and $$$$) evaluation with a Dr., we were sent to Ms. Penny Angel-Levy to work out some details. Lots of details. The evaluation never really helped us. But Ms. Angel-Levy did. She helped us get to be able to talk and work together. I can't tell you how different it is now.
05/15/2013
By: bb4153
Daystar Family Counseling
Pleasure working with this company!!
Tips & Advices
During the first session, the participants might talk about the issues and goals of their relationship, as well as what to expect. Subsequent sessions might involve learning tools to communicate better.
The average cost of a session with a counselor in 2017 is around at $90 an hour. The cost ranges from $60- $130 an hour. Some counselors offer package deals and might take insurance.
The length of relationship counseling varies depending on the therapist’s technique, and the couple’s goals and needs. But some couples may see improvement after a few sessions.
The 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act requires coverage of counseling services to be equal to physical health coverage. Check with your employers’ plan benefits or as your HR representative or insurance company directly.
Pre-divorce counseling is required in some states, while others have bills pending making it a requirement of divorce proceedings.

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