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Our PRACTICE

Pain is a part of life. Relationships are hard. Difficult events leave you wondering how you are going to make it through. Finding a therapist who gets it can be overwhelming. We know your situation is complex and explaining it to a stranger can feel scary. The therapists at the Center for Family Transformation want to link arms with you in the struggle, give support and care for your unique situation and offer hope for the future.

Our Services

Teen & Young Adult Therapy

As a parent, you love your child and feel responsible for their success in life.

Couples Therapy

Romantic relationships offer so much joy when they are going well and so much pain when they are not.

Family Therapy

Many people experience painful disconnection in their family relationships.

Trauma/Crisis Therapy

Trauma and abuse are so common in our world. Whether it happens in the home or in another setting, people are impacted in severe ways by the things they see and experience.

Addiction Therapy

Many people find themselves living a life they don’t recognize. In the past, it felt like you had control, now it feels like your desires are controlling you.

Emotional Regulation Therapy

Emotions are a part of being human. When emotions take over, they can destroy relationships and leave you feeling angry and disgusted with yourself.

Relational Skills Therapy

Relationships are the most important thing about life. When they aren’t going well, it is so painful.

Crisis Intervention and Intensive Therapy

Sometimes things are so complicated and the issues are so pressing that a one hour session once a week isn’t enough.

Group Therapy

Struggling alone is overwhelming. There are so many people in the world...so many that struggle the same way you do. You may feel alone, but really you aren’t. Research shows that group therapy can be among the most effective methods of treatment.

Community Speaking and Training / Consulting

We are available for small and large group speaking and training opportunities at schools, churches and other places of business. Contact us for your next educational event, retreat or seminar.

Putting Connection
At the Center

At the Center for Family Transformation, we focus on healing through connection so that everyone feels like they belong.

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What Professionals are Saying

“I am honored to support the Center for Family Transformation in the amazing work they do with adolescents, young adults and their families. Their stellar service and quality therapy are evidenced with the clients I refer, and they have my full endorsement as a leading center in the community. 

Tina Wehner, Executive Director
Living Well Counseling Associates

“My experience working with the Center for Family Transformation has been and continues to be very rewarding. It is refreshing to find a practice that cares as much about its clients as CFT does. The professionalism, commitment to education, caring and holistic support are unparalleled. I look forward to continued collaboration.”

Dr. Tiffany Brown-Bush MS, LPC, ND

“We highly recommend and support Center for Family Transformation. They have a passion for excellence, growth, and learning that is contagious not only with their clientele, but also with the colleagues they encounter. We look forward to continuing our working relationship.”

Kannapolis Counseling Group
(Maria Russell, LPCS – Samantha Sult, LPC –
Jodi Hinkson, LPCA – Clay Parker, LPC)

What the Community is Saying

“We support and believe in the work of the Center for Family Transformation. It is a blessing for us to refer others to, knowing that we can put our trust and confidence in like-minded individuals.”

John and Deralyn Steigerwald, Directors,
North Carolina Boys Academy (Teen Challenge Facility)

“This is not just a job for these therapists, but a personal calling to come alongside those who are struggling and give them skills and support to overcome the challenges they face. I ]wholeheartedly recommend the Center for Family Transformation to anyone who is looking for more than just a “band-aid” fix, and who really wants to come to a place of wholeness in their life.”

Erin Blackmore, Executive Director,
HopeMatch (Local Non-Profit), Wife and Mother of Two Adopted Children

“The therapists at the Center for Family Transformation have tremendous passion for helping individuals achieve and thrive at their fullest potential. They have a unique ability to meet their clients where they are and guide them through a process to get where they want to be. I highly recommend CFT to anyone looking to get more out of their life!”

Rebecca Moellendick, Active Community Member,
Professional Actress, Wife and Mother of Two

FAQs

Regarding Finances…
Our services have a broad price range to meet client needs. Our fees are related to the type of counseling service required and whether the service involves just an individual, a couple or the whole family. We want to be a resource for anyone seeking counseling. We also realize that finances can be a deciding factor as to whether or not a person will pursue counseling. When appropriate, we offer a reduced rate based on income and family size. Please inquire directly with your therapist for further details. We are also happy to provide an out of network SuperBill to your insurance provider for approved reimbursement upon request.
Regarding Insurance…
Why should I choose to pay for therapy myself?
There are both advantages and drawbacks to out-of-pocket private payment and to using insurance and Medicaid. Obviously, the biggest drawback of out-of-pocket private pay is that it is an immediate out-of-pocket expense. However, there are several advantages to paying privately that may make the expense worthwhile.

Confidentiality and Privacy
Clients who pay out of pocket are guaranteed that the only people who know the details of therapy are themselves and their therapist. Aside from normal limits to confidentiality, therapy is completely confidential, without any third party being privy to information exchanged in session.

Service Without Hindrances, Pressure or Stigma
Most insurance providers require a mental health diagnosis in order for therapy to be covered. This means that many issues (such as marital problems, life stress, or personal growth) are often not covered by insurance.

Regarding Insurance…When clients pay out-of-pocket, there is no requirement of a mental health diagnosis for treatment, which means that anyone can seek treatment without concern. Private pay also carries the additional benefit of reducing pressure to diagnose individuals who simply need help coping with some areas of life, but who do not have a specific mental health diagnosis. Finally, treatment without the necessity of a mental health diagnosis means that the stigma of some diagnoses can often be avoided. It is important to understand that once a diagnosis becomes a part of your permanent medical record, it can potentially affect the consideration of future policies, such as: life insurance, short and long term disability or educational and other future life opportunities for young adults.

Freedom in Treatment
Private pay clients have complete control of the duration and style of their treatment. Modalities that are ethically viable, but not covered by insurance are open to private pay clients. Private pay clients are able to choose the focus of their therapy, the duration of therapy, and the frequency of therapy, and even the length of individual sessions.

Treatment Efficacy
Research shows that clients who have to pay something for their treatment have more positive outcomes that those who receive free treatment. Not only do you get what you pay for, but the fact that you are paying out of pocket provides extra motivation and incentive to make the most of therapy.

Therapy, especially when you are paying out-of-pocket, is always an additional expense, in more ways than one. There are travel expenses and the time commitment that it takes to make therapy effective. However, the rewards can greatly outweigh temporary monetary costs. How much is too much to pay for peace of mind, the renewal of a relationship, or finally finding freedom in an area of life that has previously seemed unattainable? $500? $1000? $5000? Some people would pay ten times that to experience the real progress and change that can happen in therapy. What is the change you are seeking worth to you?

Regarding Insurance…If you have further questions, do not hesitate to Contact Us!

Assessments in Therapy
Therapeutic assessment is a cost effective way to begin therapy. An assessment provides information that it would take many sessions and hundreds of dollars spent to retrieve and apply to the therapeutic process. The assessment compiles your answers in such a manner that your therapist can utilize the information for immediate impact on your therapeutic journey. Assessments Offered:

  • Prepare-Enrich Marriage Assessment
  • Symbis Marriage Assessment
  • Gottman Relationship Inventory
  • SDI-Sexual Dependency Inventory
  • PTSI-Post-Traumatic Stress Inventory
  • PTSI-R
  • MAWASI-Money and Work Adaptive Styles Index
  • PSS-Partner Sexuality Survey
  • SAST-Sexual Addiction Screening Test
  • IPAST
  • Sexual Anorexia Inventory
  • Spiritual Gifts Inventory
  • Sexual Addiction Risk Assessment (SARA)
  • Internet Sex Screening Test (ISST)
  • The “Betrayal Bond” Index Test (BBI)
  • Dissociative Experience Scale (DES)
  • Experiences in Close Relationships Scale (ECR)
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