Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Center of the Triangle
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At the CBT Center, we provide therapy for individuals, couples, and families. Treatment begins with a thorough assessment and a collaborative discussion about your treatment plan. Your intake session will last 75 minutes, longer than a regular session. At the intake session, we will ask you lots of questions about your concerns, your background, and what you hope to accomplish in therapy. Prior to this appointment, please take a few minutes to read our informed consent document. We will discuss this at our appointment and you can ask us questions about it then. If you are not able to print this form at home, please come a few minutes early to complete them in our office.

After this initial session, we will begin regular 45-50 minute appointments. The first few sessions will be dedicated treatment planning. We will recommend individual, group, or family treatments based on what we talk about during our initial meetings.

As treatment progresses, we will continue to assess your symptoms, the changes you’re making, and your satisfaction with therapy. We see therapy as a time-limited endeavor. Our hope is that you will eventually find us unnecessary.

Fees and Insurance

The following rates are for sessions with a doctoral-level psychologist:

75-minute intake session


50-minute individual session


75-minute individual session


90-minute group session


Most of our services will be reimbursed by your insurance company. However, we are not an “in network” provider for any company. Therefore, we encourage you to contact your insurance provider prior to your first visit, so that you can understand your benefits. Helpful questions to ask are:

  • What is your reimbursement rate for out-of-network providers?
  • Is there a limit to the number of sessions that you will approve?
  • Do I have a deductible?

Fees are due at the time of service. At the end of each month, or upon request, we will provide you with the documentation that you need to submit to your insurance company.