Individual, Couple, Adolescent, Family & Military Counseling:

Individual Counseling is the most common form of therapy and usually involves the client and the counselor alone in a room. The counselor will use a combination of talk therapy and other approaches to process through the situation.

Couples Counseling involves two individuals and the counselor. The couple is involved in a romantic relationship and experiencing some life situations that is leading to a disconnect in the relationship. Couples counseling can be especially beneficial for couples facing infidelity issues, lack of trust and consistent  fighting. The couple does not have to be married to attend couples counseling.

Adolescent Counseling can occur with the adolescent alone or with the adolescent and family members. Adolescents are seen for a wide variety of issues but often present with feeling of depression, poor self-esteem, disruptive school conduct, fighting with parents, sexually acting out, drug use, and anger management.

Family Counseling involves two family members or more and the counselor. The family members can consist of any combination of individuals. For example a mother and daughter may attend sessions together or a brother and sister may attend sessions together. Families present for issues such as grief and loss, blended family adjustment and sibling conflict.

Military Counseling RCS provides free counseling to military members and their dependents through Military One Source. Members are seen for a variety of issues and services are confidential. Many military families seek counseling for relationship conflict, infidelity, depression, parent child conflict and anxiety. Give our office a call to schedule your first appointment.

Adolescent Counseling Specialty Areas

  • Brief ADHD screening
  • Grief/Loss Counseling
  •  Disruptive School Behavior
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Self-Esteem Building
  • Oppositional Defiant Behavior

Adult Counseling Specialty Areas

  • Couples-infidelity, conflict resolution, trust
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Stress Management
  • Grief/Loss Counseling
  • Self-Esteem Building
  • Christian Counseling
  • Anger Management
  • Body Image related to hair loss

Workshops/Groups for Individuals and Small Companies

RCS periodically provides workshops and small groups. We occasional provide free workshops for nonprofit agencies and school districts. Call 210-523-4200 to ask about our small groups and free workshops.

Payment for Services

Forms of Payment:

We accept cash, check, credit cards and some insurance plans as method of payment.

Low cost counseling service:

RCS believes that price should not be an obstacle to getting the help you need. The cost to see one of our affordable counselor interns is $35.00-$45.00 depending on the servcie. Please go to our Low Cost Counseling tab to get more information about discounted counseling services.

Cash Fee for service provided by Dr. Kirleen R. Neely. Please visit Dr. Neely’s personal website to find out more information about her services

Couples & Family

  • assessment $120.00 / 110.00 follow up session

Individual Counseling

  • assessment $110.00/$100.00 follow up session

Cash Fee’s for RCS licensed professional counselors:

Couples & Family

  • assessment $110.00 / 100.00 follow up session

Individual Counseling

  • assessment $100.00/$90.00 follow up session

Confidentiality & Privacy Policy

The relationship between you and your counselor is protected by law. Information that you share with your therapist cannot be disclosed without your written consent. However, there are some exceptions to confidentiality laws. If your counselor suspects child, elder, or adult abuse they are required by law to report such abuse. If you have a plan to harm yourself or someone one else, your counselor is required to notify law enforcement. During your initial meeting, your counselor will review these policies in more detail.

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