Former client describing the benefits of Anchorpoint's marriage counseling

Every relationship requires work. Whether you’re just starting out in a new romantic relationship or have been married for decades, seeking professional support can make your bond stronger, happier and healthier.

No matter the stage or status of your relationship, sometimes it helps to have a professional, unbiased third-party guide you as you work together on improving your connection. Our marriage counseling focuses on helping you both learn how to express yourselves, support each other, make good choices and avoid future problems.

Our marriage counseling helps couples and people in relationships with:

• communication
• money management
• parenting and family issues
• personal fulfillment
• intimacy
• boundaries
• overcoming negative feelings or habits

We also help couples examine the next steps in their relationship.

Our marriage counselors provide a safe, judgement-free environment for you both to express concerns and get to the bottom of whatever may be holding you back from having the best relationship possible. Call 412-366-1300 to schedule an appointment.

We accept insurance from the following healthcare providers: Highmark, UPMC, Aetna, Anthem BCBS, Cigna/Cigna International, Coventry/Advantra (MHNet), Independent and Out of State Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Magellan Blue Shield and United Health Care.

Now accepting Medicare.

If you are without insurance, under-insured, or under-resourced, we will work with you to determine an affordable sliding-scale fee based on your family income and household size. No one will be denied marriage counseling services due to insurance status or financial constraints.

Anchorpoint is committed to serving ALL community members and families in need. Learn more about all the family counseling services Anchorpoint provides.

If requested, Anchorpoint’s professionally licensed counselors are able to integrate faith perspectives and practices that align with your preferences and your Christian faith tradition. However, this is not a requirement of the counseling program.