Fees and Services
The Koslow Center seeks to assist individuals, couples, and families with problems such as:
- Interpersonal relationship concerns
- Pre-marital concerns or issues
- Breakdown in family communication
- Childhood developmental concerns
- Parent/child conflict
- Child/adolescent behavior management
- Marital conflict
- Sexual difficulties
- Separation or divorce issues
- Coping with aging parents
- Problems related to illness or loss
Charges for services at the Koslow Center are based on a sliding scale according to family income and circumstances. No one will be denied services due to financial constraints.
The ethical principles and standards of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) as well as state laws regarding confidentiality and professional practice are rigorously adhered to by all therapists.
Therapy is provided by advanced graduate students in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program in Fairfield University's Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions. All sessions are observed by a supervisory team to ensure that clients receive the best services possible. Supervisors are Connecticut state licensed marriage and family therapists who are credentialed to treat and deliver services to individuals, couples and families through the professional application of family systems approaches. Clients are requested to give their written consent to these procedures at the onset of therapy.
For appointments, please call (203) 254-4000, ext. 2306
The Kathryn P. Koslow Family Counseling Center is #42 on the campus map.
Directions to campus and the Koslow Center are on the website.