About The Couple and Family Clinic
Owned by Robin Smith
Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist
At The CFC, we envision a future where psychotherapy has been destigmatized, increasing access to mental health so that everyone can live in healthy, supportive relationships where they can lead fulfilling, meaningful lives. In order to reach this vision, it is our mission to recruit and train behavioral health providers who deliver services to the community leaving our clients feeling greater states of well-being and energized to share the benefits with others.
Our values guide how we show up at work
We promote the courage to listen to what the heart’s integrity asks of us
We choose kindness and respect, especially during times of difficulty
We cultivate compassion for one another, and for oneself
We commit to our responsibilities, and help others make this commitment for themselves
We nurture personal growth to fulfill the potential in one another
Pay Range & Benefits
When an associate is seeing at least 10 client hours/week, the pay range is no lower than $2,159.00; and $5,395.87 per month or higher depending on the associate’s caseload (self pay: insurance pay ratio). We are in-network with BCBS and out of network with all other insurance plans.
Weekly Clinical Supervision
Reliable Referral Stream
Schedule & Client Flexibility
Competitive Fee Schedule
Opportunity For Publishing
Hear From Those Who’ve Worked with Us
Real Reviews From Real Practitioners
The CFC offers flexibility, allowing each contractor to set and maintain their own schedule. Management is collaborative, supportive, and encourages each clinician to explore a variety of opportunities in marketing, business, and more. For those requiring supervision hours towards license, it is included and truly amazing. The CFC is a team environment where one truly feels supported, and I cannot say enough how grateful I am to be a part of such a wonderful practice.
Best environment to grow as a therapist and focus on helping people! Robin Smith is an understanding, supportive, and sincere employer which makes your task & focus easy- help clients! Loved my time working here and only left to start my own practice. I’m still in touch with clinicians at CFC because they cultivate a family environment. Worth going on an interview to see for yourself!
From Our Blog
Exploring the Internal Family Systems Approach to Therapy
This coming October will mark the 10 year anniversary since founding The Couple and Family Clinic. Back then, I was a solo practitioner and the practice was named, Your Couples Therapist. Yet, I knew I wanted to build something larger. I envisioned a group practice...
Marriage Counseling Tips To Combat Overthinking
Overthinking is a common habit – 73% of adults between 25-35 and 52% of adults between 45-55 are affected. While self-reflection is important, going to the extreme of rumination can have less desirable consequences. These six therapy-based steps can help you overcome overthinking within your relationships.
The Importance of Building a Self-Reflection Practice
Self-reflection is an accessible practice that can deepen our awareness of the below-the-surface beliefs that direct our thoughts, feelings, and actions. By using these actionable tips, you can build this habit into your daily life and begin to experience the benefits of self-reflection.