Services & Fees

Fees and Insurance
  • Initial Consultation (30 min): Free

  • Couples Counseling (1 hour): $125

  • Couples Counseling (1.5 hours): $180

  • Individual Counseling** (1 hour): $125

** I do not see clients under the age of 18.

In-network for Blue Cross/Blue Shield of TX PPO, UnitedHealthcare, and Aetna

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Initial Consultation

In the initial consultation, we get the chance to talk about what you would like to get out of coming to therapy, ask any questions you may have, and discuss logistics like fees, scheduling, and insurance. This is not a therapy session. In fact, I won't require you to fill out any paperwork prior to the session or provide any personal information at all. I want to provide you with the information to make a decision about what is best for your own mental health care. I also want to know that if you choose to continue you are making a commitment to work on yourself and that you are fully aware of what that will mean.  

Marriage Counseling & Couples Counseling

Read about some of the most common reasons couples come to therapy below:​


My clients are often those who feel frustrated and stuck in their patterns with confusing or nonexistent communication in their relationships. Attempts at normal conversations quickly escalate to arguments that are never really resolved. Others find it easier if they simply avoid any potential conflict altogether. 

I love helping couples find creative, real-world solutions to these types of problems. Many couples are unaware of the natural differences in the way they each process and express their thoughts and feelings. There can also be differences between partners in the way their families communicated, thus creating a need to find new, healthy ways to handle conflict. Learning how to communicate is an essential part of couples counseling; however, it is usually only part of the process. Good communication helps us facilitate a discussion of the recurring, deeper problems in the relationship. 

Infidelity and Trust

A common issue that my couples present with is infidelity or a betrayal of trust. Infidelity can be physical or emotional, and some couples feel similarly betrayed by the actions of their partner that do not involve an affair with another person. The task of overcoming such a violation often feels impossible. What makes this work challenging is that it is hard to reconnect and repair a relationship when you are afraid to be vulnerable. In my work we explore what expectations each person has while trying to work on the relationship, what each person needs to feel secure while doing so, to what questions they truly need answers, and what circumstances led to the betrayal in the first place. Some couples choose to stay in the relationship and some choose to go, but after doing this work, they feel more confident that they are making the best decision for their own lives.

Coping as a Couple

One issue that frequently leads couples come to counseling is coping with an outside stressor or with mental illness within the couple or family system. I help these couples view the problem from the perspective of a united front against this problem. Acting as a team is the primary goal in these couples, and they often find they are stronger together. 


Sex is a topic that is often on the minds of couples, but rarely discussed in an honest and frank manner in the context of real life. I believe it is important that couples be on the same page when it comes to sex and that both partners have a shared ownership in the sexual relationship. An open and honest discussion of boundaries in regards to sex, pornography, and affection are key to a healthy, safe, and passionate sex life. I always recommend that couples consult with a doctor to discuss any physical sexual dysfunctions to rule out any potential health problem that could be the cause of sexual issues.

Individual Counseling

Life Transitions

I help adults experiencing the anxiety, depression, anger, and grief that comes with a major life change. Such changes can include:

  • Break-ups

  • Birth of a Child

  • Parenting Adolescents

  • Divorce/ Separation

  • Death of a loved one

  • Career change

  • Graduation 

  • Gender Transition

  • Transition into Empty Nesters

Transitions can be incredibly stressful, and they can also provide the opportunity for deep personal growth. 

Common Issues in Individual Counseling​

  • Anger

  • Anxiety

  • Bipolar II

  • Coping Skills

  • Coming Out

  • Depression

  • Family Issues

  • Gender Dysphoria

  • Parenting

  • Relationship Issues

  • Self-Love


1205 Hwy 123 S, Suite 305

San Marcos, TX 78666​​​

Hello! Jordan Robertson is currently not accepting new clients. Thank you for understanding.

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