Couples Therapy

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You Just want to Feel Connected Again

  • Do you feel like your relationship is at a standstill? 
  • Are you and your partner stuck in the same argument loop every night? 
  • Do you feel like you and your partner are drifting away? 
  • Do you desire more intimacy between you and your partner?

I understand how lonely it can feel to be in a relationship where you feel like roommates rather than partners. You used to be so connected and feel so much love for eachother, but now it's like you're living with a stranger. With couples therapy, you’ll learn how to communicate your feelings and needs more effectively, and get what you want out of your relationship.

Some issues that bring couples to therapy are:

  • Addiction/Partner Addiction Support
  • Balance (Work/Life/Family)
  • Blended Families
  • Chronic Illness
  • Divorce
  • Extended Family
  • Infidelity/Cheating
  • Intimacy
  • Mental Illness
  • Pre-Marital/Readiness
  • Pornography
  • Sex

In my couple’s therapy sessions, I help people develop the necessary skills needed to maintain sustaining love.

If any of the above relate to your and your partner in your relationship, contact me today for a free consultation. I would love to speak about how I may be able to help reconnect and rekindle your love for one another.

Maintaining a healthy, loving relationship is a lot of work. You and your partner may find yourself arguing about the same issue over and over again but it never gets resolved. This is often because the root of the issue is not being addressed. That’s where couples therapy might be something to consider. As an objective party, I can help you and your partner get back to why you chose each other in the first place and get out of the “you” vs “me” mentality that I often see couples struggling with.

I primarily use Gottman Method when working with couples. The Gottman Method is one of the most empirically supported couples therapy modalities available. This approach focuses on fostering a sense of admiration and appreciation for your partner and getting back to the basic building blocks of what makes a healthy relationship. You can read more about the Gottman Method here: