Couples Counseling

Let’s face it: relationships can be challenging.

Are you experiencing a rocky road? It’s not uncommon. From money problems to infidelity to challenges with child rearing, a variety of circumstances can create distance between otherwise great partners.

Many circumstances can challenge relationships:

  • Infidelity
  • Illness
  • Loss or change of employment
  • Child rearing
  • Lack of intimacy
  • Moving to a new city or state
  • Children launching and leaving home

Unfortunately, painful arguments can create more painful arguments. Likewise, bland silences, frustration, and hopelessness can create more of the same. You may feel the two of you have already invested your hearts and souls in this relationship. What more can you do?

If you have lost the ability to communicate clearly and safely without disagreements and resentment, if you worry about what will happen to your partnership and family in the future, or if you alternate between anger and silent despair, you may need support.

I understand it can be difficult and sometimes embarrassing. It can feel defeating to admit that you are in a troubling place now. The good news is that asking for help is a sign of strength and an indicator that you really want to make your relationship work.


There is hope.

Your relationship is worth fighting for. Whether you have been together for 10 months, 10 years or longer, you can find a path toward a happier partnership.

Healing together in couples therapy can transform the ways that you and your partner relate:

  • Resolve anger and resentment
  • Learn how to fight fair
  • Understand both of your needs for intimacy and affection
  • Create safety and support for each other
  • Develop new effective ways to communicate
  • Replenish fun and romance

Together, you can replenish your trust, revitalize your connection, and reinvigorate your spark.

Are you ready to get started?

Call today to set up an initial complimentary phone appointment and take the first step on your way to a more fulfilling partnership.


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