Seeing a Therapist is a Reward Worth the Effort.
If you still love each other a lot in spite of everything you've been through…
Investing in Couples Therapy can help move your relationship to the next level of partnership.
When people call for a consultation, they often ask:
Is it worth it to try, or even possible to get out of this negative cycle and enjoy being together again?
A person you live with and love can help you experience great bliss or suffering, that's true. So when things aren't going well at all, and we're just getting tired of it, why don't we blame it on the other person? Blame it on myself? There will always be plenty of people to blame, right? The question is how to move past blame, shame, resentment and anger.
Therapy is your laboratory to work on the dynamics of your relationship. You will learn effective skills to make practical and fun improvements in a safe and positive environment.
Now things may have changed... a lot... and you feel blamed and disconnected and can’t figure out what went wrong or how to fix it. You may wonder if you’re destined to endure this situation forever, or be faced with the anguish of a break up.
Missing Sexual Spark. You once felt so connected and in synch. Do you believe it’s even possible to return to that place of intimacy with your partner?
Feeling Taken For Granted. Your partner doesn’t seem to appreciate or acknowledge the energy you put into meeting her needs, or helping him with everything. Maybe you nag or complain or try to use leverage to get your needs met, and are getting nowhere.
Not Feeling Heard. You can learn simple techniques to help your partner feel heard while getting your needs met at the same time. This is a two-way street on the way to a happier relationship for both of you.
Infidelity. If infidelity is a subject you need to talk about, this is the place to start. We have helped many couples navigate this difficult situation.
Maintaining Civility in Divorce. Especially if you have kids, this is crucial for their health and development as well as your own. Therapy can help people manage their feelings and behaviors during adjustments to changes in relationships.