We find that the couples who reach out to us are looking for help improving communication, sexual intimacy, and sometimes needing to re-establishing trust in their relationships. Couples counseling can be done in the context of a marriage as well as any long-term committed relationship. We also provide a structure for premarital counseling to couples who are intentionally working towards marriage.
For many of the couples we see, one of the first aspects of their relationship to fall apart is the friendship necessary for a strong foundation. We work with couples to rebuild what has broken and build on the strengths that already exist in the relationship. Sometimes if after working toward positive solutions it becomes clear the relationship cannot be improved, the therapist will help guide the partners to find a healthy way to end the relationship.
Our highly skilled therapists use tools informed by The Gottman Method, Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy.
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