You and your partner are lacking communication and just can’t seem to get on the same page. You feel you’re not being heard and that you’re arguing about the same relationship problems over and over. It feels like something is “off” and you can’t quite pin point what it is that’s missing.
You are in the right place. You don’t have to go through your challenges alone.
Here are some of the reasons couples seek couples counseling:
- Difficulties with intimacy, passion, or attraction
- Social media issues
- Frequent arguments
- Lack of communication
- Family issues
- Lack of respect
- Differences in beliefs or interests
- Financial disagreements
- Issues with trust
Trying to work out a relationship on your own can be difficult and sometimes having that outside person to help guide you back on track is all it takes. Sometimes marital problems can be at the point where you’re ready to throw in the towel and marriage counseling is your last resort. Perhaps you’re relationship is doing well and you’re just looking to take it to the next level.
We live in a time where it’s becoming more rare to find thriving relationships. Successful relationships take work! Here are all excellent reasons for seeking marriage therapy…
Couples Counseling can help with:
- Improving communication
- Resolving relationship problems
- Confidently expressing your needs to your partner
- Reducing repetitive arguments
- Unresolved issues
- Regaining trust
- Rediscovering intimacy
- Skills for resolving conflict
- Expressing your thoughts and feelings
In marriage counseling with me you can expect:
- A judgment free environment
- Respect and empathy for your situation
- Action steps and tips you can use outside of our sessions
- Guidance and support
- A comfortable setting where you can resolve your conflicts
If you’re looking for a more clinical perspective, my approach to marriage therapy is drawn from the Gottman Method and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). These two approaches are by far the most empirically tested marriage counseling theories. Both methods have researched the best ways to fix a relationship as well as discovering the keys to what makes healthy relationships.