Relationship Therapy

For couples seeking support in strengthening
their relationship, leaving the past behind, and
developing a foundation of trust.​ ​
Have you been frustrated with couples therapy in the past? Are you and your partner committed to each other but stuck in a pattern of old, unhealthy behaviors?

Have you and your partner lost sight of what brought you together in the first place?

Remember when you were so in love? Before kids, jobs, responsibility, conflicting obligations, or just life got in the way? Perhaps so many hurtful things have gone unresolved that it feels like you can’t build a bridge over the river of resentment and distrust that is flowing through your relationship. Or maybe you are trying to navigate your relationship after infidelity. With all that has happened, both of you are feeling hurt, isolated, and afraid.

But what if it didn't have to stay like this?

Relationship problems are not uncommon, but that doesn’t mean it is a given that you and your partner will be unhappy. If you are:

  • Arguing about the same things over and over
  • Trying to communicate your needs, and feeling unheard
  • Disconnecting sexually or struggling with different sexual needs/desires
  • Feeling constantly let down in relationships
  • Asking “is it worth it?”

…then you can likely benefit from couples therapy.

Our couples therapists are Gottman trained with extensive experience in helping couples who have felt failed by traditional talk therapy. Gottman is an evidenced-based approach to relationship wellness that utilizes a number of different tools, both in person and online, to help your relationship heal and build the closeness and connection you both crave.

How it Works.

  1. Book your free 20 minute consultation.
  2. It’s important that you feel like your therapist is a good fit. You will connect with your therapist so you can determine if they are the therapist for you.

  3. Get your questions answered.
  4. During the consultation, your therapist will give you an overview of their approach to therapy and answer any questions you may have.

  5. Attend your first appointment.
  6. Join your therapist in person or via secure, HIPAA compliant video to begin developing a plan to help you reach your goals.

Start rebuilding a meaningful connection with your partner
using an evidenced-based approach that is more than just talk.

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