Restoring Balance in Your Relationship
Our team of experienced counselors provides practical and research-based couples counseling in a supportive space where partners work to effectively communicate, resolve conflict, and strengthen their bond.
Common areas addressed in couples counseling include: pre-marital counseling, divorce or separation, communication challenges, sex and intimacy, co-parenting, infidelity, conflict management, trust (re)building, open/alternative relationships, and relationship satisfaction.
Our couples sessions are tailored to the needs and goals of our clients, typically running 55 or 90 minutes and varying in frequency.
Are you and your partner maintaining your relationship’s health?
Whether you’re experiencing conflict in your relationship or you simply wish to build valuable skills for the years to come with your partner, contact us to get the support you deserve.
The Benefits of Couples Counseling
Couples can gain numerous benefits from embarking on therapy together, for both the short- and long-term. Counseling can provide:
- A neutral place to discuss difficult topics
- A scheduled and consistent opportunity for conversations to help avoid resentment building over time
- Mutual accountability for working on issues on a regular basis
- Empathetic neutral support for the couple as a unit
- Trust building to see your partner showing up to do the work with you
- Opportunity to build communication skills
- Intentional time to reconnect with your partner in a deeper way
- Opportunity to take your relationship satisfaction to the next level
When it comes to the relationship with our partner, we can be happy with our partner AND still feel like we have some areas that need extra attention and support. If something is feeling off or uncomfortable in the relationship, it could be time for a tune-up to head off a major crisis down the road. We have counselors dedicated to supporting couples. It can be a gift to yourself and your partner to invest in regular support so you can have greater relationship satisfaction over time.
It’s no secret that the transition to parenthood is a challenging one with all the physical, psychological, and relational changes that occur in a relatively short period of time. With sleep deprivation, it’s no wonder that many parents experience a shortness in temper or/and a lack of patience. If you’re a parent, you’re familiar with these challenges. If you’re expecting for the first time, you may be wondering how to navigate this unknown, upcoming transition, how a new baby will impact your lifestyle and relationship, and what kind of parent you will be.
When we fall in love with our spouses or partners, we never imagine that someday the honeymoon phase might end. The truth is, all couples have their fair share of ups and downs. Healthy relationships require a lot of work. But sometimes it can be difficult to do this work when communication has completely broken down and/or there is a blatant lack of trust and respect. Enter the Gottman Method.