RELATIONSHIP & COUPLES THERAPY
“I feel as if we just can’t talk anymore. Every interaction turns into an argument or fight”
Relationships are hard, really hard, but they don’t have to stay that way. Relationship therapy is a form of psychotherapy that can help you and your partner improve your relationship. The better a couple communicates and understands each other, the less chances of conflict there are. The goal for resolving conflicts isn’t to never fight – that’s simply not realistic. Instead, I work with my couples to help them communicate with each other in way their partner understands, and they can walk away from a conflict still feeling heard, loved, and understood by their partner.
“I want to be intimate with my partner again, but it’s been so long that it just gets harder and harder to be with each other in that way. Will we ever feel the closeness we once felt for each other?”
Do you feel disconnected with your partner in the bedroom but aren’t sure on how to have a conversation with them? Talking about sex can be uncomfortable in general, but then add the layer of talking about your hidden insecurities and vulnerabilities in the bedroom can make it outright scary and anxiety provoking. Sit down with me and let’s talk about you and your partner – your intimacy levels, what you both want to change, your likes and dislikes, and any possible physiological or physical issues you both may be dealing with. I provide my couples with a safe and comfortable space to practice being emotionally vulnerable again, so even the most awkward conversations about their sex life are done with care and love. Helping clients reestablish their physical and emotional intimacy is a passion of mine, and I would love to help you and your partner feel connected again.
“I don’t know if I can ever trust my partner again”
Whether you’ve been together for 6 months or 26 years, cheating hurts. Trust is one of the hardest emotions to rebuild, but it is not impossible. With the right care, consistency, and commitment, couples can improve their relationship to better than ever before. I have worked with couples who were in long-term marriages and still in the beginning of their relationships recover from infidelity through helping them understand the dynamics which led to the cheating. Looking at the core problem, and not the side effect of infidelity is one way I support couples so they can heal together. I aid them to make the changes necessary for them to restore their commitment to each other and prevent this from occurring again as best as possible.