Couples Therapy

Is your relationship or marriage in crisis or deteriorating? Or you are struggling to find ways to heal after an affair? Or maybe your relationship feels sluggish and you would describe being roommates, instead of lovers? Every relationship journeys to a crossroad where it can be helpful to have a clear guide to help heal and grow together.

 

Learn to communicate to your partner in ways that build connection and intimacy. Be understood by your partner in ways where you feel deeply felt. I help couples create passionate, rewarding, and lasting relationships. Many feel as though they have an open communication channel with their partner as a result of the work we do together in our sessions.


“Counseling doesn’t mean you are losing each other, it means you are fighting to keep your best friend by your side.” –A. Cassidy


I have completed training in both Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Encounter-centered Couples Therapy. I also specialize in working with First Responder couples who feel disconnected in their relationship due to the stressful demands their jobs require. I work with a wide range of couples from newlyweds to empty nesters.

 

Practice a new skill set where you are able to connect to your partner in a way that brings you closer together. Work stress, past trauma, daily obligations can all pollute the relational space. Couples transform their relationship by learning to encounter each other in a new way in our sessions together.


Intensive Couples Therapy sessions are also offered to couples who need support and counseling and want to create change in a relatively short amount of time. These sessions are available to couples in crisis who would benefit from half-day, full-day, or multi-day sessions. This is an effective way to improve communication, increase connection, and create lasting intimacy.

 

Couples that are interested in scheduling intensive couples therapy can choose to either work with just me or work with with me and my couples therapy clinical partner (and boyfriend) Ryan Chambers, a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. Intensives are often used when there has been a breach of trust in the relationship, when couples are feeling stuck with no option but to divorce, or when the relationship feels stagnant. An advantage to using this option is the team approach. There is an added benefit from receiving feedback and insight from both a male and female perspective. We can bring that male/female team dynamic to assist you in repairing and strengthening your relationship.