Couples Therapy

Do you experience conflict, loneliness in your partnership, communication difficulties, intimacy issues, mistrust, or past, and current injury? Have you or your partner experienced an affair? Have you or your partner experienced mental health challenges or addiction and do these experiences affect your relationship? In couples counseling or therapy, the therapist will work with you and your partner to heal emotional hurt, create positive change, and develop your relationship. In therapy, we work together to identify problematic patterns and injuries, foster self-awareness, and improve communication and connection. In general, the goal of therapy is to understand places and patterns of feeling stuck, disconnection, hurt, injury, or trauma to heal, grow, and move towards more productive and psychologically healthy patterns, individually and as a couple, deepening your sense of self and relationship intimacy. We also work with couples around separation, divorce, and co-parenting to develop effective ways of communicating, coping, and interacting together and individually.

We utilize Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), a research-driven and evidence-based method to understand, restore, and build meaningful and connecting relationships. EFT is grounded upon the basis that each of us thrives in the human need for relational connection and a lack of connection creates varying levels of distress. These symptoms of distress are very treatable. Couple therapy sessions last 50 minutes. The frequency and duration of therapy will depend largely on your needs, treatment goals, and progress. Many concerns are readily resolved with short-term therapy, and other more complex concerns require long-term commitment before improvement is realized.

Ultimately, each individual’s desire and determination to heal and grow play an essential role in whether therapy is successful. Research has shown that the positive effects of good therapy extend well beyond treatment. In fact, many clients report improved conditions long after therapy has ended. In addition, many therapeutic modalities are evidence-based, meaning they have been subject to research studies and clinical observations, and they have been analyzed for effectiveness.

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