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Couples Therapy

Whether your relationship feels solid or is in distress, there will be seasons that test your ability to stay connected and hold on to the positive feelings that initially brought you and your partner together. Many couples wish that a neutral observer could help them understand each other, make sense of how they get off track, and help them get back to a place of peace and connection.

 

Couples therapy helps partners re-establish safety and trust, provides insight into problematic behaviors and attitudes at the height of frustration and miscommunication, and assigns each partner new rules and roles to play that help make the relationship a place for growth and satisfaction again. Below are a few common issues that couples like to tackle in therapy:

  • Pre-marital counseling

  • Poor or unhealthy communication

  • Relationship confusion, breakups, separation, divorce    

  • Decreased intimacy/sex                              

  • Roles and responsibilities

  • Unmet needs and expectations

  • Trust and infidelity issues

  • Insecurity, jealousy, anger

  • Social media/device usage

  • Unhealthy vs. healthy boundaries

  • Anxiety, stress, depression

  • Secrets, shame, guilt

  • Parenting/co-parenting concerns

  • Financial distress, attitudes about money

  • Health, fitness, eating concerns

  • Integration of spirituality