We offer "Comprehensive Couples Assessments" for couples of all ages backgrounds (LGBTQ included). This is a four session evaluation process where we see you together for one visit, each partner individually, and then together again on the fourth visit.
We work with you to create a therapy plan unique to your relationship. This option may be helpful if you're not sure if you need therapy but could use some guidance or direction.
We provide couples therapy to help you and your spouse resolve the distance in your relationship so you can feel close and connected once again. We help couples with the following issues:
Couples Intensive Sessions are Half-day or Full-day sessions designed to clarify your most pressing issues. This is ideal for couples who travel a long distance or those who want to jumpstart their relationship. This module has helped countless couples re-boot their relationship and get back on track.
Call us for a pre-screening telephone consultation to see if this is right for you.
Studies show that couples who learn to maintain closeness and connection even when experiencing conflict have healthier, sturdier marriages. Conflict is normal; knowing how to resolve it can help you feel closer and more secure.
Let us help you plan for and enjoy the first years of your relationship while building a solid foundation for your future.
Should you stay or should you go? When one partner discovers an emotional or sexual affair, the impact can be devastating.
If you have experienced the pain and betrayal of infidelity yet love each other and want to stay married, we help you work through the exact steps you need to heal. You CAN recover from an affair and feel happier than before! Call us for information.
Are you having fun and connecting in a playful, loving way with your spouse? Or, have sexual intimacy and romance dissolved, leaving you feeling lonely and frustrated? We provide a safe, private setting in which to talk about these private issues:
Find out if you have an Avoidant, Anxious, or Secure attachment/relationship style. Secure people feel comfortable with feeling connected and experience close, loving relationships. Anxious people crave connection and are preoccupied with abandonment and rejection. Avoidant people are less comfortable with connection and fear they will lose their independence. They may feel smothered by intimacy and minimize their need for closeness. The Anxious/Avoidant Relationship is a common pattern that can cause endless cycles of miscommunication and mistrust. Learn to understand the secure mind-set and manage your own relationship needs.