Sometimes, even in the happiest of relationships, you might feel stuck. It might be concerning a particular problem, or it might be a general feeling that you are in “neutral” and just don’t seem to have that same connection to each other. Couple’s therapy can help you to get back on track, explore new understandings about one another, and move you out of “neutral” and back into driving the relationship forward in a more satisfying, fulfilled manner. Couples therapy can explore issues in the relationship as well as negotiating other important relationships in your life that are impacting on your relationship. Changes in the course of a couple’s life cycle can alter and disrupt the functional patterns that worked before, e.g., the birth of a child; fertility problems; the loss of a job ; moving to a different location; loss of a parent or support system; parenting conflicts; fidelity issues; remarried family conflicts; children going off to school or to college or just leaving home to name a few. When these and other changes occur, couple’s therapy can be a very useful way of helping you to get back on track and deal more effectively with the problems and changes at hand. I have been helping couples to improve their relationship for over thirty years. I am active in the session, ask questions, and give homework for you to practice at home. We explore your concerns in a supportive, non-judgmental, safe atmosphere. We find solutions together and what works we keep and what does not, we understand why and change. Take the first step toward a more satisfying, fulfilling relationship with your partner. Let’s get started.
- Infertility and Adoption
- Same-Sex Couples
- Remarried Family Issues
- Parenting Conflicts
- Conflicts with extended family
- Coping with the loss of extended family members
- Employment-related conflicts