Many couples I see enter into therapy feeling they are at their wits end with things—and each other. You are likely bumping up against the limits of old ways of relating that the relationship can no longer sustain.
As uncomfortable as this period can be, it can also be a turning point to move things forward—to evolve into something that meets both of your needs more fully.
Sitting with you and your partner, I take care to begin with learning where you each are at and taking time to understand deeply what each of your experiences are—in other words—what it is like to be each of you in this relationship at this time.
My interest is not in laying blame
but in helping you be able to know yourselves better
and begin to find healthy ways to reconnect.
Although this may feel like a time when things are falling apart, in my experience this can be a useful signal to create opportunity for change.
Here are some common couple themes that I can help you with in therapy:
Crisis and transition are like opportunities
blowing in a dangerous wind.
Couple therapy helps you keep your feet on the ground
& seize the opportunities in spite of the storm.
The good news is that if you are experiencing any of the above issues, couple therapy sessions can help you to:
Take the first step to turning your relationship around:
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