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Couples Counseling

All couples face challenges from time to time. What is more important than experiencing challenges, is how you handle them. Couples choose to come to therapy for many different reasons but ultimately, it's about connecting and strengthening the relationship. 

Why participate in couples counseling? 

Couples might seek counseling as a preventative measure, after a recent event such as an affair or job loss, or because they have found themselves drifting apart over time. Our couples therapists can teach you skills that will help you build, repair, or strengthen your relationship and set the foundation for long term happiness. 

What Kind of issues can be addressed in couples therapy?

  • Premarital counseling

  • Conflict resolution

  • Infidelity 

  • Grief and loss 

  • Terminal illness 

  • Parenting 

  • Intimacy and sexuality

  • Codependency

  • Establishing boundaries

  • Separation & divorce

  • Co-Parenting after divorce

  • Frequent arguing 

  • Anger and trust issues

  • Blended families

How do we get started?

Getting started is simple. Fill out our online application for services and one of our counselors will contact you within 2 business days to schedule an appointment. If you are not satisfied with your counselor, you can email us and we will happily arrange for you to meet with a different counselor. 

Family Counseling

Family therapy provides an opportunity to address specific issues within the family system including things like major life transitions or mental health issues. It is often used in addition to individual or couples counseling. The goal of family counseling is usually to promote collaboration and understanding among individual family members. 

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For example, a child who may be struggling with depression and needs additional support from family may not know how to communicate their feelings to parents and siblings. A trained family therapist can help facilitate the conversation so that the child feels understood and the family learns what to pay attention to or how to respond. 

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