You can't quite figure out where things went wrong, and you’re tired of having the same arguments over and over.
You feel mountains away from each other, and the distance keeps growing. Your hope is dwindling as you ponder how your relationship ever got to this point. Things are tense and distant. You worry about saying the wrong things so you say nothing at all or you stick to the surface level stuff. You both want more for yourselves and the relationship.
Develop a more connected relationship
I’m here to help you learn how to communicate in a healthy and effective way so that you can better understand each other and commit to the process of changing your relationship. Couples counseling can help to solidify the bond you share and develop a healthier, stronger and more connected relationship. Whether you are looking to strengthen the foundation to prepare for life’s challenges ahead or you are at the end of your rope, I can help.
"Love doesn’t just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; remade all the time, made new."
URSULA K. LE GUIN
How it Works
Let’s begin with a free 15-minute consultation. This gives us an opportunity to chat before you decide to schedule. During this call, we will have the chance to find out more about you and your relationship needs and get a feel for if we are the right fit.
Once we decide we are a good fit, we will schedule your first session. During this session we will work to identify the cycles and patterns of interaction within your relationship. We will explore relationship history and significant events, while holding space to understand attachment history and needs. We will also dive deeper into family of origin, as this is often the blueprint for how we receive and express love.
We will then find ways to disrupt the negative cycles and patterns of interaction in your relationship, explore love languages and improve communication. I will hold space for you and your partner to be vulnerable with each other where you can expand your capacity to be accessible, responsive and engaged with each other’s emotional needs.