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Therapy for Relationships
At our couples counseling practice, we take a creative and personalized approach to help couples build sustainable relationships. We understand that every couple is unique, and our goal is to develop a system that works for them, based on their specific needs and desires.
At our practice, we utilize a variety of modalities to assist couples to move through the challenges they are experiencing toward the goals they set in their first session.
Our clinicians are trained in the Gottman Method, Imago Relationship Therapy, Discernment Counseling, and more.
Our approach involves using creative techniques and tools to help couples understand each other better and communicate more effectively. We believe that every couple can learn to thrive in their relationship, and we work closely with them to identify the areas where they need support and guidance.
Often both partners may not feel ready for couples counseling, yet they find therapy can help their dynamics.
We work with individuals who desire to understand their own self and story and how it impacts their intimate relationship. We also work with individuals who already find themselves in couples counseling outside of our practice and are needing individual support for themselves.
Whether you are dealing with communication issues, trust issues, or simply want to improve your relationship, our creative and personalized approach to therapy can help. We are here to support you every step of the way and help you build a stronger, healthier, and more sustainable relationship with your partner and your self.
Group therapy focused on relationships is a powerful way for individuals to explore their patterns and beliefs around intimacy, communication, and connection.
In a group setting, participants can share their experiences, thoughts, and feelings with others who may be going through similar struggles. Through the support and feedback of the group, individuals can gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships.
Group therapy can help participants develop new skills for communication and conflict resolution, while also providing a safe and supportive space to practice these skills.
By working together in a group, individuals can build stronger and healthier relationships, both within the group and in their personal lives. Overall, group therapy can be a transformative experience that helps individuals develop deeper connections with themselves and others.