You don’t have to wait until you’re in a place of hopelessness to finally address your issues. Preventative Therapy is such a great option for all couples who want to get ahead of the game.
Start now! Preventative Therapy is all about nurturing your relationship and understanding the potential pitfalls you may run up against.
Preventative Therapy is a great option for you if you feel you have a strong, solid relationship, a strong sense of “we” and see yourselves as a unit that is able to communicate effectively. Your strong communication will allow you to address topics effectively and set yourselves up for a healthier future together.
As a Certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist, my goal is to help couples get unstuck from having the same arguments, deal with those underlying issues (that don’t get talked about), understand the negative cycle that keeps them stuck, so that ultimately they can communicate their needs and desires to one another in a way their partner can actually hear and meet.
Whether you’re constantly fighting or are currently not on speaking terms couples therapy can help. EFT is a research based model created by Sue Johnson that has a 75%, if not more, success rate. Invest in your relationship while the pilot light is still on for your partner.
Infidelity is one of the greatest challenges a couple will face. The pain and devastation can feel insurmountable. But an affair doesn’t happen in a day, and as easy as it is to point the finger, it is ESSENTIAL that we look and explore how each of you contributed to the break down that got us to this point.
Our work together is to bring understanding, recovery and healing that eventually leads to forgiveness. Although this process takes time, these stages help us establish safety while addressing painful feelings and emotions around the affair.
I am not the moral police. It is also not lost on me the pain each individual experiences in this process. My role is to help bring understanding and ultimately integrate the meaning of the affair so that you can find a way to move forward. Infidelity will always be a chapter in your story but it doesn’t have to be the entire story.
The ending of a marriage/partnership can be one of the most gut-wrenching experiences.
That felt sense of finality, along with the loss and grieving process that is experienced whether you’ve been dating for a year, or married for decades.
During this painful time, it can be immensely helpful to have someone help you through this process. Recovery from a relationship ending takes time, and I will be by your side to help you address your emotions, as well as the new changes in your life, so that you don’t have to go through this alone.
I am devoted to helping you understand your own and your partner’s roles, finding your new identity, and bringing healing and closure. Together, we will address the challenges you are experiencing and work toward recovery.