COUPLES:

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I believe that every couple can benefit from coming to therapy together and couples come to therapy for all kinds of reasons - to talk, to share, to fight, to learn, to apologize, to grow, to recommit and to uncouple. In the craziness of the go, go, go world we live in it can be really hard to carve out a specific time every week to align with your partner and couples therapy allows for just that. It teaches you tools to listen and to communicate more effectively and it provides a safe space for honest feelings to be expressed and for needs to be stated. It allows you to connect with your partner on a whole new level. It holds both partners accountable for problems, successes and working toward change. Below are just a few reasons couples come to therapy together.

·   Things are going well and you want to strengthen your bond, spruce things up or just make sure that you're on the same page with your partner.

OR

·   You and/or your partner are not feeling heard, seen or understood by the other;

·   You feel disconnected and distant from your partner;

·   You and your partner are having the same argument over and over;

·   As parents, you are not sure how to align on key issues;          

·   You have run out of solutions to fix the problem in your relationship;

·   You and/or your partner are not satisfied with your sex life;

·   You have experienced betrayal by your partner (and, perhaps, vice-versa as well);

·   You need help ending the relationship.

Regardless of your reason for seeking therapy, I encourage you to come in with open hearts and open minds. The transformations that I have been privileged to be a part of have been nothing short of remarkable and I have come to learn that in the right environment, change can and will happen.