Are you trying to tell your partner what is bothering you, but every attempt turns into an argument?
Or perhaps you are not saying anything because you feel guilty, you are afraid of rocking the boat or because you can’t find the right words.
An unexpected crisis (a betrayal, different goals, sexual problems, etc.) threatens your relationship that used to be so strong.
Routine, children (and differences in parenting styles) or stress are disturbing your relationship, making things tense or un-sexy. And boring.
You feel deeply stuck (or alone) in a relationship that makes you suffer.
If you recognize yourself in these situations, it would be a good time to see a couples therapist. Nobody deserves to be stuck in unhappiness or living in a state of constant conflict.
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Our therapists are relationships experts.
They are trained to help you improve the communication in your relationship, to replace attitudes that hurt your connection, and to teach you tools to help you get your intimacy back.
You’ll be able to rediscover the passion and love that brought you together.
Couples therapy is not just for couples in crisis. We can also help those who want to take their relationship to the next level. Imagine having a better understanding of each other’s needs and wants, being able to handle conflicts with ease and having a deeper connection with your partner.
Imagine being able to laugh and have fun together again like when you first started dating. It is possible to reignite the spark in your relationship, and couples therapy can be the key to making that happen. And let’s be real, who wouldn’t want to be a better lover and partner? Don’t wait until it’s too late, take the proactive step and invest in your relationship today.
Your future self will thank you for it.
What are the common issues that couples come to therapy for?
Infidelity or trust issues
Differences in desired frequency of intimacy or sexual activity
Avoidance of expressing emotions and needs
Constant arguing or fighting
Different levels of cleanliness or organization
Navigating different expectations and desires for an open relationship
Differences in opinions on how to raise children or discipline them
Struggles in managing the demands of a career and maintaining a healthy family dynamic