Couples Counseling

There are some challenges your relationship can’t shake.

Sure, disagreements are natural for relationships.

But what if it’s the same argument or hurdle on repeat?

You both go “round and round about,” and it’s the same thing, time and time again.

Perhaps it’s finances… to spend or not, where to spend, and how much to spend.

Or maybe it’s communication… why is it so hard to say what you need without escalating into a conflict? Now you’re giving each other the cold shoulder.

There’s also extended family that can cause friction… where are you spending Thanksgiving and Christmas? Where’s this relationship headed?

When is it a good time to bring up delicate issues that have been troubling your relationship for some time?

Navigating your relationship struggles alone isn’t easy.

Blogs, podcasts, and relationship books aren’t helping. They just give you information about things you’ve already tried and didn’t work, tips that have made things worse, or suggestions that are irrelevant to your specific relationship issue.

You’ve searched Google hoping to find a light at the end of the tunnel or a resource that could help you tread the delicate waters of your past or present relationship. But the endless scrolling and links feel overwhelming.

You’re ready to move forward and strengthen your relationship.

Don’t wait any longer to get the help you need to create the relationship you and your partner want.

Couples counseling can help.

Couples counseling can be a place to start to unpack some of the answers you’re searching for.

Relationships come with unanticipated situations. Counseling provides a bridge to cross as you manage those events so you can find a way to move forward.

Miscommunication happens in relationships. But it doesn’t have to escalate or cause fractures in your bond. Couples counseling provides a space for you and your partner to work through the challenges of miscommunication so you both feel heard and understood.

Major life decisions and transitions are normal for any relationship. If you’ve never experienced them, there’s so much ‘outside noise’ that it can be hard to figure out what’s best for you and your partner. But I can help you find a path to walk together that you both want.

Our sessions can happen in person or through telehealth – this decision is yours. I use the portal Therapy Notes, a portal for telehealth sessions, and provide a link via email for our session.

Sometimes, the process is unpacked weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.

Let couples counseling provide you with the support to help get your relationship back on track.

What is the next step for you and your partner?

It could be an email, a text, or a phone call from you to the counselor. Often, there is shame and embarrassment about how challenging your marriage is.

Reaching out is the next step. One step is enough – the first step is movement, acknowledging the hurt is there – and it is important. Your one step is enough to want to get help and support.

I offer a free 15-minute consultation to see if I would be a “good fit” for you. Call, email, or send me a message below. There is no pressure at all during this call, and questions are always welcome.