Every relationship experiences ebbs and flows, and while some degree of conflict is normal, at times conflict and communication difficulties can get to a point where it seems impossible to solve it on your own. This is where a couples therapist can help. As long as each party is invested in improving the relationship, I can help you reconnect to one another in order to regain the love and excitement that made you fall in love in the first place.
Reasons couples seek therapy:
- Communication challenges
- Frequent Conflict
- Lifestyle Differences
- Sex & Intimacy
- Recovering from Trauma
- Blended Families
Alternately, you may be doing well now but foresee some challenges due to upcoming transitions. More and more couples are seeking therapy as a preventative measure or earlier in their relationships before conflict or distance becomes a problem. This can be a great way to ensure you have realistic expectations in your relationship and that it can weather the test of time and life’s challenges.
Transitions couples face:
- Moving/Changing Jobs
- Starting a Family
- Changes in Sexuality or Gender Identity
It’s important to see a therapist who doesn’t judge you for who you are, who you choose to love, or the type of relationship you have. I am LGBTQ+ friendly and non-judgmental. I am experienced with and knowledgeable of polyamorous and open relationships (click below for more).
Special populations I work with:
- Non-Traditional Relationships
- LGBTQ+ Relationships