Fixing your relationship doesn't have to be complicated
You've probably tried a lot of different things, and nothing seems to help for very long.
Let's face it, it's frustrating and draining.
Figure out what's not working and how to fix it
A lot of people think couples counseling involves extensive digging into the past or fighting in front of a therapist to determine who is "right."
In my experience, while talking about certain historical issues can be helpful to understanding present problems, it's primarily about learning what we need to do today to make tomorrow better.
We focus on the actual mechanics of problem and find effective tools that address both current and future issues so that you can handle them effectively on your own.
Ideally, you will walk away from counseling with more knowledge about yourself and your partner, as well as with a variety of tools and strategies so that you are able to tackle anything that comes your way.
Your partner does not want to join you?
That’s OK. Gaining your own understanding and learning these strategies and skills on your own can make a big difference in the quality of your relationship.
And if you change just your half of the relationship it's common to see the entire relationship begin to move in the right direction. Learn more.
- Anger and Conflict
- Emotional Connection
- Problem Solving
- Past History
- Parenting Together
- Extended Family
- Discernment (deciding to stay/leave)
- And More