Are you struggling with any of these issues in your current relationship?
- High conflict
- Problems with sex and intimacy
- Financial stress
- Children & parenting
- Extended family problems
- Health issues
- Cross cultural issues
- Emotional abuse
- Addiction and codependency
- Emotional and physical betrayal trauma (affairs)
Being in a committed relationship has plenty of challenges and often couples never ask for help. Couples therapy is one of the best things you can do for your relationship. Take time to learn new ways to communicate and to develop a deeper, more satisfying relationship where you feel affirmed, loved, and accepted by your partner.
Get the tools you need
As a couples therapist, my theoretical orientation is based on the work of Sue Johnson (Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy) and John and Julie Gottman (The Gottman Method). These two approaches are based on solid research and have helped thousands of couples reach more solid ground in their relationships. I also use a variety of assessments for my couples – SYMBIS, Prepare-Enrich, and Gottman Checkup.
I look forward to working with you and your partner.