Talk Therapy geared toward Heterosexual, LGBTQ Couples, those in the BDSM/Kink community, and polyamorous/non-monogamous folks

Couples Therapy

What To Do If Your Relationship Is In Trouble

If you are experiencing tension or trouble in your relationship or relationships, you may be questioning whether you should stay, feeling afraid of losing your partner, experiencing disappointment, hopelessness, shame, or simply want to do prevention work. Relationship troubles can manifest as depression, anxiety, addictions and health problems. If you feel like you are ready for change in your relationship, work with a compassionate couples & marriage therapist, someone who will really listen to you and provide you with the marriage and couples counseling your relationship most needs to take it to the next level. Work with me. I have helped thousands of individuals and couples get unstuck and deepen their understanding of one another.  

I work with couples and individuals who are struggling with: 

  • Processing difficult emotions including betrayal, hurt, jealousy & anger

  • Dealing with differences in libido

  • Dealing with changes in aging

  • Exploring function/dysfunction and satisfaction

  • Bored within a relationship

  • Poor communication skills

  • Integration of Kink/Fetish

  • Negotiations of non-monogamy

  • Sexual Trauma

  • Fertility and Family Planning

  • Learning about your lovers’ body

  • Dealing with changes in a relationship

  • Starting and ending relationships

Benefits of Couples Therapy

  • Forge tighter, closer relationships by creating trust and safety

  • Learn to talk about common points of conflict i.e. money, sex, intimacy, infidelity, children, family, etc. without escalating into fights

  • Build a closer, deeper connection through the willingness to be vulnerable

  • Improve general communication by better listening with more empathy and care about the other

  • Learn to discuss problems without falling into a negative cycle

  • Learn to communicate from a more emotionally vulnerable place

  • Address unresolved resentments in a way that leads to greater connection and understanding

Psychobiological Attachment Approach to Couple Therapy 

A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy® (PACT), developed by Dr. Stan Tatkin, is a fusion of attachment          theory, developmental neuroscience, and arousal regulation. PACT has a reputation for effectively treating the most    challenging couples. 

         

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