Making the decision to start couples therapy is a meaningful first step towards commitment and positive change in a relationship.

 
 
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Often times, couples are ready to begin therapy when they have tried many different ways to resolve their problems, and they find that their issues are still the same, or getting worse. Some of the common reasons couples come to therapy are - a breach of trust in their relationship, inability to communicate their needs and feelings to their partner/spouse, or feeling invalidated and misunderstood. Sometimes, after a significant life transition (for example, having a baby), their dynamic of relating to each other changes significantly. When partners recognize that their arguments are getting more frequent and they have a sense that something doesn’t feel right – that’s commonly when they seek help from a professional to reconnect and strengthen their relationship.

Here’s a list of common issues that I assist couples with in therapy:


Divorce & Co-Parenting
Relationship Difficulties
Communication Frustrations
Life Transitions
Balancing Career & Family Responsibilities
Trust Issues

Infidelity & Affairs
Emotional Distancing
Cultural Differences
Financial Struggles
Sexual Problems
Pre-Marital Counseling
Marriage Counseling

 
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"A wise man adapts himself to circumstances, as water shapes itself to the vessel that contains it."

Chinese Proverb