Couples Therapy

Issues that couples often bring  to counseling :


  • Infidelity

  • Divorce

  • Substance abuse

  • Physical or mental conditions

  • Same-sex relationship issues

  • Cultural clashes

  • Finances

  • Unemployment

  • Blended families

  • Communication problems

  • Sexual difficulties

  • Conflicts about child rearing

  • Infertility

  • Anger

  • Changing roles, such as retirement

Couple's Bootcamp! You can ask about it here or click the link below.

You don't need to have a troubled relationship to seek therapy. Couples counseling can also help those who simply want to strengthen their bonds and gain a better understanding of each other. Couples counseling can also help those who plan to get married. Pre-marriage counseling can help you achieve a deeper understanding of each other and iron out differences before the big day.Couples counseling typically brings couples or partners together for joint therapy sessions. The counselor or therapist helps couples pinpoint and understand the sources of their conflicts and try to resolve them. You and your partner will analyze both the good and bad parts of your relationship.

Who can benefit from couples therapy?


Most marriages and other relationships aren't perfect. Each person brings his or her own ideas, values, opinions and personal history into a relationship, and they don't always match their partner's. Those differences don't necessarily mean your relationship is bound for conflict. To the contrary, differences can be complementary — you know the saying about opposites attracting. These differences can also help people understand, respect and accept opposing views and cultures. But relationships can be tested. Differences or habits that you once found endearing may grate on your nerves after time together. Sometimes specific issues, such as an extramarital affair or loss of sexual attraction, trigger problems in a relationship. Other times, there's a gradual disintegration of communication and caring.