A transformative space for partners to navigate conflicts and enhance understanding through guided dialogue.

Couples therapy provides a neutral space for partners to express their thoughts and feelings in a non-judgmental and safe environment. A trained therapist can help facilitate constructive dialogue between partners, helping them to truly hear one another and trouble-shoot areas of “stuck-ness” that no longer serve them.

Active and reflective listening, alongside negotiation skills, are key tools in this transformative process.

Couples are taught a variety of techniques to help improve their communication, including active listening, reflective listening, and non-violent communication. The therapist may also help the couple develop new skills for managing conflicts, such as negotiation and problem-solving.

The ultimate goal is to help identify and address patterns of behavior that may be damaging to the relationship. The therapist assists in navigating negative behaviors and thought traps, helping individuals and couples develop more adaptive problem-solving skills. These skills are then practiced in a way that helps clients navigate future conflicts or challenges that may arise in the relationship, regardless of the content of the issue. 

Herre's a breakdown of what to expect in
Couples Therapy:

Initial Assessment

The therapy process typically begins with an initial session where the therapist meets with both partners together to understand their relationship dynamics, concerns, and goals. This allows the therapist to gather information about the couple's history, communication patterns, and areas of conflict.

Building Rapport

Building trust and rapport with both partners is crucial for effective couples therapy. The therapist creates a nonjudgmental and empathetic atmosphere where each partner feels heard and respected. This sets the stage for open and honest communication throughout the therapy process.

Exploration and Insight

Couples therapy helps couples identify and explore the underlying issues contributing to conflicts or dissatisfaction in their relationship. These issues may include communication breakdowns, trust issues, financial disagreements, parenting differences, intimacy issues, or unresolved past traumas.


Couples therapy provides a safe space for partners to express their emotions, needs, and vulnerabilities. Through discussions and exercises, couples learn to communicate their feelings & needs in a constructive manner, fostering empathy and understanding between them.

Conflict is inevitable in any relationship, but how couples manage and resolve conflicts can significantly impact the health of their partnership. Couples therapy helps couples identify unhealthy patterns of conflict, such as avoidance, blame, or escalation, and teaches them healthier ways to manage disagreements and find mutually satisfactory solutions.

Addressing Conflict

Trust is the foundation of any healthy relationship, and couples therapy can help rebuild trust in relationships where it has been damaged. Therapists assist couples in addressing breaches of trust, rebuilding transparency and accountability, and establishing healthy boundaries to protect the relationship.

Rebuilding Trust

Improving Communication

A major focus of couples therapy is improving communication skills between partners. Therapists teach couples effective communication techniques such as active listening, expressing feelings assertively, and providing constructive feedback. By enhancing communication, couples can better understand each other's perspectives and resolve conflicts more effectively.


Couples therapy aims to strengthen emotional and physical intimacy between partners. Therapists may suggest exercises and activities to help couples reconnect, deepen their bond, and reignite passion in their relationship.

Follow-Up and Maintenance

After achieving their therapy goals, couples may choose to continue periodic check-ins with their therapist to maintain their progress and address any new challenges that arise. Additionally, therapists may provide couples with resources and tools for ongoing relationship maintenance and growth.

Couples therapy can benefit couples at any stage of their relationship, whether they are dating, engaged, married, or in a long-term partnership. By providing a supportive and collaborative environment, couples therapy empowers partners to strengthen their relationship, resolve conflicts, and build a happier and more fulfilling life together.

What Couples Therapy Can Help With

Communication issues

Loss of trust

Resentment & Defensiveness

Criticism and frustration

Intimacy & Sexual Desire

Family Conflict

Financial stress and pressures

Life Transitions

Marriage & Divorce

Having A Child


Moving To a New City

Loss, Change, Grief

Fluctuation in needs or desires

Feelings of “empty nest syndrome”

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What Makes Us Different

Our commitment to creating a personalized therapeutic experience for each client. Unlike one-size-fits-all approaches, we tailor our methods and strategies to fit the unique needs and circumstances of each individual or couple that walks through our doors. Our team of therapists brings a diverse range of specialties and therapeutic techniques to the table, ensuring that we can match you with the best possible support for your specific challenges. 

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