While individual therapy can often benefit those in relationships, work with a couple/family can address the entire relationship unit, resulting in improved communication, patterns of behavior, and relationship satisfaction. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I am trained to think systemically, so having multiple people present often offers valuable information regarding relationship dynamics.
Having a therapist present often allows people to communicate clearly and be heard. Whether you are in a moment of crisis, or just trying to enhance your existing relationship, therapy can be a powerful tool for you as individuals and as a team.
Some issues that bring couples/families to therapy are:
- Addiction/Addiction Support
- Balance (Work/Life/Family)
- Blended Families
- Chronic Illness
- Extended Family
- Infertility/Pregnancy Loss
- Mental Illness
- Parenting Issues
Whether you are dealing with any of the above, or something entirely different, don’t hesitate to contact me to find out how we can explore your relationship further. Healthy relationships are essential to our quality of life, and I believe therapy can provide clients with powerful tools for navigating their relationships with loved ones. Your partnership and/or family does not have to be defined by your struggles, but rather, can grow into a stronger unit through healthy examination, communication, and ongoing practice. If you are currently experiencing hurt, anger, confusion, hopelessness, or more in your relationship, I would be honored to walk through that struggle with you.