Are you feeling discouraged about your relationship with your spouse or partner?
Does it seem as if the fun, playfulness, and intimacy in your relationship have disappeared?
Do you feel that once the two of you were a team and had each other’s backs, but now you’re on different wavelengths?
Have you lost sight of the reasons why the two of you are together? Do you wonder whether it’s even worth trying to salvage your relationship?
Do discussions turn into arguments filled with biting criticism more often than not?
Do you feel emotionally distant from your partner?
If so, you have plenty of company. With divorce rates in the United States at approximately 50% these days, it’s clear that lasting marriages are not the norm. This statistic doesn’t account for the many couples who remain married but are unhappy with their relationship.
However, it’s possible to revitalize your relationship and experience:
- A deeper emotional connection and trust
- True friendship and companionship
- Recharged love and passion
- Healthy and clear communication
- Effective conflict management
- Laughter, fun, and playfulness
- Renewed commitment to each other
- Mutual support of each other’s dreams
- A clearer shared vision for your values and goals as a couple
As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, my goal is on helping you and your partner build a healthy relationship based on deep understanding, intimacy, respect, and love.
Gottman Method therapy techniques, with 40 years of research and clinical practice attesting to their effectiveness in treating couples, form the cornerstone of my therapy techniques with couples.
Wherever you are in your journey as a couple, therapy can help you to learn skills that can fundamentally change the course of your relationship and take it from unfulfilling and stagnant to joyful and flourishing. The techniques you’ll learn and thought-provoking topics we’ll cover can be both fun and illuminating. Learning such skills can profoundly change the course of the relationship, from dissatisfactory to thriving.