You and your partner deserve to experience love, intimacy, romance and to have a fulfilling, loving relationship. Unfortunately, most of us do not have the necessary skills and knowledge to get the love we want.

You and your partner are good candidates for relationship therapy if:

  • You’re in a good relationship and want to deepen your connection
  • It feels like you’re drifting apart or taking each other for granted
  • You’re starting a new relationship and want it to be the best it can be
  • The two of you keep having the same arguments over and over
  • You’re considering ending the relationship because it feels hopeless

Love and relationships can feel very confusing. One moment we might be falling in love with a partner who we imagine will make our life exciting, and full of possibility. Later we find ourselves locked into a cycle of arguments, almost losing sight of what we first saw in them. Relationship therapy can make the difference between giving up and working through your obstacles.

What you and your partner can discover in relationship therapy:

  • Greater compassion and understanding for both yourself and your partner.
  • How to get to the root of your problems and work them through
  • Why the very qualities that attracted you to each other may now drive you crazy
  • How you and your partner can express your love and appreciation in ways that work for both of you
  • A new standard of communication with your partner
  • How you and your partner can get more of what you want both for yourself and your relationship
  • A deepening of your sexual and emotional intimacy
  • How to be the best partner you can be
  • De-escalation skills
  • How to resolve unconscious ideas about money and finances that could be influencing your relationship

I am pleased to offer Relationship Therapy informed by and supported by the work of psychologists like Sigmund Freud, John Gottman, Harville Hendrix, Bob and Virginia Hilton, Alexander Lowen, Virginia Satir and Richard Schwartz.