"Behind every great relationship are difficult and uncomfortable conversations we rarely get to see. Great relationships don't just fall into our laps. They require people to move through their fears and insecurities and do hard work to move wounds into healing." -Vienna Pharaon
There are two things that determine a successful life, our relationship with ourselves and our relationships with others. As with personal development, relational development needs awareness, acceptance, appreciation, action, and adherence. Couple's counselling works to rebuild this foundation, establishing a safe place to address our needs, triggers, and desires.
Are you and your partner feeling disconnected? Not seeing eye to eye? Facing tough decisions? Struggling with barriers that have been blocking your ability to trust or be intimate with one another?
You don’t have to keep struggling, feeling misunderstood or upset by you and your partner’s interactions. There is a way, and you both deserve a chance to find it. Couple's therapy can help you navigate your path to a healthier life. Together, we face an array of issues, helping you resolve conflict, work through infidelity or abuse, address different perspectives, rekindle the romance, face life transitions, and more.
Healthy relationships encompass both our relationship with ourselves and our relationships with others. As we work together, we build a solid foundation that can carry you through any difficulties that may arise. The goal of couple's therapy is to provide support as the couple acknowledges, confronts, addresses, and overcomes the challenges that come their way.
Communication is the key to strengthening a couples’ trust and connection. Having healthy communication means being able to express your needs, listening, and respecting each other. Couple's therapy can help identify harmful habits and find new helpful ways to communicate with one another.
Connection promotes intimacy on all levels. Connected partners feel drawn to each other, mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. This connection provides safety, where each partner is comfortable being vulnerable with the other. Couple's therapy can address the drift that happens in relationships and help you navigate your way back to each other.
Trust is foundational for a healthy relationship. In order to have trust, you must have commitment, safety, and reliability. When trust has been broken, the foundation of the relationship cracks, resulting in instability, insecurity and division. Couple's therapy can help you navigate this breach, allowing space to mend the cracks and rebuild a solid foundation to move forward.
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First time clients are asked to use the contact page to set up the initial session.
Each client may request a free initial consultation. This is not a therapy session, but rather a chance to meet and get a feel for how we can connect and work together.
During this consultation, we may discuss the fees and policies as we decide if we are a good fit to work together.
Why do we call our price list an investment instead of a cost? By definition, cost is just an expenditure of money, time, or resources while an investment is an expenditure that is sent out because it has the possibility of a return. We say investment instead of cost because you are not simply expending resources, you are investing in yourself, your health and wellbeing.