Sunday-Thursday 6am-7pm and Friday 9am-1pm
Whether I am working with couples, with or without ADHD (my specialty), who are considering marriage or who have been married for years or decades, the Gottman Method helps me assess individual and relationship issues and concerns. From there, we delve into what’s creating the challenges in your relationship.
When a couple enters therapy, it’s the counselor’s job to hear, validate, referee, and empower the couple to resolve their conflicts. Without tools and strategies for healing relationships, couples can be in therapy for a long time.
The Gottman Method allows us to focus on the heart of what is wrong so we can accurately assess if healing is possible. For some couples, the goal is to simply figure out what to do. All options are on the table. If breaking up is the next “right” step, we will talk about it.
Healing is a requirement from both sides if a marriage is to grow past its wounds.
As a Gottman certified couples therapist and Level 3 PACT therapist, I bring lots of tools to our sessions. These tools allow you to access the heart of what you’re experiencing in your relationship so you find a stronger connection or clearer path ahead.
I will help you fix the most common relationship problems, which normally fall into one or more of these buckets:
2. Sex & Intimacy
3. Money, Career & Big-picture
5. In-laws, Step Kids & Extended Family
6. Shared Goals & Values
7. Criticism, Defensiveness, Shame & Blame
8. Not Enough Attention Or Appreciation
I counsel many couples with ADHD, addictions, PTSD, anxiety/depression and betrayal issues.
If your issue is not listed above, don’t be concerned because every relationship is different and we will figure out how to improve your relationship too.
Working together, we develop a strategic, tailored plan for how you can address your challenges as a unified couple.
Contact me for a free consult and ask about retreats/intensives.