Provides online therapy
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BCBS, EMI, Medicaid, Molina
“Get married!” they said. “It’ll be fun!” they said. “It’ll be hard work, take a lot of patience, and a ton of communication!” is what they should have said. Committing ourselves to another individual for the rest of forever is one of the biggest and scariest decisions we can make. But, unfortunately, sometimes life gets in the way of that commitment, and for whatever reason, we begin to drift apart from our partner and feel like we’ve, to quote The Righteous Brothers, “lost that loving feeling.”
My goal is to help couples recognize personal and relational strengths and to assist both individuals in identifying the areas where improvement will be the most beneficial personally and within the relationship. Both individuals bring a unique perspective as well as their talents into the relationship. This unique perspective helps shine a light on where the disconnect is personally and within the relationship. Hope is what couples are looking for when they come in for marriage counseling; hope that the relationship is salvageable, hope that communication will increase, hope that they can rekindle the love they know is there.