Available in person in California, on zoom for Oregon Monday-Thursday
Beacon /medi-cal, OHP (JCC), out of network
My weekly practice is full, I am offering this marathon session in person.
Are you and your spouse missing each other? Are your attempts to connect failing? You are not alone in your desire for a better marriage. I would enjoy working with you. We will collaborate to strengthen your relationship bond while gaining understanding of each individual needs.
While working with couples, my hope is to help you regain your connection. Most couples have perpetual problems, long standing things that no amount of communication is resolving. With the tools in this method I will help you learn ways to talk to each other about conflict and build connections.
I have taken the trainings for working with couples with addiction as well as trauma and affair recovery.
This marathon session is good for a couple that is trying to get back on track.
This is for couples who have struggled for some time with friendship or conflict, have a desire to enhance intimacy, needing help making big life decisions (i.e., to have children, to make a job change, to relocate, etc.),
need support to recover from an affair.
My couples in the past have come in disconnected due to breach of trust, resentment, conflict, some of them “never fight” and do not know what their perpetual problems are yet have a resentment and disconnection. After treatment they find ways to connect, they can make repairs in a lasting way, they resolve long standing conflicts, they start to trust each other and express themselves in a clear way.
We will meet at the resort Friday December 4th at 4:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday we will meet from 8:00AM-12:00pm
break for lunch 12:00-1:00pm (lunch on your own, lots of delicious options in Ashland)
Saturday 1:00-6:00pm - we will take short breaks as needed
Sunday morning from 8:00am to 10:00am - wrap up and set up plans for the future, how to implement all the new interventions, resources and coping skills.
LGBTQ, woman’s issues, parenting, depression, anxiety, trauma