As Marriage and Family Therapist's, we work with individuals in the context of relationships. These relationships can be with a significant other, parent or family member, a colleague or peer. As we move through various transition periods of our lives we are faced with decisions that can sometimes prove challenging. We can help you through these challenges. We work with clients at all phases of the life cycle and who are trying to cope with a variety of life’s challenges. Examples include:

  • Moving away from home for the first time

  • Considering a new relationship or ending a present one

  • LGBTQ issues, including considering coming out, coming to terms with and/or supporting a loved one

  • Adult Adoptee Issues

  • Birth Parent Relinquishment Decisions

  • Caring for an elderly parent

  • Raising a special need child 
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Couples come to therapy for a variety of reasons:

  • Unresolved Issues

  • Financial Stress

  • Different Parenting Styles or

  •  Religious Practices                              

  • Infidelity

  • Poor Communication

  • Loss of Romance or Connection

  • Considering Divorce

  • Preparing for Parenting

  • Infertility Issues

  • Others

 

Couples therapy requires a willingness and commitment for change to occur, but when you are feeling angry, holding on to old resentments or unsure if you feel like continuing in your relationship making this commitment may not even feel possible. You have come to this website, because you are considering changing your relationship. We hope you will come in for your first session to learn about how we can help you repair your relationship, renew hope and restore those loving connections.

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