Relationship Therapy

Seeking help with your relationships? Schedule a free 20 minute phone consultation today 

My approach to couples therapy is to work with an individual member of the couple. Often times when relationships are strained and conflictual, it is better to work one on one with the therapist confidentially, before talking with your significant other. By doing so, you can resolve some of your own issues that impact the relationship and grow to understand your spouse/partner in the safety and privacy of the therapist’s office.

With the use of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, we can identify the underlying couple dynamics and create change.

Some strategies you can use today to support your relationship:

* Pay attention to the language you use. Move away from “me vs. you” and shame / blame language.  The more you talk about what works for the both of you, the less strain on the relationship.

* Focus on the positive side of your relationships. Talk about common interests, aspects of your partner that you like and admire and what brings the two of you together.

* Be open to learning from your partner, understanding does not always mean agreeing and that is ok.

* Stay with one argument at a time. Do not bring in all past transgressions to a conversation.

* Be gentle with your criticisms. Talk about the behavior you want changed kindly avoid attacking the character of your spouse.

*Not all relationships are healthy. Some relationships cause emotional and/or physical harm. Therapy can also help you to uncouple.

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