Whether you want your relationship to go from good to great or feel like you are in a hopeless situation, participating in couples’ counseling can help. In therapy, partners can develop greater emotional safety, rebuild trust and heal hurt, and experience a closer more satisfying bond. We all deserve to love and to be loved deeply.
Relationship Tools & Resources
Emotionally Focused Therapy is an effective therapy approach that helps couples address persistent emotional wounds and increase their security, closeness, and connection with each other. By forming a deeper long-lasting bond, couples are better able to find solutions together.
Prepare/Enrich quickly identifies the strengths and growth areas in your relationship and useful skills to improve.
Hold Me Tight, Sue Johnson - Outward behaviors are easily misunderstood. The compounding of disappointment over time can lead to anger and hurt that seems insurmountable, but it doesn't have to be. There is so often, an unmet need for love that drives couples' hurtful behavior.
The Five Love Languages, Gary Chapman - Not everyone expresses or receives love in the same way. Learn the styles specific to you and people you care about.
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, John Gottman - Research has identified specific behaviors between partners that lead to either the destruction or construction of a loving relationship. Learn what to do and not to do, to improve yours.