Couples Counseling

Every couple fights once in a while. It’s a normal, and even healthy, part of most relationships. However, when the frequency and seriousness of your fights start affecting your health and well-being, it may be time to speak with a professional. A therapist specializing in couples counseling is trained to help you and your partner(s) develop tools to better communicate (and fight constructively), help you achieve goals together, or move past a specific event or cause of conflict (such as infidelity, sex, or household duties). In addition to helping those in a relationship have a healthier partnership, couples counseling can also be helpful if you and your partner are considering a breakup or a divorce – having a professional guide you can aide the both of you in making an informed decision. Think it might be time to give couples counseling a try? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s couples counseling experts today.

Meet the specialists

Couples can be complicated. Certainly, therapy for couples can be complex. Not only are there two people to consider, but the relationship between them! So really there are three entities that need to be attended to as therapy progresses. I am trained in two very powerful, research-based methods for dealing with couples: Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples and the Gottman Method. Fortunately, these methods work well side by side, and I borrow from each of them when work with a particular couple seems to need something they offer. Therapy is never "cookie cutter" - each person and relationship is different and unique. That's why multiple approaches offer the best probability of reaching the relationship where it most needs healing. I help couples find their way back to each other, when time and life and misunderstandings have them miles apart. Give me a call and let's get your relationship on the road to health.

— Diana Walla, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in West Lake Hills, TX

I believe that the key to strong and enduring relationships is the development of a strong sense of self. While the goal for most couples is to create a deep sense of intimacy, developing a strong sense of self is a prerequisite to creating emotional connection. Initially, the primary focus in my work with individuals, couples, and families is the individual growth and differentiation of each person in order to increase a strong sense of self. My work with clients then moves toward increasing their capacity to accept and tolerate differences, a process that must occur prior to increasing the emotional bond. The objective of my work is to facilitate the process of knowing yourself, which includes knowing what you need and want. You are responsible for articulating what you need and want to your partner and/or others from a direct and non-judgmental perspective that includes self awareness and the desire to know yourself and others you are connected to. I facilitate you, your partner, and/or other family members in identifying and communicating your needs and wants to each other.

— Kathy Hardie-Williams, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Tigard, OR
 

I enjoy working with couples and wrote a book about called Mindful Loving, which is a best seller. I can teach you several methods to have a more peaceful and enjoyable marriage.

— Henry Grayson, Psychologist in New York, NY
 

Couples Counseling helps couples and partners to resolve their differences and improve their overall ability to relate to one another.

— Courtney Brown, in Los Gatos, CA

Our approach is based on the following: •Therapy for couples by couples: offering a balanced perspective and positive experience for both members in the relationship. •The couple is seen together—ensuring partners change at the same pace. •An integrated approach: We work with all aspects of the relationship. •The common goal: Experience tells us that relationships work when each of the partners feels the other holds them as the most important person in their lives.

— William Drier, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Waterloo, IA
 

Some of our deepest pain in life is experienced within our most intimate relationships. Utilizing my training in Restoration Therapy, we are able to uncover the pain we bring into our current relationships and how we respond in pain. Also, how our partners pain activates us and how can we find peace.

— Aimee Grimm, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Montrose, CA

Working with couples is some of the most important work that I do. I don't believe that it has to be too late to have people rediscover each other and create the lives that they want to leave. Couples work bridges gender, in that it mainly involves two people who want to make their relationship work, whatever else is going on. Esther Perel has said that couples work often involves making sense of a play which you didn't know you were auditioning for. I can help you find your way.

— Gilbert Bliss, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Towson, MD
 

I use the skills & tools during my training with the Gottman Method, Sex Therapy, & PREPARE/ENRICH training. Through couples counseling, we learn new skills that will help improve communication, increase intimacy, & sexual satisfaction & freedom. Couples counseling isn't just for relationships that are in trouble, but for couples who want to enhance an already healthy relationship by learning new things & exploring new ideas.

— Monique Randle, Clinical Social Worker in Malvern, AR

Are you looking to improve your relationships, but don't know how ? People often come to couples therapy without the benefit of knowing what a healthy relationship really is. They don't know how to express anger, sadness and disappointment without attacking their partner or trying to extract guilt. Couples therapy becomes the place to untangle all the things that you might have been told were acts of love, but were in fact acts of criticism, judgment, harshness, coldness or self-preservation.

— Sandra Farrell, Counselor in MASHPEE, MA
 

My degree and license are in marriage and family therapy, and within that degree, I have focused primarily on marital therapy, also known as couples therapy or relationship therapy. Intimate relationships are the most important and also the most difficult relationships in our lives, and most people can benefit from some support. Imagine how your life would improve if you could consistently find peace, connection, support, energy, and warmth from your partner! I would love to support you in this.

— Gretta Duleba, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Seattle, WA

I hold advanced membership in the Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the premiere professional organization for couples and family therapists in the nation. I achieved this membership by taking extensive post-doctoral coursework and workshops and receiving over one hundred hours of individual clinical supervision. I see couples regularly and have a clear sense of how I interact with them. In essence I see the two as a system, and it is the system that needs to be treated.

— Randy Moredock, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Lawrence, KS

We are certified as PREPARE/ENRICH facilitators which means we can administer this assessment to measure and help improve your relationship’s strengths and growth areas. In addition our practice utilizes the Gottman Relationship Checkup for couples struggling with serious relationship issues. Our therapists have also received continuing education in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) - the only model of couple therapy that has been tested and shown to create lasting change in over 20 studies!

— Anderson Counseling & Education, Licensed Professional Counselor in Fort Mill, SC
 

I have had specialized training working with infidelity/affairs, emotionally focused therapy, relational life therapy and Gottman Method. I continue to receive further training in these methods and other approaches.

— Julia Ayraud, Counselor in The Woodlands, TX

We've structured modern life around the idea that one big relationship should be everything: the place where you get acceptance and intimacy, friendship and love, spontaneity and mischief. Everything all rolled into one. And for so many, and maybe you too, it’s just not working. Let’s be honest, relationships are complicated. We want too much, or expect too little, from our partner(s) and often WE don’t know exactly what we want, much less how to ask for it. Add in sex, and our societal taboos around discussing it, and you can get a big mess. I’m committed to guiding individuals, couples, and partnerships to more pleasurable intimate experiences and lives. We’ll work together to create forward-thinking tools to help you speak clearly and sincerely around what you need to enjoy the intimate life you want.

— Madeline Fox, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Portland, OR
 

Working with relationship is one of my favorite things to do. Often couples need support and I love offering that support! I have completed levels 1 and 2 of the Gottman training., as well as a 40 hour meditation training with Center for Conflict Resolution.

— kaseja wilder, Counselor in Eugene, OR

Robyn is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist with advanced training in several other forms of couples’ therapy, such as Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT), IMAGO, Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT).

— Robyn Brickel, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Alexandria, VA
 

Creating structures and practices to help you communicate more deeply and authentically with your partner.

— Karen Wolfe, Marriage & Family Therapist in San francisco, CA

Sometimes people are unsure how a third party can help a relationship feel better. My office is a safe space where everybody is heard. All are equally important. Relationship or family members will safely explore how they might shift their part of the relational 'system', freeing other members to respond differently too. We will work on communication skills, empathy, self-awareness, potential power adjustments and more. When a problematic interaction between feelings and behaviors changes, then the whole relationship changes. Feelings of love, trust, safety and tenderness, perhaps buried for a long time, can resurface. Once they do we work to understand how to care for the relationship moving forward. You and your loved ones will leave therapy equipped with new tools to face life's challenges.

— Hugh Simmons, Clinical Social Worker in Austin, TX
 

I have studied, taught and practiced couples therapy for over 30 years. I have studied, taken classes and workshops in Emotionally Focused Therapy, Imago therapy, Family Systems, Psychoanalytic Couples Therapy, Gottman Therapy and many others over the years. I also have designed and facilitated numerous brief Couples Workshops for Building Communication and Intimacy Skills.

— Esther Lerman, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Oakland, CA

Well, I've been blissfully married for decades (to the same guy!) and so know from experience how very challenging relationships can be. Also, for ten years I lead two weekly groups that grounded my expertise as a guide for the couples' journey. I will always be grateful for what those individuals taught me. They demonstrated the humanity and dedication to overcome almost any obstacle in order to enjoy a great partnership. In return, I introduced them to the best models, theories, videos, movies and books out there about healthy relationships. I truly believe in, and can teach you, how to make your lasting relationship hot, and your hot relationship last.

— Valerie Keim, Counselor in Pleasant Hill, CA
 

Gottman level 3 trained, completed certifcation in 9 US military Strong bonds programs, I have developed mnay resources and use an eclectic approach that works.

— Mark Kolodziej, Counselor in Calgary,

Knowing that our early life experiences in our family of origin provide a framework for how we operate in relationships, Elizabeth is focused on helping clients process and heal from emotional wounds and then identify and break free from long standing patterns that maintain couple distress, and help couples find new ways to connect that promote intimacy and wholeness. The goal of EFT couples therapy is to create a more secure emotional bond that leads to more satisfaction, intimacy and trust.

— Elizabeth Pankey-Warren, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Boca Raton, FL
 

In addition to my experience responding to the needs of persons with histories of trauma, I am trained as a couples and family therapist. I have considerable experience with couples struggling with infertility, family planning, adoption, child-rearing, difference in culture, background or temperament, or struggling with illness, disability, separation, divorce, remarriage, care-giving and questions and conflicts regarding lifestyle or decision making. I have been broadly trained in a variety of modalities with known efficacy in supporting couples, and draw from attachment theory, AEDP, EFT and Collaborative Couple's Therapy in my work. As a therapist, I am kind, thoughtful, warm and fair. I am deeply committed to assisting couples to learn and grow together as partners, and believe that the struggles we experience in our relationships are often an incredible opportunity for learning, growth and deepening understanding and closeness.

— Rawna Romero, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Alameda, CA
 

Most people start their relationship lives believing that the 3 Ls, love, liking, and lust are all they need to have relationship success. But the Ls’ alone are not enough. Learning to develop deeply mutual relationships, maintaining and celebrating you own identity and the identity of the other, takes work, skill, compassion, and time. People who understand that a healthy relationship is vital to happiness and success, commit to nurturing and maintaining their relationships. That investment

— Michael Johnson, Psychologist in AUSTIN, TX, TX

Through my extensive experience working with couples, I am able to help my clients learn how to communicate their experience of upset without replaying the "blame-shame" cycle. Couples participate in a process of healing through increased consciousness, compassion, and behavior change. Relationships are work but with the right guidance, couples can transform their relationship into one of closeness, intimacy and growth.

— Jill Kaufman, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Princeton, NJ

I am a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist (EFT) for Couples. Certification in this method requires extensive training and an independent review of taped sessions with clients. About half my practice is seeing couples of all kinds. I am really enthusiastic about this model, and the way it helps me lead couples to deeper, more resilient connections. You can learn more about it at iceeft.com. EFT is a thoroughly researched, effective way to help partners attach.

— Annette Holloway PsyD, Clinical Psychologist in San Francisco, CA
 

Living and loving as a couple can be very wonderful and also SO EXTREMELY HARD. Asking for help to improve or save your relationship is very scary. I have been trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy where it is believed that individual attachment styles inform how you relate in a couple. I help you and your partner identify the maladaptive ways in which you have been communicating and teach you healthy steps to improve and enhance your relationship.

— Laurie Levine, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Herndon, VA

While in school my focus was immediately on couple work, and that has continued throughout my practice and accounts for the bulk of my work. Over the years a unique addition came in the form of divorced or separated pairs seeking to co-parent effectively. I've worked with many families like this and it's become a passion of mine to help families function well even when they've decided to live apart.

— Molly Lizzio, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Syracuse, NY

I work with couples to improve communication and connection. I help couples learn to be vulnerable with one another creating greater emotional intimacy.

— Lynne Coon, Counselor in Portland, OR
 

The majority of my practice is couples counseling. I strongly believe in the power of healthy relationships and the potential they provide us. When we are happy in our relationships, everything in the world seems great and when we are having problems in our relationships, everything in life seems like it is falling apart even if it isn't. I love helping couples build happy, healthy, and fulfilling relationships and have better sex!

— Corrin Voeller, Marriage & Family Therapist in St. Louis Park, MN

I have training in EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) and in The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy developed by Ellyn Bader, PhD and Pete Pearson, PhD. I am part of a consultation group of couples therapists who provide ideas and support, so that I can get feedback and information to be able to bring you the expertise of many other therapists when I am working with you!

— Amy McManus, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los Angeles, CA

My couples counseling training is extensive, including three levels of the Gottman Method Couples Therapy), PREP training, and Prepare/Enrich. All of which center around relationship counseling. Gottman Method is the cream of the crop. I've read more books than I can count of couples and relationships (and continue to read and re-read), and receive ongoing consultation for working with people in relationships.

— Tara Vossenkemper, Counselor in Columbia, MO
 

I provide couples and marriage counseling for a wide range of relationship issues. Communication problems, parenting issues (where parents do not agree on how to parent), intimacy issues, lack of connection, trust issues, and infidelity–including emotional affairs. Even in the best relationships, patterns that were once functional and helpful may become dysfunctional and disruptive. Identifying what those patterns are and how to change them can help a couple break out of a negative and unproductive cycle. These patterns are often road blocks to improved intimacy, communications and happiness together. Even in the most difficult circumstances, in therapy, couples often find ways to move past bad times and either stay together in a stronger relationship/marriage or separate/divorce in a less contentious manner. Occasionally couples come to marriage counseling with the goal of separating. Whether the intention is to stay together or separate, our goal in therapy is for either a harmonious marriage or a harmonious divorce. Ugly divorces cause more pain and suffering to everyone.

— Marion Rollings, Psychologist in Hillsborough, NJ
 

With your commitment to improve your marriage or relationship, using some of the most effective methods of couples therapy - Emotion Focused Couples Therapy and the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy, I can help you get your relationship back on track.

— Brian Gieringer, Marriage & Family Therapist in Atlanta, GA
 

I enjoy working with both individuals and couples. I find that working with people within the couple relationship often improves the quality of life each individual significantly. Conversely, when working within the couple relationship, it is sometimes discovered that individual work is essential before a couple can improve their relationship, as one or both people within the relationship may need to do some of their own personal work before the relationship can improve.

— Colleen Burke-Sivers, Counselor in Portland, OR

I have extensive training and experience working with couples. I have a master's degree in marriage and family therapy and I am currently a PhD student in a program that specializes in marriage and family therapy. My dissertation and research focuses on intimate/romantic/sexual relationships

— Amber Ray, Counselor in University Heights, OH
 

Are you feeling distant from your partner? Have you lost that 'loving feeling" you once had? We can help you reconnect and rebuild a healthy, satisfying relationship with your loved one. It is possible to have a relationship you look forward to going home to once again. To live a satisfying life, we must nourish relationships that make us feel happier, healthier, and more effective in all areas of our life. I can help you and your partner create a supportive and loving relationship.

— Carlene Lehmann, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Austin, TX
 

As a counselor trained specifically in couples, marriage, and family therapy, I specialize in relationship counseling with all types of couples, including straight, gay, queer, trans, non-binary, poly, and kink. I use a variety of proven modalities with couples to support each unique relationship. Past clients have appreciated my ability to make them feel safe to explore what's really going on.

— Kelly Arthur, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Intern in Portland, OR

When you have family in your name, you know you have to specialize in couples counseling. The owner, Amy Rollo, has doctoral level training in almost 2 doctorates in marriage and family therapy. Our training includes Gottman, Emotion Focused Therapy, Sex Therapy, IMAGO, narrative therapy, and solution focused therapy.

— Heights Family Counseling, Counselor in Houston, TX

PACT Level II - a Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy

— Carisa Wilder, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Ann Arbor, MI
 

Couples counseling can help couples with a wide range of issues both positive and negative. Therapy will help give the couple insight into their shared strengths and weaknesses, as well as help identify these with each individual. As your therapist, I will act as a neutral mediator to help teach you better ways to communicate, build/rebuild trust and intimacy, and solve problems together. Couples willing to remain open and committed can overcome problems and increase their bond with one another.

— Melissa Kramer, Clinical Social Worker in Middletown, NJ

My license is in Marriage & Family Therapy which equips me to work with relationships of all types. My approach to couples work is somewhat eclectic, always experiential and embodied using somatic psychology, attachment theory, the Five Love Languages, and Nonviolent Communication. I believe having a whole sense of self vs becoming enmeshed in a partnership has a healthier balance. Just as much as I work with couples to deepen their communication, emotional intimacy and reconnect intimately, I also work with some couples to consciously uncouple and liberate each other to new life experiences. I am comfortable working with all configurations of relationships including same sex, open marriages, and poly/kink clients.

— Vanessa Tate, Marriage & Family Therapist in Denver, CO

Trained as a couples and family counselor, I really value having the members of a relationship all present in the room because I find that it is incredibly helpful for figuring out where emotional hurt, ineffective communication and unhelpful patterns are getting in the way. I utilize primarily EFT and Gottman methods in my integrative approach to couples therapy.

— Sonia Holdaway, Counselor in Portland, OR

As a strong believer in marriage, I love doing couples counseling. I use a number of approaches including my training in both Gottman and Prepare/Enrich. The results of the Prepare/Enrich assessments help to effectively and quickly pinpoint areas of strength and areas of growth within the marriage and helps to provide a picture of the relationship and where to focus the therapy. Gottman, also researched based provides concrete and effective tools to build a strong and successful marriage.

— Lisa Dyck, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Westlake Village, CA

I use my training in couples therapy most frequently with couples who find themselves in unmapped territory. Sometimes this is due to life plans not working out, which means developing a new vision together. Sometimes a trauma or betrayal has occurred. I specialize in ​relationship therapy for gay, lesbian, and bi-sexual clients. I also work with relationships where one or more people are gender non-conforming. In particular, I'm experienced in working with couples where one person is considering a gender transition.

— Kathryn Stinson, Counselor in St. Louis, MO

I am trained in Gottman Couple Therapy and Strategic Family Therapy. Those training gave me tools to work with couples, and help me conceptualize the case. I also use Drama Therapy with couple s a lot, through Drama Therapy techniques, such as role play, doubling, sculptures, sand tray, couple are able to express the feelings that they couldn't express verbally, and they have more empathy for their partner.

— Michelle Chia Ning Chang, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Emeryville, CA

Sometimes it is hard to see "the forest but for the trees." I look to help you with power struggles, and to explore what is and isn't working in your relationship. It's very important to get past our defenses, to "see beyond the trees," and gain understanding as to the issues at hand from each partner's perspective. Once we feel heard, we can hear the other with greater clarity. i utilize many different approaches, including Imago therapy.

— Sandy Marsh, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los Angeles, CA
 

Couples counseling has been a focus of my work since the beginning. I also am married with children, so I know firsthand the ups and downs of family life. The work I do seeks to help you connect in new, deeper ways in the session. Once you experience more closeness, the conflicts you have will be easier to manage. I use Emotion Focused Couples Therapy to help you reconnect in our meetings together, and Gottman Couples Therapy is great for hard-to-resolve arguments.

— Dana Frederick, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Marietta, GA

I welcome couples of all genders and orientations. I use Gottman Method Couples Therapy in my work, which is a research-based treatment that helps you build on your foundation of friendship and respect, and learn to let the little things go. I have extensive training in assessing and treating intimate partner violence, which is any pattern of manipulation or control, up to and including violence. Couples counseling isn't always the best place to start in some situations, so I offer a free consultation to help you and/or your partner figure out your next steps.

— Sara Stanizai, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Long Beach, CA
 

I specialize in working with couples. My approach in couples therapy is fair, kind and collaborative. Often couples that come to me for help have found themselves locked in a pattern of relating that leads again and again to the problems they are hoping to address in couples therapy. I help couples identify and alter these patterns, often with insight into how they developed in the first place. We might also explore the connection between these patterns and each partner’s experience of early formative relationships.

— Bear Korngold, Clinical Psychologist in San Francisco, CA
 

Couples counseling is for romantic and non-romantic partners who find that they are in a negative pattern they cannot change. Counseling gives you a safe space to explore difficult and complex topics within your relationship. Couples counseling can be helpful to establish a new way of communicating that includes talking and listening empathically. It can help you identify and attend to your partner’s needs. It can increase and restore intimacy. You can work to make your relationship a safe, loving, and enjoyable place. Couples seek counseling for a number for reasons: constant fighting, lack of enjoyment with your partner, feelings of anger or jealousy, parenting problems, lack of intimacy, extended family conflicts, infidelity, and differences in lifestyle. Ignoring these problems will intensify them and cause more distance in your relationship. Couples therapy is open to LGBTQ couples, straight couples, and polyamorous relationships. Couples counseling is useful to non-romantic parties as well – business partners, dance partners, writing partners, anyone in a close relationship that could use some help.

— Lauren Rigney, Mental Health Counselor in New York, NY

Are you feeling distant from your partner? Have you lost that 'loving feeling" you once had? We can help you reconnect and rebuild a healthy, satisfying relationship with your loved one. It is possible to have a relationship you look forward to going home to once again. To live a satisfying life, we must nourish relationships that make us feel happier, healthier, and more effective in all areas of our life. I can help you and your partner create a supportive and loving relationship.

— Carlene Lehmann, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Austin, TX

I work with couples that have experienced infidelity and want to work on rebuilding their relationship. You don't have to be in the midst of a crisis to seek out help. Couples therapy is helpful for many couples whether dating, living together, or maintaining a long-distance relationship. Some typical issues addressed in couples therapy are infidelity, chronic illness, sex, anger, communication problems, child rearing, finances, substance abuse, and cross-cultural issues.

— Ania Scanlan, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Roseville, MN
 

When your relationships suffer, your entire can feel like a struggle. At times it can seem that even though you do your best to create fulfilling relationships, you can get stuck in patterns that prevent this from happening. We can all find ourselves stuck in this place at times, unable to change cycles in relationships. Change can begin by talking with a couples counselor trained in evidence based approaches who can provide tools to get out of unhealthy cycles and build healthy patterns

— Chris Paredes, Therapist in Seattle, WA

Strong intimate relationships serve as a solid foundation for many of life's endeavors...career, friendships, leisure, and spiritual pursuits. I have enjoyed a 30+ year relationship with my wife, and that relationship has given me the confidence to become my best self. I have helped many couples work through a wide variety of conflicts, including affairs, financial disagreements, parenting issues, poor communication, and many other problems. With your willing participation, I can help you, too!

— Matt Merrick, Counselor in Catalina, AZ
 

Whether dating, engaged or married, the Prepare/Enrich assessment offers a clear snapshot of the relationship and quickly pinpoints a relationship's strengths and growth areas allowing the therapy to be tailored to the areas that need the most help. The research based Gottman approach provides concrete tools to help build a strong, loving and emotionally healthy relationship.

— Lisa Dyck, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Westlake Village, CA
 

I love working with couples (and polycules)! I strive to create a safe atmosphere where each partner can feel heard and understood. Be forewarned....I give homework! But often that homework is a reminder to see past the conflict, and to remember to have fun.

— LAKink Shrink, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in West Los Angeles, CA

Traditional outpatient couples therapy is 45-60 minute sessions per week with a mental health provider who specializes in marriage & family therapy. The focus on these sessions is largely focused on improving communication and attachment, but also addresses underlying issues that may be acting as a barrier to success in your relationship.

— Deborah Blum, Counselor in North Miami Beach, FL

We specialize in helping couples dealing with a variety of common couple challenges and situations: -Communication blocks -Repeat Arguments -Disconnection and distance -Not feeling understood or a priority -Not feeling good enough for your partner; unable to make them happy -Not feeling like you can count on the other -Improving sexual connection -Desire discrepancies -Improving sexual satisfaction -Communication about sex -Relationship injury repair such as affairs or addiction -Rebuilding trust -Dealing with jealousy -Betrayal trauma and PTSD from relationship injuries or infidelity -Helping couples on the brink - can we repair? -Working with relationship ambivalence or uncertainty -Divorce prevention -Peaceful divorce -Parenting challenges -Not on the same parenting page -Lack of parenting support -Blending families -In-law conflict -Extended family relationships -Couples who work together; family business -Navigating religious differences

— Thrive Couple & Family Counseling Services, Counselor in Greenwood Village, CO
 

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— Dr Dan Amzallag, Marriage & Family Therapist in Gaithersburg, MD

My work with couples is eclectic depending on what the partners or spouses need both as a couple and as individuals. I primarily use a Systems approach and Emotionally Focused Therapy approach. In addition. However, I borrow from other's work like John Gottman when relevant. In addition, I will give brief homework or related readings that may highlight or reinforce the issues and concerns surfacing in our therapy session. On my website I have recommended books and other sources that may be help

— M. Douglas Evans, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Ann Arbor, MI
 

Couples counseling can help couples with a wide range of issues both positive and negative. Therapy will help give the couple insight into their shared strengths and weaknesses, as well as help identify these with each individual. The therapist will act as a neutral mediator to help teach the couple better ways to communicate, build/rebuild trust and intimacy, and solve problems together. Couples willing to remain open and committed can overcome problems and increase their bond with one another.

— Melissa Kramer, Clinical Social Worker in Middletown, NJ

Do you want to live happily after with your chosen person? Lets talk about it. Often couples come to counseling with many symptoms of a strained relationship. Much like a ball of yarn that is tangled, pulling on the string allows for unraveling getting to the source of discord. Pre-marital counseling is also available.

— DEANA KAHLE, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in San Bernardino, CA

Coupleship… This is the word that we like to use to describe the shared meaning, the shared experiences, and the shared values that hold two people together. Couples therapy can help modern couples stay connected and committed. Our clinicians utilize the Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy (Susan), the Gottman Method (Noelle & Brittany) and Prepare-Enrich (Noelle) in order to provide your relationship with additional support, insight and growth.

— Space Between Counseling Services, Licensed Professional Counselor in Baltimore, MD