Relationship Counseling

Relationship counseling tries to improve communication within the relationship while making sure that, when expressing their feelings, those in the relationship are not abusive in any way and do not ridicule each other.

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I use Prepare/Enrich for premarital counseling and those looking to establish a healthy foundation for their future together.

— Grace Yeh, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Cedar Park, TX

Utilizing aspects of Gottman and Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), this approach helps people become more aware of emotions, how to regulate them, and increase awareness of the multiple layers of emotional experiences that impacts their reactivity and communication. This method helps to bridge understanding and empathy, and cultivate healthier ways to communicate which fosters closeness, respect, and intimacy.

— Stephanie Gast, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Fullerton, CA

As an expert in Relationship Counselling, my experience and proficiency have been honed over many years of professional practice. Over the years, I have helped countless individuals and couples navigate the complexities of their interpersonal relationships, facilitating improved communication, conflict resolution, and emotional understanding.

— Sherol Ziegenbein, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in St. Petersburg, FL

If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationship, you are not alone. Millions of couples all over the world go through periods of discontent, stress, anxiety, and more. You may think you are alone, but we want you to know you don’t have to try to manage the strains of your relationship on your own. Therapy can help you find a work-life balance and build a new connection with your partner.

— Grief Recovery Center, Licensed Professional Counselor in Houston, TX

Help individuals or couples work through issues holding themselves back from being their true selves within relationships or in obtaining healthy relationships.

— Michael Keesey, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Walnut Creek, CA

I work with relationships to ensure that relationships provide mutual satisfaction and happiness in all parties. Goal examples include: communicating more effectively, understanding of desire discrepancy, overcoming infidelity, etc.

— Kristen Sison, Sex Therapist in Lafayette, LA

In most of the studies done about modalities and approaches, the number one and most common denominator of good results in therapy is the relationship between the client and the therapist.

— Bettina Bruno Brown, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Sunrise, FL

Building and maintaining emotional intimacy is essential for the health of any relationship. I specialize in helping individuals and couples reconnect on a deep emotional level, rekindling the bonds that make relationships thrive. Our sessions will focus on enhancing emotional intimacy, rediscovering shared values, and nurturing the unique connection you share.

— Malory Lund, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in Spokane, WA

I work with 1 or more partners at a time to explore relationship dynamics. I also offer the Gottman Couples Counseling Assessment for a thorough relationship evaluation. I'm trained in Levels 1 & 2 of Gottman Method Couples Counseling.

— Heather Shannon, Sex Therapist in ,

Helping people have good relationships is my reason for being a therapist. I have done extensive training, research and reading on what makes good relationships and how to help people maintain boundaries and flourish in the relational sphere.

— Kaitlin Moore, Licensed Professional Counselor

I've received training in the Developmental Model from the Couples Institute. This is foundational for all relationships but has a strong focus on how couples develop and get "stuck" in certain predictable places due largely to our particular upbringing and views based on our past experiences.

— Marian Redsun, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Relationship Counseling for individuals focuses on helping you improve your relationships with others (spouse, family, friends). We will explore issues in your relationship, work on improving your positive communication skills, improve interactions, reduce your social anxiety, and resolve conflicts. We can also dive deeper into your negative patterns of behavior and how your past trauma or negative experiences have influenced your present thoughts and behaviors.

— Clarissa Stolte, Licensed Professional Counselor

Relationship counseling can occur with an individual or a family unit, whether that be a partnership, a family leadership unit, or a parent and child. I am trained in EFT, as well as multiple other family therapy methods. I taught Couple and Family Therapy and Advanced Couple and Family Therapy at Adler University for a decade. Relationship counseling often focuses on attachment safety, connection and intimacy, healthy expression, and shared understanding or perspective.

— Marla Vannucci, Clinical Psychologist in Chicago, IL