Our ability to be in relationship, whether it be couples, partners, families, blended families, divorced families, are fundamental to the daily experience and quality of our lives. Often people enter therapy because they feel unable to stop their loved one or their relationship from falling apart, or they view therapy as a last resort. Loneliness, discontent and a difficulty controlling and regulating emotions can be symptoms that a primary relationship is caught in a negative spiral or that meaningful communication is somehow blocked. Following through by showing up to the 1st appointment, particularly in couples therapy, takes courage and signals a reason for hope and a genuine willingness to change. In 12 weekly sessions, clients can expect a significant shift. In this time, I work to identify the shared goals and vision of how successful therapy will impact their lives and then we unpack the relationship and start to rebuild it within a framework w/intention and mutual buy-in.