Are you finding smooth, constructive communication with your partner to be a challenge lately?
It might feel dangerous or risky to tell them how you are really feeling.
Maybe discussions more often turn into arguments, with raised voices and high tempers.
Perhaps you’re yearning to reestablish the sort of connection you and your partner once had, and even deepen it.
Couples therapy can be helpful throughout the life of a relationship: when considering cohabitation, entering formal unions, becoming parents, or after many decades of partnership. Its potential benefits aren’t limited by sexual identity, sexual orientation, or family configuration.
My approach to working with couples is guided by Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT). My training is through the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT), which was founded by Sue Johnson, EdD, the originator and developer of EFT.
If this all feels familiar, I hope you’ll get in touch so we can explore how I can help.