Problems have entered your relationship.
The two of you have become frustrated with one another. There’s an unspoken heaviness, making every interaction feel strained. The misunderstandings are constant, leaving you feeling diminished and unheard.
You lie in bed each night, but it’s like an invisible wall between you. The divide has grown over time. Work and kids have pulled you in different directions, and now you barely connect. When you try to talk, it often leads to arguments and pain.
A weight of loneliness keeps tugging at both of your hearts. Although you yearn for affection and understanding, both seem out of reach.
The heartache is real and painful, and you don’t want to let go of what you once had, but you are unsure how to mend the brokenness.
But there’s a way, and I’m here to help.
Without judgment, let’s start by looking at what led you here. Then, together, we’ll find how to bring life back into your relationship.
We’ll work on healing the pain and learning new ways to thrive.
We’ll rebuild the love you once had from the ground up.
You’ll learn to communicate openly and be kind to each other. Relationships change over time, and it’s time for you to change together.
Don’t wait any longer.
Exploring couples therapy is essential for healing and strengthening your relationship. My approach provides a unique perspective on relationship dynamics and offers valuable insights into how you and your partner can overcome challenges and grow together.
The Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT) is a research-based method that delves into the biology of human attachment and the intricate ways the wiring of our brains allows us to connect with others and Nonviolent Communication (NVC) to help couples resolve conflict by learning how to communicate effectively with empathic connection that supports each others feelings and core needs.
I use a contemporary and holistic approach that emphasizes the importance of understanding not just the psychological but also the physiological aspects of your relationship. Your love story is worth the effort, and it’s never too late to start the next chapter together.
You deserve better.
Schedule a free 30-minute consultation, and let’s begin your journey to healing and happiness.
Common Relationship Struggles
- Fighting a lot
- Withholding information and keeping secrets
- Addictions/Compulsions (alcohol, drugs, porn)
- Money and finances
- Drifting apart
- Preparing for the next step/getting married
- Divorce or separation
- Mental health issues
- Division of labor
- Our parents, in-laws, elder care
- Health issues
- Work, career, job loss, employment issues