Build intimacy, communication skills, and partnership with couples therapy.
Couples therapy develops intimacy and emotional growth within your relationship. We focus on expressing emotion, sharing perspectives to understand your partner’s experience and to help them understand yours, and making progress together – to grow together.
Are you ready for the next step in your relationship? We can help you get there.
How to know if couples therapy is for you and your partner
- You and your partner have difficulty making decisions together without arguments
- You feel distant from your partner and want to be vulnerable with each other
- You’re facing a difficult decision or transition in your relationship and want to make sure your relationship gets through it
- Relationship problems such as jealousy, lack of trust or honesty, communication challenges, and so on are affecting the positive parts of your relationship
What you can accomplish in couples therapy
- Practice communicating with your partner and being vulnerable together so that you can have a deeper relationship moving forward
- Understand your partner’s experience of you and your relationship so that you can better communicate and support them
- Learn how to share your own experience in a way that your partner can hear and understand what you need and want
- Increase problem solving and decision making skills within your relationship
- Learn conflict resolution that both you and your partner are happy with
How to get started with couples therapy
We know it can be intimidating to start couples therapy – especially if you’ve never been before. We do our best to make it easy and simple so that you can start improving your relationship – now.
Fill out the paperwork
We’ll send you paperwork via email so that you and your partner can review and fill it out together. You can submit the completed paperwork online before your first session.
Show up to your first session
Come prepared to talk about what you’re looking for in couples therapy, why you feel you need therapy now, and the outcomes that you’d like to work on throughout the therapy process.