Feeling disconnected- emotionally and physically- from the most important person in our lives is exceptionally painful. It can also be confusing, frustrating and lonely.
One of the areas where I specialize is in helping couples reconnect with one another. This therapy is available for married, non married, dating, committed and not-committed couples. This can mean working simply on communication and connection, and making time for one another in our busy lives. I primarily use an Emotionally-Focused Therapy approach to help couples reconnect. This approach has been found to help between 70-90% of couples dramatically improve their relationships, and I am one of just a few therapists in the area to have such extensive training in emotionally focused therapy.
Infidelity and affairs can be especially difficult for couples to navigate, and do not necessarily have to mean the end of a relationship. I use a step-by-step approach, inspired by the work of Esther Perel and Janis Abrahms Spring to help couples move through the especially difficult time following infidelity in a relationship.
Sexuality is another important part of intimate relationships- and common area of conflict for many couples. I am experienced and comfortable working through these personal issues combining heart with knowledge of neuroscience and the science of relationships. My goal is to help you feel comfortable, supported and also challenged on the journey that you make investing in yourself and your relationship. You won’t have to walk it alone.