Are you tired of bickering with your partner about the same thing over and over again? Does it feel like the intimacy and passion are fleeting from your relationship? You love your partner, but you've noticed that you feel more like roommates than lovers? These questions and many others are common thoughts couples report having prior to deciding to pursue couples therapy.

Common Pain Points

  • Sexual Desire
  • Intimacy
  • Communication
  • Parenting
  • Financial Stress
  • Infedelity
  • Frequent Fighting
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Disconnection

In couples counseling, I assist partners in cultivating a healthy relationship experience by exploring alternative and effective ways to reconnect. I utilize a proactive and preventative approach to couples therapy and relationship coaching as a means to help couples enhance and maintain a healthy partnership filled with love, happiness, passion, intimacy, commitment, connection and so much more!

The more effectively dependent people are on one another, the more independent and daring they become.
— Amir Levine, M.D. & Rachel S.F. Heller, M.A. Attached

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What can we expect from couples therapy?

My approach is goal-oriented and systems based. We establish goals that you and your partner would like to reach throughout therapy. We will check-in about these goals throughout therapy and adjust accordingly. Once your goals are reached, therapy is complete.

  • Our sex life is in a rut, can you help?

Short answer. Yes. Long answer, it will take time. Desire doesn't appear over night but with exploration, processing, and tool-based approaches, we can re-establish more fulfilling intimacy between you and your partner.

  • We are constantly yelling, what can we do?

Effective communication takes practice. Together we will work through the common barriers and unhealthy patterns to help you and your partner establish long-term connection.