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It's About Us!

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy leverages the strength of both partners to reveal a strong team. We focus on the pattern and work to address fears beyond defenses. Referencing marital skills from the Bader-Pearson Developmental Model of Couples Institute, and the Sound Relationship House of the Gottman Method, I work with couples to get their needs met in relationship, creating more safety, connection, and deeper understanding.  ​Give your relationship the effort it deserves! Reach out today!

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Premarital Counseling

Nearly Weds & Newlyweds

Premarital counseling is associated with lower divorce rates, lower relationship conflict, and higher quality in your relationship (Carlson et al., 2012). We discuss practical daily responsibilities, conflict, relationship vision, expectations, and much more to help better prepare both of you for marriage.

Getting married is one of life’s most treasured experiences. Pre-marital counseling can help you and your partner turn that celebratory moment into a loving, lasting relationship. Please contact me today to schedule an appointment for guidance and support to strengthen your future marriage.


Relationship Crisis

Conflict Resolution
Infidelity/Affair Recovery

Decision Counseling/Letting Go

When your relationship is in crisis, you need someone who can sift through the jumble of emotions with compassion and help you find clarity. Understanding what happened, why it happened, and deciding between restoration or dissolution is a painstaking process. I create a safe space for both of you to honor yourselves individually and/or collectively.

If you're in a relationship crisis, get the support of a neutral party. Schedule a consultation today!
Relationship coaching
Relationship coaching

Sex Therapy

Desire & Arousal

The pathway from friendship to passion is paved with eroticism
Turn Up the Heat!

Whether you're dealing with mismatched sexual desires, performance issues,
or emotional disconnection, help is available. If sexual issues prevent true closeness between you and your partner, consider sex

How Does Sex Therapy Work?

In sex therapy, we focus on the physical relationship between two peopleand identify the couple's attitudes about sex and the sexual problem. Fromthere, I recommend specific exercises to refocus the couple's attention andexpectations.

Specific objectives may include the following:

  • Learning to eliminate and relax distractions

  • Learning to communicate what you’d like in a positive way

  • Learning nonsexual touching techniques

  • Increasing or enhancing sexual stimulation

  • Minimizing pain during intercourse

Find your spark again. Reach out for a free 15-minute consultation! 

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