Making the choice to go to couples counseling can feel like a very big step. It involves admitting that things are not perfect in your partnership, which is often tough to do and scary to admit. And if you are not particularly familiar with what therapy is all about, it can feel mysterious and confusing, not to mention it can involve considerable effort — finding an appropriate provider, figuring out insurance and other financial aspects of the commitment, coming up with a time to fit into everyone's schedule. Often, the idea of seeing a marriage or couples therapist sits on the back burner, with one or both parties thinking that it may be a good idea, but also feeling unsure of how to proceed — and of whether specific problems can really be helped.
We are here to walk through the process with you, answer questions and find the right fit therapist for you. We offer a safe space for processing the difficult situation unique for you.
We understand the difficulty in beginning the counseling process, but we have also seen couples benefit and learn to thrive again through work and dedication to the therapy process.
Common reasons to seek therapy as a couple include (but not limited to): broken trust, communication issues, substance issues, as well as anger and argument frequency.