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Relationship therapy, also known as couples therapy or marriage counseling, assists clients with relationship issues through talking therapy. Conflict is inevitable, but managing it is key.

People seek therapy for various reasons, whether as a last resort, for pre-emptive exploration, or regular tune-ups. Issues can vary from major events like infidelity to gradual disconnections over time. Therapy isn't confined to romantic or sexual relationships.

I offer a safe, non-judgmental space to explore thoughts and feelings, along with tools for healthy communication and rebuilding trust.

Using psychodynamic psychotherapy, present difficulties are linked to the past, fostering understanding and change. Transference, where patterns of relating are recreated with the therapist, aids in understanding and achieving change.

By paying attention to these interactions, therapy aims to foster openness and address hidden issues.

Clients have unique relationship and family histories, requiring a collaborative approach to find the best path forward.

Therapy takes a holistic approach, considering the connection between body and mind and how behavioral patterns impact various life aspects.


  • Communication

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Frequent or Escalated Conflict

  • Emotional Disconnection

  • Infidelity

  • Mismatched Relationship Values

  • Feeling Unheard or Misunderstood

  • Difficulty Maintaining Long-Term Relationships

  • Unfulfilling or Superficial Relationships

  • Questioning Separation 

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