Couples counseling is often daunting. No one likes to admit that their relationship has problems. In reality, all relationships have both strengths and struggles. At any stage of your partnership, therapy can be important work to explore unhealthy dynamics and build new skills to support one another. Healthy partnership involves compromise and flexibility yet should be fulfilling and connected.
Therapy with your partner can support multiple needs: building healthier communication, dealing with issues of trust and infidelity, redefining your relationship, or facing a separation. My practice centers on valuing the unique strength of each couple and help you develop a balance of giving to your partner while honoring your own needs and values.
I have formal training and practical experience providing couples counseling. Using attachment theory, anti-oppression and systems lenses I support couples of all genders and sexual identities in creating meaningful lives together. Meaning takes different forms for different relationships, and I enjoy navigating that process for each unique couple. I have training in Gottman couples techniques and often incorporate this modality in my practice.