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Relationships have the potential to be a rich source of meaning, safety, and pleasure in our lives. We are evolutionarily “hard wired” to connect and scientific research has discovered that we thrive when we’re in a loving secure union. We know this at a primitive level and it’s why we work so hard to seek out a partner. Still, relationships that are loving and mutually satisfying can be quite challenging to maintain.

We help couples to reconnect when they are struggling for any reason.

Common concerns that bring people to couples therapy include:

  • Ongoing fighting, anger, and resentment
  • Sex and intimacy
  • Overcoming betrayals and affairs
  • Life transitions including the birth of a child or loss of a family member
  • Parenting disagreements
  • Pre-marital counseling
  • Separation counseling
  • Disagreements about money

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Photographer: David Wagenheim

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