Together We Can Transform Your Unhappiness Into Peace And Understanding
You’ve decided that you want to try. (If this is not you, scroll to the bottom).
Imagine how it would feel if you and your life partner were finally on the same page. That you respect and understand each other - without judgment. That you always meet each other’s needs - with empathy and with kindness.
And imagine being so glad that you made the decision to try.
Right now you might feel it’s hopeless. Maybe you’re sick of fighting the same battles. Perhaps you’re tired of being so miserable and so unhappy.
You might resent the fact that you’re even considering couples therapy. You’re irritated that you must invest time and energy in what’s supposed to be natural: just being a couple.
But the reality is this: long-term relationships come with many disappointments. You didn’t know what to expect when you said "I do" (or just said yes to being together forever). No one told you what happened to Cinderella and the Prince after happily ever after, right?
You’re sad and angry, but you’re not quite ready to give up. And that’s where I come in.
As a licensed psychotherapist, I’ve worked with hundreds of couples and I want you to know this:
When you discover what you’re really fighting about - the deeper meaning of your disagreements - and identify the cycles you go through, you can fundamentally change your relationship. I’ll teach you how to identify what’s really bugging you, how to tolerate disappointments and work through them, gain new communication skills, and effectively transform the nature of your partnership – for the better.
Happily ever after may not be real. But happy from now on is totally possible for you and your partner.
What if you’ve decided to “uncouple”? Sometimes partners know that they’re ready to call it quits. Guess what? It doesn’t have to be traumatic. I can help you transition through the intricacies of breaking up without the pain and suffering you may expect – and the negative impact on your family. Breaking up doesn’t have to be horrible. Together we can make it happen calmly and with respect. So you both can come out on the other side whole.
I invite you to call me for a private consultation.