For couples considering ending their relationship, discernment counseling can clarify the best option: the status quo, separation/divorce, or couples therapy... continue reading.
Category: Couples Counseling
Interested in podcasts to complement couples therapy, but not sure which to choose? Here are 3 podcasts all about love and relationships!... continue reading.
As Dr. Janis Abrahms Spring details in two books, there are both healthy and unhealthy forms of forgiveness. Let’s challenge some assumptions about forgiveness... continue reading.
Learning how to harness the power of mindfulness, and feeling its benefits in your relationships, is a great way to start experiencing positive results from therapy... continue reading.
If the “little things” are becoming major issues in your relationship or marriage, ask yourself these four questions. And then contact a couples counselor... continue reading.
It’s common for intimacy to wane in the first two years of marriage, so be proactive about keeping the flame burning. Try some old-fashioned letter writing... continue reading.
Are you engaged but having serious doubts about getting married? Read about three people who decided to call off the wedding and how therapy can help... continue reading.
Break the habit of using the phrase “I feel like you…” Read our take on sharing emotions as part of healthy communication... continue reading.
Too busy for sex? Worried that scheduling sex takes away the magic? Read a metaphor that keeps sex on the calendar and keeps it special. Sex as pancakes!... continue reading.
Infertility affects 1 in 8 couples in the U.S. Read four recommendations for how maintain a loving and connected relationship when struggling to conceive... continue reading.