Most Relationships are not perfect. Each person brings to the relationship their own values, ideas, opinions, as well as their personal history. These differences do not always mean your relationship needs therapy, however conflict may arise from these differences. If your relationship is in distress it may be time for therapy.

Here are some typical issues that couples and families find they need help with:
    Communication issues
    Staying married
    Infidelity
    Physical and mental health conditions
    Diagnosis and/or surviving cancer
    Terminal Illness
    Loss of a Child
    Loss of a partner
    Anger
    Infertility
    Unemployment
    Sexual difficulties
    Raising children
    Changing roles, such as retirement
    Spiritual conflict
    Blended families
    Deployment
    Return after deployment
    Cultural clashes
    Finances
   
   

Therapy Approaches

Emotion Focused Couple & Family Therapy
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Pet Therapy

Treatment Specializations

Spirituality in the relationship
Shame based identity
Communication issues
Strengthening intimate relationships
Cancer and terminal illness
Depression
Anxiety
Families surviving suicide
Death and loss
Preventing divorce
Couple and family conflict
Post traumatic stress
Parenting Issues
Couples affected by deployment or re-entry
Pre-marital therapy
Blended families
Adoption
Betrayal
Cultural differences