After 5 years in my Southern California Office, I started to feel boxed in! Traffic is getting worse, days are getting busier, and it's harder and harder to make the time for therapy and self care. By switching to my online practice, I make it easier for you to find the time in your day to make your relationship a high priority again.
Relationships can be hard, right? Over and over I've worked with couples who feel like they are stuck in a never ending cycle of anger and disappointment. The day to day routine with a lack of support and understanding. What if you could feel like your partner really got you? Like they could hear what you said the first time, know when you needed that hug, and attune to you in the way you've always desired from them? That is the DEEP and LOVING connection I am here to guide you to.
I get it, the idea of starting couples therapy can be really scary. It might mean the problems have gotten to big, or that we might be on the verge of ending the relationship. While sometimes this is true, it doesn't always have to be. What if you are happy enough, but when you see another couple being affectionate in public or laughing over dinner you thing, "I want THAT!" Maybe things have gotten really bad, but you still remember the times you really enjoyed each other and want to get back to that after kids, career changes, or just the plain old day-to-day struggles. Reinvest in your love.
One thing I truly believe is that the relationship dynamic can be changed by one person. If you are ready for your relationship to change but your partner isn't ready for couples therapy yet, don't get discouraged. Often the insight gained from individual sessions will create a shift that leads towards the kind of relationship you hope for.
For couples facing crisis (infidelity, betrayal, threats of divorce), the fear can be that the problems have gotten too big to fix. Establishing a safe place to explore and work through these issues with clear structure and boundaries can help to make them more manageable in the short-term, and solvable in the long-term.
If you are ready to schedule your appointment with me: send me an email through the link OR you can can contact me directly by the phone number listed.
If you aren't quite ready, but have more questions and would like the opportunity to chat a bit more: You can still email me or call me directly, and I'll do my best to answer and questions or address any concerns before we get started.
California, United States
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