Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy is at the Heart of What We Do! 
Utilizing the model Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, We help couples find that place of refuge with one another where reconnecting can begin. Our well trained Marital Therapists will create a unique treatment plan designed specifically for each couple’s needs. 

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, also known as EFT, a model founded by Dr. Sue Johnson, uses nine steps and three stages to help couples to: 

  • To expand and re-organize emotional responses and be able to express them to each other in a safe and non-threatening environment

  • To initiate a new cycles of interaction between a couples and teach them how to stay out of the one that leaves them disconnected and alone

  • To mend deep wounds created in the relationship or from wounds in ones past that find themselves appearing or impacting the relationship 

  • To foster the creation of a secure bond in the relationship

Research studies find that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery and approximately 90% show significant improvements. 


Couples Therapy addresses topics of: 

  • Isolation within the relationship

  • Healing from affairs

  • Communication

  • Dating

  • Premarital counseling

  • Separation and divorce

  • Parenting issues

  • Addictions

  • Power and control issues

  • Anger and areas of conflict

  • Intimacy issues

  • Sex Therapy

Sex Therapy

 

According to the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, "we are bombarded with messages about sexuality from the popular media, and yet it can be embarrassing to talk about our personal sexuality, especially any sexual concerns we may have." Sexual problems can have a ripple effect on many other areas of our lives including our intimate relationships with a partner and at the same time all of our life interactions and activities can affect our sexuality. The media tends to present sex as easy, good, and spontaneous, and it implies that we should always be in the mood for it. If only sex were that simple.

If you and your partner are experiencing problems with sex, you are not alone. Recent studies reveal that nearly 40 percent of women of all ages report having sexual problems such as lack of arousal and lubrication, difficulty reaching an orgasm, low desire, and pain during sex. Male sexual difficulties involve getting or keeping an erection, ejaculating too rapidly, difficulty reaching an orgasm and lack of desire.

We are here to help you.

It just isn't the kind of thing people want to admit. But you deserve to have a pleasurable sex life and there are professionals who can help.