Every couple faces challenges that put their relationship to the test at some point. It can happen in the first few weeks or few years of a relationship. When this happens, you may require help of a professional therapist to help you develop a strategy to move forward.
You should not go through these stressors alone. Couples therapy, regardless of your relationship's circumstances, provides you and your partner with the support and structure you require in a safe, unbiased, and productive environment.
Couples therapy will teach you conflict resolution techniques and how to improve your communication skills. You'll learn relationship patterns, restrengthen trust, rediscover your love for each other and, address challenges in order to recreate a healthier, stronger, and more loving relationship.
Pre marital Counseling
Getting married is a major life decision, and it's normal to have feelings of excitement, nerves, and uncertainty. Premarital counseling can help you discuss your concerns before you say yes to the dress and ring.
Getting married is one of life's most exciting moments. But it can also be one of the most stressful. Couples who are engaged to be married experience many big changes, including buying a new home, moving in together, and adjusting to each other's family members. These changes can lead to disagreements; while they are inevitable and normal, they can be difficult to resolve without guidance from an objective third party.
Premarital counseling – whether it's just a few sessions, or a complete series of pre-wedding counseling sessions with the person you're marrying – can ease your stress and help you settle some matters before they become problems.
Marriage counseling is the process that helps you and your spouse identify the issues, concerns, and communication barriers that are causing tension in your relationship. After identifying the issues, your therapist will help you develop solutions that fit your family, lifestyle, beliefs and values.
In therapy, you and your spouse will have difficult and tough conversations, discuss challenging topics — no matter what they be — in therapy, all of this can happen in a safe environment. This will enhance and strengthen your marriage relationship, allowing each partner to be more authentic and emotionally available.
Your therapist will help to facilitate a deeper understanding between you and your partner, so that together you can resolve relationship challenges. As we explore relationship issues together, you will learn how to communicate more effectively, manage differences and conflict, and resolve conflicts to create a better future together.