Couples therapy can be done in any stage of the relationship from pre-marital to relationship maintenance and strengthening to repairing a broken marriage, and it can be done in a few different ways. There will be sessions where both partners are required to meet with the Therapist together, but there may also be times when the Therapist wants to speak with the partners individually.
Relationships are one of the basic human needs as human beings are relational creatures. Unfortunately, those relationships that are deemed necessary can be complex and just as painful as they are fulfilling. The best way to have a healthy relationship is to make sure that the relationship is made up of healthy people who are willing to invest in the partnership.
All new clients are required to complete a 75-minute intake session prior to starting re-occurring sessions.
These sessions are designed to provide couples with a focused, structured space to address concerns and improve their relationship. The therapist will work with the couple to identify any areas of conflict or concern and help them develop effective communication skills and problem-solving strategies. With the shorter time frame, the therapist and couple may focus on specific issues or concerns that the couple is currently facing. This might include issues related to communication , physical intimacy, emotional intimacy, conflict resolution, and other aspects of the relationship that are causing stress, tension, or dissatisfaction. These sessions can be done weekly or bi-weekly, depending on the couple's needs.
These sessions are a longer, more in-depth version of traditional couples therapy sessions and may be ideal for couples who require more time and support. During these sessions, the therapist will work with the couple to identify any areas of conflict or concern and help them develop effective communication skills and problem-solving strategies. The therapist may also help the couple explore any underlying emotional issues or past experiences that may be impacting their relationship. With the additional time, the therapist and couple may have more opportunities for deeper reflection, exploration, and processing of emotions. Sessions can also be done weekly or bi-weekly, depending on the couple's needs.
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