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Couples Therapy

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Couples Therapy

Relationships are challenging, and most of us can't imagine life without them. Most couples will find themselves stuck in unhelpful and often painful patterns. It can be hard to work through these challenges when you are so in it. If that's you, you are not alone. 

 

Common areas of focus:

  • Improving communication dynamics

  • Developing conflict resolution skills

  • Optimizing assertive communication

  • Learning and implementing healthy boundaries

  • Deepening emotional intimacy

Sex Therapy

Physical and sexual intimacy can change over the lifespan of a person, and over the lifespan of a relationship. Many of us hold misconceptions about intimacy that get in the way of being flexible and nimble to meet challenges of change. Still others have a fraught relationship with sex, due to painful past experiences. Having education, guidance and support can help.    

Common areas of focus:

  • Sexual intimacy in the context of painful sex

  • Reconnecting after having children

  • Working through anxiety in the context of physical and sexual intimacy

Parenting Together

Parenthood often presents new challenges to a relationship. 

 

Common areas of focus:

  • Getting ready for the baby

  • Improving the logistics of co-parenting 

  • Improving communication dynamics in the context of family life

  • Learning and implementing healthy boundaries, with self, partner, children, family

  • Nurturing the relationship  

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