COACHING, COUNSELING AND COMMUNITY FOR LESBIANS*

From dating concerns to remarriage, there are specialized skills and support available to help you prepare, repair, renew, recover from, and enrich your relationship.

Finding the right therapist requires matching their skills, personality, schedule and style with your needs. If you are serious about your relationship, find an expert who is serious about it too.  

Services are available to both single lesbians as well as couples.

There are three main relationship theories that will help you understand how to find the right fit for your relationship. 

Thanks to the internet, you can get expert relationship help no matter where you live. 

(*And, yes, for those wondering, I work with heterosexual couples and single lesbians too). 

COMMON REASONS TO SEEK COUPLES COUNSELING, COACHING & RETREATS

  • Inability to effectively negotiate and resolve conflicts
  • Feeling emotionally disconnected 
  • Mixed libidos or other concerns with sex life
  • Chronic negativity and unhealed resentments
  • Discovery of infidelity or an affair 
  • Negotiating blended family dynamics / family planning and new parenthood

COMMON REASONS TO SEEK INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING, COACHING & EVENTS

  • Experience a safe place to express your concerns without judgment or bias
  • Heal from a breakup
  • Address coming out concerns, feelings of shame and/or insecurity 
  • Clarify your sexual orientation and how to make peace with your attraction to women
  • Get help getting unstuck
  • Make peace with past wounds, hurts and prevent these from limiting your present experience
  • Identify patterns of behavior that prevent you from getting what you want
  • Develop new skills to make your next relationship better
  • Get coaching support and guidance to help move you toward a better feeling, inspired, joy-filled life

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2680 E Main St | Plainfield, IN | 46168

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Michele O’Mara, PhD, LCSW
2680 E Main Street, Suite 121
Plainfield, IN 46168
P. 317.517.0065
f. 866.540.9013 

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