couples counseling

Life is an adventure best spent enjoyed.

 

Sometimes life feels amazing, sometimes it doesn’t. And, almost always, how life feels depends on how our relationships feel.

When it comes to relationships, we never get them “right,” and we never get them “done.”

With intention and practice, we can, however, move our relationships, and our life in the direction of better.

Chances are, if you are reading this now, there is a relationship with someone, perhaps yourself, that you would like to move in the direction of better

I’d love to help you do just that. 

 

I’d love to help you do just that.

Find me online

Due to the recent global events with COVID-19, I am only available online. What this means is that instead of meeting in a physical office, I will meet you (or you and your partner/spouse) online via zoom.us, Skype or Facetime. 

All things relationship – that’s my jam. 

 

 

Whether you are seeking couples counseling to heal a relationship you are in, or you are seeking individual counseling because your partner or spouse will not join you, or you desire a space to process your relationship concerns, or you wish to process a breakup, or navigating being single – this is what I do.    

If you are struggling to communicate, feel like you’ve fallen out of love, experienced infidelity or other betrayal, find yourself in constant conflict, feel disconnected and distant, have mixed libidos or feel undesired by your partner/spouse, or other relationship concerns, helping couples like you is what I do.  

If you are an individual or couple seeking support and guidance with dating concerns, pre-marital concerns, marriage help, infidelity or other betrayals, discernment counseling, breakup recovery, family-of-origin relationship issues, work relationships, friendships, and everything in between, this is what I do. 

 

I love working with those who do not fit the mold. 

The greatest compliment I receive from clients is that they experience me as “real,” and that they feel comfortable just being exactly who they are. I want you to show up exactly as you are. If you you normally use profanity to express yourself, then use profanity. If humor’s a big part of your personality – bring your sense of humor. I have a deep appreciation for those who identify as “different,” and not the “norm.” Whether it’s because you are lesbian, or you are in a poly relationship, or because you have a particular kink, or you don’t subscribe to strict gender roles – whatever makes you different is also what makes you, you. 

Whatever you do, be you.

Individuals

  • Relationship Conflicts
  • Breakup/Divorce Recovery
  • Dating Concerns
  • Commitment Struggles
  • Coping with Infidelity 
  • Sibling or Family Conflicts
  • Friendship Conflicts
  • Work Relationship Conflicts

 

Couples

Events & Resources

 

What have you done for your relationship lately?

If you want to feel better about your relationship, ask yourself this question: What am I doing to make things better? Our first instinct is to turn toward our spouse or partner and hold them responsible for our pain. Learn 52 ways you can improve your relationship starting now.

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Nothing changes, unless something changes.

Is it time for you to make a change?

Let’s do it together.

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