Have you tried to work on issues in your relationship but continue to feel stuck in the same unhealthy cycle? Sometimes our most valued relationships can lose track and we may find ourselves in the repeated negative patterns. We may feel lonely and isolated while not knowing what to do to feel closer to our partner.
Using Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), I help you identify the factors contributing to your current cycle, recognize core needs, move away from destructive patterns and restore close connection. EFT is well-recognized as the gold standard for couples therapy leading to long-term results. Through our work together, clients will also improve their communication and learn how to express their needs to each other while working more as a team. I look forward to providing assistance and support in your journey to heal and strengthen your relationship!
Below are a couple of things that you and your partner should consider when determining if relational psychotherapy is a good fit for the relationship.
Is everyone committed to starting therapy? In many cases, one partner is invested while the other member may feel forced to attend. This scenario doesn’t provide a stable foundation to start the process of working on your relationship.
Do both partners want to continue working on the relationship? In some cases one, partner is motivated while the other has already decided that the relationship is over. When considering couples therapy, it is important for both partners to be motivated to work on the relationship.
Are you interested in connecting? I offer a free, 15-minute consultation to learn more about working together.