You and your spouse are a team, even though you may not feel like it right now. The goal of therapy is to teach you how to strengthen and revive your relationship.
We will address hot-button topics that are causing conflict, resentment and hurt. I will help you neutralize these issues that have crept into your marriage by teaching you new ways to communicate and connect.
You will learn to listen, understand and have compassion for each other. You'll practice new skills in session and at home. You will find intimacy and togetherness in a way you haven't known before.
Together, we will create the marriage you desire so you can remember why you fell in love.
Working alone with a therapist can help you make the changes you want to see in your life. Counseling can also help you improve your relationships, even if you come alone. You might be surprised at how much your own change can cause change in others.
Counseling can help build your self-esteem, break down anger, heal past hurts, relieve anxiety and reduce depression. I can help you discover the person you want to be. Together, we can uncover your strengths, address harmful habits, learn from your past, build self-esteem and design an exciting future.
Whatever you need to address, your time in counseling is yours. We will create a plan for your needs and get you back to feeling like YOU!
Why am I going through this? Where is God in my situation? What do I even believe anymore? Questions like these are some of the most difficult to deal with when we are in the middle of problems we don't understand.
Maybe God is all you have in the middle of the pit you feel like you're in. Or you may be wondering how to get back to the faith you once had. Maybe you're just looking for answers you can't seem to find. You pray. You read. You ask and seek. You still feel alone.
Matthew 18:20 says, "For where two or three gather in My name, there am I with them." If you're in need of support during a difficult time, let's come together and discover God's plan for you.