Marriage and Relationship Counseling
Silent Treatment? Feeling Disconnected?
If you’re experiencing the silent treatment, anger, resentment, loneliness, frustration and fighting way more than you think is normal, we can help.
Does this photo look like you? We can think of better things to do on the couch. Having a good talk of understanding is one thing.
Challenges and obstacles are normal in all marriages. But marriages riddled with fighting, yelling, silence, and tension creates a very lonely place. Marriage counseling provides tools for couples who need to learn to communicate better, decide which problems are solvable and which aren’t, and learn to argue more effectively.
In marriage, each person brings their own thoughts, beliefs, opinions and personal histories to the relationship. The very differences that bring us together initially in a relationship may be the very thing that tears us apart as our relationship is no longer new.
Our earliest relationships create a blueprint for all other relationships throughout our lifetime.
Marriage counseling isn’t always effective with with two people – sometimes it’s helpful to explore your own early relationships so you can understand why you got into your current relationship in the first place. Your understanding of your partner and yourself individually can create almost as much change as being in the counseling room with your partner.
Typical issues faced within any relationship and marriage can vary:
- Parenting Differences
- Culture Clashes
- Blended Families
- Sexual Difficulties
- Communication Issues
- Financial Differences
The best way to know which counselor best would fit you is to first take a look at each therapist’s biography. Each counselor has listed their areas of specialization and the population they work with.
Additionally, you may want to schedule a free 30-minute phone consultation with one of our counselors to find out who best suits your needs. Please note this is not a clinical consultation but an opportunity for you to discuss their methodologies, talk to them about their credentials and ask any questions you may have about the therapy process. If you would like to discuss in more detail the concerns you have or challenges you are currently facing then we would advise you to book a full consultation.
To schedule your free 30-minute consultation call 214-547-1318 or to book an appointment call or schedule online: