I have 100 plus tools that you can utilize.
These tools include exercises you can complete, skills you can learn, and assessments you can take to discover what is going on and how this compares to others.
These tools include ways to:

  • Manage frustration and anger so that you can communicate when you two are alone
  • Reduce fear and anxiety so that you do not avoid important discussions and can assert what you want and need
  • Validate hurt so that you can learn about yourself and your needs
  • Reduce immobilization when feeling overwhelmed by your partner

Learn how to:

  • Build a supportive relationship with your partner
  • Repair relationship injuries (including affairs)
  • Ask for what you need; how to maintain your self-respect
  • Manage topics that you cannot communicate about

Integrate evidence-based (scientifically supported) approaches to help partners feel more understood and closer:

  • Gottman Marriage Clinic
  • interventions, which have been developed based on research of thousands of couples
  • Emotion Focused Couples Therapy, which encourages those who are protesting distance in their relationship to successfully engage more with their partner
  • more with their partner
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • skills, which help people tolerate distress, obtain what they need from others while maintaining a good relationship and self-respect, and regulate emotions and be mindful
  • Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy,
  • which encourages changes in thoughts and behavior

Because struggling couples often do not spend enough time together and struggle with communicating, each session is 75-minutes.  Many therapists utilize 60-minute sessions, which, for couples, often mean that they just start to work on something when they must stop.