Making an intimate relationship work is not an easy task. Too often, couples feel frustrated and helpless when their individual concerns clash, and when hurt turns to anger.
Creating an extraordinary relationship takes a commitment to yourself and your partner, a willingness to be a student, and a determination to have the relationship of your dreams. Couples therapy helps identify areas where constructive change may improve couples’ capacity to function better in their relationship. Relationship therapy is not just “getting advice,” but learning how to find and implement new solutions and discover greater freedom to make choices you want and to achieve your relationship goals.
Couples or relationship therapy is perhaps the most difficult type of counseling to practice, facilitate and to be in. As a psychotherapist, Jessica, has witnessed anger, despair, unshakable cycles and habits, loneliness, contempt, aggressiveness, lack of intimacy and sexuality.
Unfortunately, many couples come for guidance way beyond due date. My approach to couples therapy is interdisciplinary and out of the box. With my unique talent to quickly and profoundly get to the heart of the issue, Jessica understands the broad spectrum of relationships, couple dynamics, and sexuality, while able to provide effective intervention and long-lasting change.
Couples and Marriage Therapy helps solve complex relationship challenges, while developing new relationship skills to build greater harmony. Relationship counseling is designed to teach skills and help couples have a better relationship by facilitating communication, conflict resolution and problem solving in a safe, objective and constructive atmosphere. The goals of couples coaching are to help you communicate effectively, build and maintain trust, learn relationship skills and develop a satisfying and fulfilling relationship.