Financial pressure, illness, job loss, home loss, anger, sex, infidelity, additions, communication problems — all can stress couples’ relationships.
If you are in a relationship (married or not) with one or more significant challenges, short-term couples therapy can help you and your partner understand and move through the stresses in your relationship and come out stronger for it.
Couples therapy can give you the tools you both need to better understand each other, communicate more effectively, accept your differences and meet your challenges in a healthy, loving way.
Couples therapy and marriage counseling is usually provided by a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) with a specific focus on a couple’s relationship. David Swindall, LMFT, has helped hundreds of couples create stronger, healthier unions through couples therapy.
Couples therapy usually is short term. You may need only a few sessions to help you get through a crisis. If your relationship has long-standing problems, you may need to commit to couples therapy for several months.
Most couples in therapy attend sessions once a week.
Couples therapy can help you repair or revive your relationship. Therapy also can help you decide whether you’ll both benefit from uncoupling. Whatever the outcome, couples therapy can help you understand yourself and relationship better and make the healthiest, most loving decisions for you and for your partner.
To learn more or make an appointment, please contact us.