- Is It Difficult To Talk Without Fighting?
- Do other people seem more attractive to you than your partner?
- Have you thought, said or heard, “I love you, but I’m not in love with you anymore”?
- Is there a shutdown in communication and connection?
- Has an affair already happened?
If you’ve answered “Yes!” to any of these questions, Couples Counseling would be the first step in making noticeable adjustment. Many times people don’t realize that feelings of love can be rekindled with fresh skills for communicating, different ways of seeing each other, and a renewed commitment to the relationship.
The beginning of any relationship is the easiest. You get along fabulously with little effort. This is what some people call the “honeymoon phase” where there is a feeling of oneness and infatuation.
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As time goes on they enter into the “conflict phase,” where each person realizes all is not perfect and start to look at their differences and respond to them in ways that trigger their own personal issues learned from ways that are familiar to them. It is how they manage these responses that predict whether or not the relationship will move forward in a happy way or continue struggling.
As a Marriage and Couples Counselor, I help couples improve their relationships by improving their Individual Selves. By listening to each partner’s concerns and identifying the problem areas I am able to identify what the possible triggers are that affect the relationship issues. By helping each partner understand each other’s concerns and communicate them to one another they can appreciate how those triggers can create miscommunication and affect their end result.
As your Couples Counselor, I will help you develop a Moving Forward Plan designed with specific goals to stabilize and correct your problem areas. You will acquire the appropriate tools for achieving the goals in you plan.
As I work in a very direct but sensitive manner, therapy with me doesn’t have to be long-term as I offer effective strategies in solving problems. Putting systems into place is key to stabilizing the relationship so that you can have an objective space in which to interact, utilize your acquired tools, and implement the process for becoming more happy and content with one another.
Contact me at (858) 735-1139 or email me at Sarah@CouplesCounselorSanDiego.com