Marriage Counseling That Actually Works

Marriage Counseling That Actually Works.  Not all Marriage Counselors are alike nor do they implement the same techniques.  I’m often asked what therapeutic model I use in therapy.  As every couple is different and has their own set of unique circumstances I use a variety of behavioral, psychotherapeutic, and strategic interventions for finding solutions to interpersonal conflicts.  The solution based techniques are highly effective in stabilizing and maintaining healthy and satisfying relationships.  A customized Moving Forward Plan is developed where practical tools are acquired and a process is learned to effectively communicate.  All of which is doable if the willingness is put forth.

 

The beginning of any relationship is by far 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.

As time goes on they enter into the “conflict phase,” where each 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 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’s 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 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. By helping each partner understand each other’s concerns and communicate them to each another they can appreciate how those triggers can create miscommunication and affect their end result. Feelings of love can be rekindled with fresh skills for communicating, different ways of seeing each other, and a renewed commitment to the relationship.

Whether you’re working on issues in a new relationship or looking to revive the spark in an established one, I can help build a relationship that is not only functional but happy and satisfying.  I’m here to help so call me at (858) 735-1139 or email me at [email protected]

 

 

 

 

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