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Holding Hands

SUPPORT FOR COUPLES

Relationship and Marriage Therapy

Welcome to our Couples Therapy page, where we are dedicated to helping couples navigate the challenges and enhance the strength of their relationship. At 253 Therapy and Consult, we understand that every couple is unique, and we provide a supportive and non-judgmental space for you and your partner to explore and work through your difficulties.

 

What to Expect in Couples Therapy:

 

Couples therapy is a collaborative process that involves both partners working together with a trained therapist to address the issues they are facing in their relationship. Our therapists are experienced in working with couples and have expertise in various therapeutic modalities to tailor the treatment to your specific needs.

 

During the initial session, the therapist will meet with both partners to gain a comprehensive understanding of the concerns and goals for therapy. This session serves as an opportunity to establish rapport and ensure that everyone feels comfortable and heard. The therapist will also gather information about the history of the relationship and any individual factors that may be influencing the current dynamics.

 

In subsequent sessions, the therapist will guide you and your partner through open and honest communication, helping you explore the underlying emotions, beliefs, and patterns that contribute to the challenges you face. Our therapists employ evidence-based techniques and modalities to facilitate growth and change within the relationship.

 

Modalities Used in Couples Therapy:

 

1. Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT): EFT focuses on identifying and reshaping the negative patterns of interaction that may be causing distress in the relationship. Through this approach, couples learn to communicate their emotions and needs effectively, fostering a stronger emotional bond.

 

2. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT helps couples examine and challenge their thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that may be contributing to relationship difficulties. By identifying and modifying unhealthy patterns, couples can develop more adaptive and fulfilling ways of relating to each other.

 

3. Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Based on decades of research by renowned psychologists Drs. John and Julie Gottman, this modality aims to enhance the quality of friendship, intimacy, and conflict resolution within relationships. Therapists trained in the Gottman Method provide practical tools and strategies for couples to build a strong foundation and navigate conflicts constructively.

 

4. Solution-Focused Therapy: This approach focuses on identifying and building upon the strengths and resources within the relationship. Therapists guide couples in setting realistic goals and help them explore solutions to challenges, empowering them to create positive change.

 

5. Integrative Couples Therapy: Our therapists may also draw upon an integrative approach, combining techniques from various modalities to tailor treatment to your unique needs. This flexibility allows us to address a wide range of concerns and provide personalized support for each couple.

 

In couples therapy, the ultimate goal is to promote understanding, improve communication, and foster a healthier, more fulfilling relationship. While the therapy process may present challenges, it can also be an opportunity for growth and transformation as you and your partner work towards a more harmonious and satisfying connection.

 

At 253 Therapy and Consult, our therapists are committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for couples to explore their concerns and find effective solutions. We understand the importance of confidentiality and respect in this process and are dedicated to helping you and your partner build a stronger and more fulfilling relationship.

 

Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards a happier future together.

For Couples: Welcome
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