Couples Counseling

Every couple fights once in a while. It’s a normal, and even healthy, part of most relationships. However, when the frequency and seriousness of your fights start affecting your health and well-being, it may be time to speak with a professional. A therapist specializing in couples counseling is trained to help you and your partner(s) develop tools to better communicate (and fight constructively), help you achieve goals together, or move past a specific event or cause of conflict (such as infidelity, sex, or household duties). In addition to helping those in a relationship have a healthier partnership, couples counseling can also be helpful if you and your partner are considering a breakup or a divorce – having a professional guide you can aide the both of you in making an informed decision. Think it might be time to give couples counseling a try? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s couples counseling experts today.

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My supervisor has completed levels 1 & 2 of Gottman Couples Counseling and we use this information and experience to help latinx couples strengthen their relationship. When working with couples, I often seek to understand each individual's needs and wants from the relationship. Relationship expectations may need to be explored and reevaluated in ensuring that both partners are on the same page.

— Ana Viana, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist

My training and supervision as a licensed marriage and family therapist is in couple's therapy and family systems theory. I am trained in a wide array of family systems and couple's therapy theory, and am flexible integrating a variety of approaches to best help my couples and families by meeting them where they are to serve their specific needs. This is particularly helpful for my clients as opposed to other more rigid approaches which only draw on one or two theories.

— Jamie Steele, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Couples counseling can be a lifeline, providing the guidance and support you need to get back on track and feel closer to your partner. It's an investment in your future happiness and well-being as a couple. Don't be afraid to take the first step and ask for support. You deserve to have the love and connection you want and deserve.

— Marla Mathisen, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Convenient and effective online couples therapy in Denver, Littleton, Aurora, Golden and everywhere across Colorado, CO, CO

I have training in the Gottman approach as well as Brief Emotion-Focused couples counseling.

— Alicia Ferris, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Olympia, WA

I'm in expert in this area because I completed professional training over 30 years ago and have frequently used it in my practice to help numerous people.

— Dr Don Etkes, Sex Therapist in Claremont, CA

I've specialized in couples counseling my whole career and draw from a diversity of couples therapy modalities in order to personalize my approach for each couples' needs, strengths, and challenges.

— Laurie Budlong-Morse, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Indianapolis, IN

My work with couples is informed by the work of Esther Perel and by the concepts and practices of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT).

— Angela Allan, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Oakland, CA

Couples therapy helps us navigate the most complex thing on Earth - the human relationship. We all struggle in relationships from time to time. We fight, we bicker, we threaten, we cheat. Eventually, we need some help. By weaving together attachment theory, neuroscience, mindfulness, and the most effective couples therapy approaches, I help couples fall in love again.

— Chris Tickner, PhD, MFT, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Pasadena, CA

Whether your relationship needs a checkup or you’re navigating difficult times, I am here to offer skills to help couples improve intimacy, restore friendships. I support the couple in getting to the root of the problem and obtaining their desired outcome.

— Rosalind Herrington-Moxon, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in Olympia, WA

Finding the right fit for your marriage is critical. You need to find someone who can help you increase communication, increase connection and intimacy, and help you repair the wounds that are currently going on. I have worked with couples repair their relationship, address specific unhealthy behaviors, open their marriage, or pre-marital counseling. Give me a call today to discuss what is going on with your relationship and how I can help!

— Michael Stokes, Mental Health Counselor in Newport, RI

If you and your partner are struggling with conflict, I know how frustrating that can be. I also know how hard it is to change and how helpless that feels. Couples counseling can help you make the lasting changes you need to stop fighting and start repairing your relationship. Unlike many therapists, I specialize in working with couples. That means I have the training, tools, and expertise to help you work through the complicated issues in your relationship and repair your bond.

— Valery Krieg, Clinical Social Worker in Evergreen, CO

One of my other specialties is working with couples where a partner may struggle with a clinical diagnosis. I help couples to work through boundaries, communication and support.

— Essence Fiddemon, Counselor in Atlanta, Ga, GA

Clients who work with me very quickly feel relaxed and confident that I will listen and understand each partner. They know I will not take sides and that their own experiences are valued and discussed. My clients feel supported and safe. This foundation allows us to be curious together, gain insights, and learn new ways of relating.

— Robin K. Schnitzler, Marriage & Family Therapist in Middleton, WI

Couples counseling is my jam. I like seeing the whole relationship in the room whether your relationship is just beginning or perhaps ending -- talking together is the style that I see working best. I think, and research shows, that when more people are in the room, the conversations are more productive. For non-monogamous or poly couples including others or a wider polycule in therapy is an effective way to create positive change.

— David Lieberman, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in Boulder, CO

I use a variety of models when working with couples. At the base, I am attachment-focused and use a narrative and internal family systems approach, but I also incorporate imago, interpersonal neurobiology, Gottman, and relational life therapy.

— Dr. Jennifer Kendall, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Frisco,, TX