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Couples Therapy in Fairfield, CT

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“The most exciting, challenging, and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself.
And if you find someone to love you, YOU love, well, that’s just fabulous.”

– Carrie Bradshaw, Sex and the City

You struggle to feel seen and heard in your relationship.

Lately, it feels like you’re not on the same page.

It’s hard to know when to seek support, and it’s challenging to find a therapist you both connect with.

You feel like you’ve talked through all the things – there’s so much love here – “Why can’t we get on the same page?”

You think – it might be easier to work at it on your own – without having to confront the stigma of Therapy.

Being vulnerable with a new person feels impossible.

Whether it’s a career, social issues, major life decisions, or communication challenges, coming in and talking with someone who can hold it down and allow you both to share how you feel can be refreshing.

It’s hard to leave your defenses at the door and allow yourselves to be open and honest, but that’s the place where the most understanding and change can occur.

Having someone to help you understand that you’re not alone diffuses some of the pressure, normalizes relationship support, and helps you talk through your concerns in a friendly, casual, and (dare I say) fun way.

Once you’re here, you can let go.

Many folks, especially people who may not have been to therapy before, wonder what it will be like when they come in.

What will we talk about? How can this help the situation? Why do you need another person involved in your relationship?

It’s challenging to bring up topics that trigger a reaction in your partner, but these conversations need to be had to get to the next healthy place.

The cool thing about couples therapy is that you’ll engage in these tough conversations with your partner, knowing that there’s someone trained to help manage the dynamic in a friendly and inclusive way.

I love working with couples and offering the kind of compassion, support, and guidance that supports the therapeutic process.

What will the outcome be?

In life, we don’t often know what the outcome will be – and we have choices and decisions to make to influence how our story will be written.

The thing about couples therapy is that it will either help you find the things about your relationship that you love that will help make it stronger or illuminate why you may need to part ways.

“Some love stories aren’t epic novels. Some are short stories,
but that doesn’t make them any less filled with love.”

– Carrie Bradshaw, Sex and the City

Let’s start the process together!

Therapy is a fun, strengthening process that helps your partnership evolve to the next level.

Let’s do this thing!