Your Next Session
Telehealth psychotherapy for couples.
Your Next Session specializes in working with couples who want to strengthen their relationships and improve their overall well-being.
Are you feeling disconnected from your partner? Struggling with communication and conflict resolution? Or maybe you are experiencing intimacy and trust issues? For many couples this may look like common and frequent misunderstandings, conflicts, and feelings of frustration that contribute to a sense of loneliness and isolation in a relationship. Often times couples find themselves ill-equipped with effective communication tools that can mitigate disagreements from becoming large conflicts. This may seem impossible, but therapy can help!
No matter what challenges you are facing, I believe all couples have the potential to create fulfilling, healthy relationships. I will work with you to identify the specific goals and create a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve them.
If you are ready to take the first step towards a stronger and more connected relationship, I invite you to contact me today. I look forward to working with you, and supporting you on your journey.
Gottman Informed. Nonjudgmental. Authentic.
The Gottman Method is a well-researched, evidence-based approach to couples therapy that emphasizes the importance of building a strong foundation of friendship, managing conflict effectively, and creating shared meaning in a relationship. Therapy will begin by conducting a thorough assessment of your relationship, using a variety of tools and techniques to gain a deep understanding of the dynamics and patterns at play. This includes individual interviews with each partner, observation of how the couple interacts with one another, and assessment tools like questionnaires and self-reports. Once there is a clear understanding of your relationship, we will begin to work towards developing specific goals and strategies for improving your relationship.
"The goal of couples therapy is not to fix the other person, but to help each person understand and accept their partner's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors."