The different forms of Couples Counseling
Premarital counseling is a form of therapy that is specifically designed for couples who are engaged to be married.
The purpose of premarital counseling is to provide support and guidance as partners prepare for marriage, helping them build a strong foundation for a healthy and successful relationship.
The topics usually covered during therapy include communication patterms, love languages, conflict resolution, financial management, and expectations for the future.
Grounded in attachment theory, I assist couples in understanding the profound impact of past experiences on their present challenges, whether in the realm of intimacy, finances, or family/friend relationships—often rooted in each partner's unique life history.
In couples therapy we will work on identifying recurring cycles and patterns, exploring underlying vulnerabilities, and fostering compassionate communication, allowing partners to truly hear each other's concerns.
Recognizing that embarking on couples therapy can be intimidating, my commitment is to establish a secure and welcoming environment where partners feel at ease sharing personal matters and embracing vulnerability.
Parenting counseling focuses on providing support and guidance to parents in addressing different challenges related to parenting.
The goal of parenting therapy is to address the difficulties of parenthood, help parents be more aligned with each other and develop effective parenting skills.
Parenting counseling is also about improving communication within the relationship and with their children, while navigating the complexities of raising a family.