Couples Counseling
No relationship is formed without unique trials and pains. Couples may be left feeling angry, resentful and uncertain where to go next when negativity and conflict become an overwhelming presence in the relationship. Couples counseling can help you to:

  • Stop negative cycles of blaming and withdrawal.
  • Listen in a way that promotes empathy and understanding.
  • Explore new alternatives to escape locked patterns of fighting.
  • Better understand yourself and your partner.
  • Find more playfulness and joy in your marriage.
  • Reconnect with your original feelings of love.
  • Communicate more effectively.
  • Transform conflict into an opportunity to build trust and avoid resentment.
  • Heal past wounds that continue to harm your current relationship.
  • Protect against divorce.

Individual Counseling
Counseling is designed to provide a safe, confidential place that supports growth and change.  Individual counseling is always based upon your unique goals, needs, and challenges. Here are some reasons many people seek out counseling...

  • Difficult Life Transitions
  • Loss of Motivation or Drive
  • Relationship Issues
  • Inability to Express Your Feelings
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Abuse, PTSD or Trauma
  • Divorce or Separation
  • Grief or Loss

Premarital Counseling using the PREPARE/ENRICH Couples Assessment
I am a trained facilitator of PREPARE/ENRICH. This is an excellent tool for helping couples explore and strengthen their relationships. PREPARE/ENRICH is not just any survey. The items you respond to are based on research and are intended to help you identify the unique strengths and potential growth areas of your relationship. I am trained to provide feedback that will help you understand your results, identify strength and growth areas, and learn important relationship skills.

Triple P Teen Parenting
Standard Teen Triple P provides parents with parenting support and interventions for parents of teenagers up to 16 years of age. As part of Triple P Teen, parents will receive a thorough family assessment, learn to set and monitor their own goals, encourage positive behavior in teens, and teach their teens new skills such as problem solving, conflict resolution and self-regulation. Parents also learn new strategies for addressing misbehavior (e.g. breaking family rules, taking inappropriate risks, emotional outbursts).