Marital Counseling

 

Marriage counseling can help open communication in a relationship when both spouses are committed to working toward change. However there's still hope for you and your marriage even if your spouse refuses to go to marriage counseling, states they are not "in love" with you any longer, wants a separation/divorce, or is already living apart from you. The first step is improving communication to express your thoughts and feelings appropriately concerning the current state of the relationship. Communicating effectively takes practice and a great deal of effort. Without healthy communication, it is nearly impossible to resolve conflicts or grow your marital relationship.

 

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  • Certifications

    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst
    • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    • Clinical Psychologist
    • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
    • Licensed Professional Counselor
    • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
    • AAMFT Approved Supervisor
    • Licensed Addictions Counselor
    • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
    • Licensed Speech Language Pathologist
    • Licensed Occupational Therapist
    • Licensed Physical Therapist