Denver Couples’ Therapy and Marriage Counseling
Parent-Child Relationship Therapy, Sibling Relationship Counseling, and More
Few things in life are more stressful than a strained relationship. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to stay that way forever. My Denver relationship therapy services offer a practical approach to restoring trust, patience, and understanding so that you can move forward together in a positive way.
I have been providing marriage counseling services in Denver for decades, and I have worked with couples in nearly every situation you can imagine. Being stuck in conflict, for whatever reason, should not be a source of shame. You should never feel too embarrassed to ask for the help you need to restore communication and respect in your marriage. That is my primary objective in my Denver couples’ therapy practice: I want to create a warm and inviting atmosphere for you and your partner to find that sense of renewal that you are looking for.
Why Do People Seek Relationship Therapy?
Every relationship is different, and your reason for seeking couples’ therapy is likely to be just as unique. It’s all about your situation and your personal perspective, and I always tailor my services to the needs of the couple. There are some characteristics, however, that many couples seem to have in common when they come to see me. Examples may include:
- One or both parties feels alone, stressed, or misunderstood.
- They are experiencing a very stressful major life event (a death in the family, unemployment, empty nest, relocation, etc).
- They may have been affected by an affair or other form of infidelity in their marriage.
- They are facing threats of divorce.
- They are emotionally or sexually dissatisfied.
Again, these are just examples. If none of these apply to you, give me a call anyway. Let’s discuss your concerns and your hopes for therapy. I believe that with a true commitment from both parties, we can restore the magic and fulfillment to your relationship.
Family Relationship Therapy
Family relationships face many of the same challenges as any other relationship. Of course, we see this most often as adolescents enter adulthood. There are so many adjustments that have to be made in order to accommodate these major life transitions, and it’s not uncommon for parents and their children to struggle through these milestones.
Strained relationships can also happen between siblings, with grandparents, or even among more distant relatives. When you care so deeply for another person, you will inevitably face conflict. My role is to help you improve the quality of your communication and overcome the disagreements that are preventing you from enjoying a positive relationship with your loved ones.
Are you ready to do what it takes to restore balance and respect in your relationship? If so, I would love to help you do just that. Contact me to learn more.