In the beginning, your relationship felt fun, connected and loving, but now there’s distance between you, leaving you feeling more like roommates than lovers. When you talk, neither of you feel like you’re getting anywhere, or most of the conversations are about schedules, work or kids. One or both of you may feel lonely in the relationship at times. There may be some painful experiences that haven’t been healed, and some trust has been eroded. The possibility of enjoying each other again, as partners, lovers and friends, is one you and your partner feel ready to explore. You both long for a more meaningful and joyful relationship.
I work with couples to help them learn to communicate, listen to each other with empathy and understand their relationship dynamic. I help couples heal past hurts and build stronger bonds of trust. I work collaboratively with clients to build the right therapeutic space and experience for them. I am also certified in Systematic Affair Recovery Therapy.
I also work with individuals to process past traumas, including PTSD and complex-PTSD, who find themselves struggling with integrating the past and moving forward purposefully in life. I help clients find relief from anxiety and depression, low self-image and feelings of being stuck. I am also Level 1 certified in Brainspotting.
Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist, AMFT #128714, under supervision of Dr. Sean Davis, LMFT, PsyD