Outpatient Therapy Services

Couples Therapy

Intimate relationships can greatly impact our lives, stress levels, and mental health. Relationship and Couples Therapy can be incredibly helpful for intimate partners for a variety of reasons.

  • You want to improve the way you manage conflict
  • You want to improve your communication
  • You are preparing for or going through a major transition in your partnership
  • You want to deepen your understanding of one another so that you can feel closer and more connected

What to expect

Your initial session will take about an hour. It will include an introduction to your clinician. They will tell you all about their practice and answer any questions that you have coming in. They will complete an assessment which can involve your therapist asking personal questions about each of you, your history, and your relationship. Your therapist will want to get a good idea of how each of you would like to benefit from relationship therapy. Due to the complexities of relationship work, it may take multiple sessions to complete an initial assessment. Sometimes it may be appropriate for your therapist to meet with each of you separately, but they will not be conducting individual therapy. Your therapist will speak with you about this if it is indicated. Once the initial session and assessment are complete, your therapist will summarize their clinical impressions and will make a recommendation for treatment based on their assessment and, most importantly, your goals. In some cases, it may be appropriate for your therapist to recommend individual therapists for each of you if individual therapy needs arise in the course of relationship treatment.

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