Professional Couples’ Counseling in Austin, Texas

Do you feel stuck in your relationship? Are you and your partner having a hard time communicating or feeling connected?

Couples counseling can help pinpoint the issues and identify strategies for working through them. I rely on evidence-based methods that have been tested for their effectiveness. My work is rooted in the research conducted by Drs. John and Julie Gottman and Dr. Stan Tatkin.

When it comes to relationships, no two couples are the same. Every relationship has its Achilles heel; while in some cases it results in a minor conflict that is soon resolved, in other situations it can equate to irreconcilable differences. As an experienced couples’ therapist, I approach each and every relationship afresh –tailoring a unique approach to therapy that addresses your specific situation and concerns.

What type of issues can counseling help to address?

Professional relationship counseling can help to address a wide range of issues within relationships, such as:

  • Communication issues
  • Feelings of disconnect
  • Issues of trust and emotional safety
  • Blended families

I offer marriage counseling for those who have run into difficulties after saying ‘I do’, whilst also providing therapy for those who may have left a traumatic relationship and are wanting to move on with their life.

As a licensed therapist, I bring a wealth of knowledge and experience that can work to help you resolve issues and achieve your goals – both independently and as a couple.

Are you searching for a therapist in Austin?

If you have been searching for a professional couples’ therapist in Austin, Texas, I can provide you with a safe, compassionate environment that is conducive to healing. My aim is to provide you with the tools needed to move forward.

If you would like to book an appointment, please get in touch today by calling (512) 231-0164. I am more than happy to provide you with a free consultation regarding how I can help your individual situation.

Visit my FAQ for details on how I approach therapy.