Unlock Your Relationship and Inspire More Love
The average couple endures six years of struggling in their relationship before they seek help. Why? Typically, they don’t quite know what to do about their conflicts or how to improve their interaction. So they keep trying the same old things and, unfortunately, they keep getting the same undesirable results.
Having been married for 27 years, I understand that creating and sustaining intimacy can be difficult. But many couples are encouraged by the idea that it is possible to create a more satisfying relationship — one in which both partners feel safe, chosen and cherished.
As a therapist, it’s my goal to help you understand as a couple how to draw forth, call and inspire love from each other. It is my job to help you uncover the roots of your conflict, identify your negative patterns and realize your power to change the nature of your bond from one of blame and insecurity to one of respect, responsiveness and love.
My therapeutic model is based on Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), a relatively short-term, collaborative approach, validated by more than 20 years of empirical research. It involves practical, systematic strategies that can create a shift in the way couples interact, and nurture a comforting and healing relationship.
Love is everything it’s cracked up to be … It really is worth fighting for, being brave for. And the trouble is, if you don’t risk anything, your risk will be even greater.
— Erica Jong