Are you struggling in your marriage?
- ·Do you feel alone or like roommates? When you got married, you didn't think you would grow apart, but now that seems to be the case. You want to feel close again, but you don't know how to break the ice.
- ·Do you feel unloved or disrespected? Maybe your coworkers show you more care and attention than your spouse. You feel unappreciated. Maybe you are thinking about calling it quits, but you have children or you don't believe in divorce.
- ·Are you tired of having the same arguments over and over? When certain topics come up, you think, "Here we go again." You want to jump off the "crazy cycle," but you don't know how.
About the Therapist
My husband and I met through our graduate school education in Marriage and Family Therapy. Taking classes together about counseling couples doubled as fun pre-marital training for us.
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Marriage counseling is our speciality. We are not afraid of conflict and know how to help. Marriage counseling can help you work through ways of relating that lead to unhappiness, and replace them with interactions that result in renewed trust and intimacy.
We start by identifying your strengths and growth areas as a couple. Then, we target your conflict areas with specific skills and strategies that you can learn to apply at home.
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What to Expect
Couples Counseling in East Cobb/Marietta, Georgia
I enjoy working with couples in general, but much of my focus is working with couples where faith is an important aspect of their relationship. Faith, or changes in that faith, can have a tremendous impact on a marriage. Working through those concerns and arriving at a point where both partners respect and understand their spouse’s faith is often easier with a couples therapist.
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