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“Conflict is an opportunity to learn how to love each other better over time.” - John Gottman

Nurturing Healthy Relationships:
8-week workshop series for couples
trying to conceive, pregnant and postpartum

**Wednesdays, September 11 - October 30 @ 7:30 - 8:30pm**

Join us for this special 8-week workshop series designed for couples who are on the journey of trying to conceive, are currently pregnant, or in the postpartum stage. This virtual workshop focuses on maintaining and strengthening relationships during these significant life transitions. Whether you're navigating the challenges of trying to conceive, preparing for parenthood, or adjusting to life with a new baby, this workshop will provide you with valuable insights, tools, and support. Don't miss the opportunity to connect with other couples and strengthen your romantic relationship.

Couples in distress; their inner child desiring closeness and engagement; defensive patterns making it difficult to connect
Couples Counseling

Premarital Counseling

Start your partnership off with a strong foundation by dedicating a handful of sessions to premarital counseling. Premarital counseling allows you and your partner to improve your communication and compassion toward one another, decide important aspects of the relationship before they become an issue, help you plan for the future, and learn more about each other and yourselves.

Premarital Couseling

Couples Counseling

When your romantic relationship is suffering, it can have pervasive effects on other areas of your life. If you and your partner are having frequent, intense arguments without satisfying repairs or resolutions, feeling unheard or unseen by one another, experiencing a decline in passion or physical intimacy, noticing persistent negative feelings toward one another, or having difficulty making calm, collaborative decisions, it might be time to engage in couples therapy. My practice is inclusive; I work with LGBTQ+ couples, open relationships, and interracial/cross-cultural couples. I have training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy (IBCT), and Level 1 of Gottman Method Couples Therapy. I will work with you and your partner to first identify the main concerns in your relationship through a thorough assessment, provide an individualized treatment plan based on your specific problem areas, and provide you with concrete tools that you can utilize in and outside of sessions. I combine my various training experiences to create changes that you will begin to see early on in treatment, with special emphasis on the 3 areas that most strongly predict long-lasting relationships:

  1. Treating your partner like a good friend

  2. Handling conflicts in gentle and positive ways

  3. Being able to repair after conflicts and negative interactions

Welcoming a new baby into your family can make it difficult to remain close and connected to your partner or spouse

Perinatal Couples

Trying to conceive, pregnancy and parenthood can be particularly vulnerable experience for a family. These transitions involve emotional and physical challenges that you may not expect or anticipate, and that may affect the way you feel toward or interact with your partner. I have experience helping couples and families with:

  • Pre-baby counseling

  • Trying to conceive

  • Preparing to bring baby home

  • Pregnancy loss

  • Preterm birth

  • NICU hospitalization

  • Traumatic delivery

  • Parenting

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