Relationships Can Bring Great Joy…
At other times, they can bring, frustration, disappointment, and heartache.
Let me help you resolve your relationship troubles and create a healthy, loving relationship.
5 Reasons to See a Relationship Therapist:
You’re grieving the loss of a relationship that has ended.
Your past relationships have been difficult. You don’t want to make the same mistakes again.
You can’t find a relationship that meets your needs.
You’re in a relationship, but your partner won’t attend couples counseling with you.
You’re in a relationship that you’re considering leaving.
Relationship Problems You May Have
You’re tired of difficult relationships that bring struggle and pain.
Your relationships are fraught with conflict that doesn’t get resolved.
You feel unfulfilled in your relationships. You don’t feel connected enough to your partners. Perhaps there is too much distance.
You keep getting rejected or fear you will be, or maybe you are the one who ends your relationships.
You have difficulty trusting. You feel insecure and jealous in relationships. Perhaps you have been betrayed.
You are scared of being hurt anymore. You want the pain to stop.
As a Relationship Therapist, I Want to Help You Solve Your Relationship Problems.
Relationship struggles are common for many people - But, they can be even more troublesome when you are gay, lesbian or a transgender person. Due to homophobia in our society, many LGBT people often have emotional wounds that can add to relationship problems.
With a PhD in Psychology and specialized licensure as a marriage and family therapist, I have both the expertise and the understanding of LGBT populations to help you solve your relationship problems.
Through therapy, together, we can turn the page on your past relationship patterns. I can help you heal old hurts and feel ready and able to create a healthy fulfilling relationship.
How My Therapy Services Can Help You
Resolve old relationship wounds that prevent you from having the relationship you want.
Learn to trust more and feel more secure and confident in yourself.
Improve your communication skills. Learn how to ask to get your needs met and how to resolve conflict with respect and love.
Have deeper and more rewarding connections with relationship partners.
Know when to stay in a relationship and work on it, and when it might be best to leave.
Feel hopeful about your ability to have a loving relationship that meets your needs.