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Couples Therapy

Improve your relationship and work through conflict with an impartial therapist

Couples Therapy

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What Is Couples Therapy?

This form of psychotherapy or talk therapy can help you and your partner improve your relationship and work through challenges in a safe environment with an impartial therapist. Couples Therapy can help you at any stage of your relationship regardless of marital status, age, race, sexual orientation, or faith.

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What Can Couples Therapy Help You With?

Couples Therapy is a great opportunity for you and your partner to work as a team to work through different challenges and goals, which can include:

Are still unsure if couples therapy is right for you? Get in touch with our care team to book a free consultation.

Do I (we) Need To Go To Couples Therapy?

Relationships are not an easy task and the health of the partnership usually fluctuates over time. If your partner is not ready to start couples therapy, you can begin on your own.

Here are some scenarios in which Couples Therapy can become a helpful tool:

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Are still unsure if couples therapy is right for you? Get in touch with our care team to book a free consultation.

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Call or text us at (647) 715-3900 for immediate support. We are open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm EST.

Frequently Asked Questions

Couples Therapy typically involves meeting with a trained therapist who facilitates conversations between partners, helps identify unhealthy patterns, teaches communication skills, and guides the couple in developing strategies to address their issues constructively.

The duration of couples therapy varies depending on the complexity of the issues, the commitment of the partners, and the approach of the therapist. Some couples may see progress in a few sessions, while others may benefit from longer-term therapy.

If you want to figure out what's the best course of action for you and your partner, book a free consultation with us.

It's not uncommon for one partner to be hesitant or resistant to couples therapy initially. In such cases, open communication about the benefits of therapy and its potential to improve the relationship can help alleviate concerns. It may also be helpful to involve a neutral third party, such as a trusted friend or family member, to encourage participation.

We work with most extended health care plans and offer direct billing when available. We have different Couples Therapists with credentials that can be covered under Psychotherapy, Social Work, and Psychology sessions.
If you have any questions about insurance coverage, contact us.

What To Consider Before Going to Couples Therapy?

- Be patient, it might be hard to talk about your problems with a therapist at first
- Be ready for change and open to self-reflection
- Have realistic expectations about the outcome and process
- Be open to making changes and receiving feedback
- Prioritize personal safety in the case of domestic abuse or violence

What To Expect From Your Sessions?

The specific treatment plan will depend on your situation and the health of your relationship. Here are some things to expect from couples therapy sessions:

Making the decision to go to marriage counseling can be tough. If you have a troubled relationship, however, seeking help is more effective than ignoring your problems or hoping they get better on their own. Sometimes taking the first step by admitting the relationship needs help is the hardest part. Most individuals find the experience to be insightful and empowering.

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