WHAT DO YOU WANT
IN YOUR LOVE LIFE?
Respect, trust, and
WHAT DO YOU WANT IN YOUR LOVE LIFE?
Joy and excitement
Couples therapy can help your relationship thrive.
You can have the love you want.
Learning to understand and accept your differences
can help you and your partner grow together.
Are you struggling with
Blame or criticism
Feeling taken for granted
Distance or disconnection
Past hurts that keep resurfacing
Identifying patterns that fuel the cycle of fighting
can help you change it.
Sometimes we are hurt in relationship, and we can heal in relationships too.
Conflict sheds light on what needs attention and can actually deepen your connection.
Exploring your patterns with family or prior partners can reveal your expectations about love or relationships.
Sometimes we need practice
connecting with kindness and curiosity.
Underlying every complaint is a longing for love or happiness.
Silence or defensiveness stems from a need for acceptance or safety.
Speaking and listening with your heart will deepen empathy and understanding.
Couples therapy can help you
create more of what you’re wanting.
Cultivating healthy relationships
Identifying and expressing needs or wants
Setting and respecting boundaries
Caring for yourself with the same tenderness you give to loved ones
Renewing your friendship, fondness, and admiration for each other
Managing the everyday stresses of life or work
Working as a team to address challenges together
Navigating changes together
Starting new chapters, like marriage or parenthood
Honoring each other in separations or divorces
Processing grief or loss
Bringing together families or friends
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
Relationships are what makes life meaningful. We can clarify what patterns might make it challenging to connect with other people. Sometimes the way we say things or certain behaviors end up pushing people away, perhaps because we’re feeling angry, afraid of getting hurt, or overwhelmed. By slowing things down, we can discover deeper emotions, wants, and needs and find ways to express these in a way that invites connection and empathy.
Jess is courageous in addressing dynamics in relationships while holding a space of compassion for differing perspectives. She is deeply invested in people feeling heard and is skilled in the process of conflict transformation.