Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy


Relationships are essential in our lives. Everyone deserves to feel loved and appreciated. Deep down, every person wants to feel genuinely heard and understood by their loved one. Whether a relationship is at the beginning or at a more mature stage, couples may need some guidance and support while navigating through the various challenges they may face. Your relationship may cause immense stress in your life. Two people may fight or withdraw love and affection or find themselves in a co-dependent relationship. Our childhood conditioning, beliefs and past experiences influence our behaviors, emotions, and feelings in our current relationship, and this can lead you to loneliness, sadness, frustration, and anger. Perhaps you are contemplating a break-up or divorce, though you are not ready to give up yet. Couples therapy may be solution needed to help you connect again with your partner and/or save your relationship, and your marriage.

Our Approach

With our collaborative approach, you and your significant other will leave therapy feeling more connected and secure in your relationship or marriage, and you will be able to apply the techniques learned in the future.

Couples therapy sessions last between 50 and 55 minutes. The frequency and duration depend mainly on your needs, treatment goals, and progress.

Common Problem Areas

Stress • Grief and loss • Depression • Anger Management • Pre-Marital and Marriage Challenges, Divorce • Family Conflict • Romantic relations, Codependency • Post -Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) •    Domestic violence • Alcohol and Drug Abuse • Other addictions (sex, pornography, shopping, gambling, food) • Career transitions • Sexual problems

How Can We Help?

Our experienced therapists at American Mental Health Institute are committed to working with you and helping your relationship blossom again.  We understand the subtleties of relationships, and can guide you to having a healthy and loving relationship.  We use evidence-based practice (EBP) methods to work with couples.

  • EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy)
  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy


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