Couples therapy is generally focused on partners in or out of marriage or relationships, but can also include business partners or co-workers. It can help address problems that have created stress in the relationship, and can help deepen mutual understanding. Couples therapy may also be used as a “pre-marital” tool to help define the relationship, determine the level of commitment, and smooth out differences that may cause problems later in the marriage. Couples may also seek out therapy to help decide whether they should stay together. Couples therapy for separating parents can be particularly helpful in making the transition to co-parents more harmonious. Our therapists address expectations, relationship patterns, communication dynamics, and issues related to problem-solving. Sometimes a therapist sees the partners individually, especially when it is important to address childhood issues that are impacting the relationship.
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