About Couples Therapy

Couples therapy involves having intimate partners in the therapy room working together. The path of the treatment will be determined by the needs of both the partners and the relationship unit. PsychBreak strives to create a safe and inclusive environment to explore the issues which often arise during the course of a relationship. This may include conflict over issue like money, sexual relationships, spiritual differences, time spent together, co-parenting, negotiating household responsibilities, and infidelity, among others.

Individuals bring to relationships their specific expectations, wants, fears, needs, and experiences. Couples counseling serves as a vehicle for strengthening the partners to better understand themselves and each other. Conflict is a natural part of any relationship, and through the assistance of a trained therapist the couple can learn to communicate more openly, and as a result build a stronger partnership.

Couples & Marriage Counseling

Conflict in intimate partnerships can be a healthy part of life. However, unresolved conflicts can become a significant stressor on relationships and can negatively impact a partners’ satisfaction. PsychBreak strives to honor the unique challenges that relationships may bring while working with couples to enhance their happiness together.

The therapists at PsychBreak have worked with a wide variety of couples including those in LGBTQIA relationships, married, engaged, united by civil union, non-monogamous, polyamorous, dating, cohabiting, and for many common relationships problems.

Partner conflicts often center around issues of trust, value differences, communication styles, financial issues, and extended family.

Regardless of the source of couples’ conflict or marital problems the therapists at PsychBreak can understand the nature of your relationships and the difficulties you face, while helping both partners to achieve a higher level of relationship satisfaction. In some cases, one individual seeks therapy for relationship self-help. PsychBreak couples’ therapists can work with one partner as the primary client, usually with occasional visits by the second member of a relationship.

Contact us to learn more about couples and marriage counseling services at PsychBreak.