Silver Linings Psych remains committed to providing excellent care to both new and existing clients through the HIPAA compliant secured telehealth platform, Simple Practice.

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The GOAL for the couple in therapy is to uncover relationship patterns that have both members of the couple feeling stuck and to assist the couple in finding better ways of coping, communicating, and relating to one another.

The difficulties couples experience may be complex, but typically the solutions are simple and achievable. We will support you and help your relationship improve by utilizing various interventions and empirically-validated approaches to working with the couple. Most clients find the strategies they learn in couples therapy to have a tremendous impact on all areas of one’s life. 

It only takes ONE partner to influence positive change.

Couples Therapy

Have you and your spouse reached a point you have hurt each other so much that you have shut down emotionally and essentially live together like frustrated roommates?

Have you begun engaging in unhealthy habits, such as alcohol and drug abuse, workaholism, or infidelity to avoid and numb the pain you feel in your marriage?

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Has your busy day-to-day family and work-life caused you and your partner to lose connection with each other and not focus on your relationship?

Are you and your spouse stuck in an exhausting cycle of conflict?

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Do you experience any of the following with your significant other:

Being in a committed relationship is supposed to be one of life’s most precious and rewarding gifts, yet sadly, it can also become one of life’s greatest sources of pain and distress. So often we enter into relationships expecting satisfaction, joy, and companionship only to find anxiety, isolation, and disappointment. 

The Struggle

Not only is couples therapy a valuable tool for relationships with severe struggles, it can also be extremely helpful for couples experiencing mild relationship difficulties that are simply in need of support during a particularly stressful time, such as during the birth of a new child, the death of a loved one, or the loss of a job. Going to couples counseling at the onset of a problem can be a preventative measure or a “marriage tune-up,” helping to prevent further pain and struggle down the road.

There is no better time than the present to commit to yourself and your partner! You both will thank your future selves for this!

Is Couple’s Therapy For Me?