Things are tough throughout America right now. In the midst of it all, you think of your mate and wonder…
- “Can I count on her?”
- “Why won’t he talk about what’s wrong?”
If you aren’t getting the right answer — if you aren’t finding comfort and encouragement in one another — you don’t have to give up on your relationship!
Could you use some help?
- Are you in a negative cycle that takes over your relationship?
- Are you going round and round or — worse yet — nowhere at all?
Sometimes you need a safe place to talk things through — a place where your faith is taken seriously.
We’re here to walk you through some very practical steps that can help you save and enrich your relationship by creating a safe emotional connection and a new, more supportive way to be together.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a short term (8-20 sessions), structured approach to couples therapy formulated in the early 80s. Research studies find that 70-73% of couples move from distress to recovery, and approximately 90% show significant improvements in their relationships.
With So Much at Stake …
… choosing the right therapist is
more important than ever!
In fact, finding the right therapist could save you a lot of time and money and frustration!
Our therapists are experienced with men’s and women’s issues, and we know you both need to feel comfortable with your choice of counselor.