Relationship Counseling for Individuals and Couples
Distress Signals for Couples
Communications: Communications between the partners often take on a negative tone of and result in hostility or antagonistic encounters.
Same Argument Over-and-Over: Couples experience arguing over the same issue for years without resolution and/or closure. Couples experience gridlock.
Depression and Anxiety: Relationship issues can exacerbate one partner's depression and anxiety, which can manifest in the withdrawal from the relationship.
Withdrawal: One or both partners avoids or withdraws from the other or develops a lifestyle that leaves out the other against their wishes.
Intimacy Issues: There are sexual/intimacy problems in the relationship that cannot seem to be solved and cause negative feelings or frustration with one's partner.
Infidelity: A partner has been unfaithful, and has just been discovered. Or, a partner is seriously thinking of having an affair due to problems in the relationship.
Lack of Trust: For various reasons, one partner has lost trust in the other and does not know how to gain it back again.
Addiction Issues: One partner or both have addiction issues that are now obstacles in having healthy relationship.
Feeling Trapped: Partners feel trapped in the relationship because they are not getting their needs met and feel obligated to stay together for a compelling reason: financial, expectatsion, or "for the sake of the children".
Physical Violence: Marriage problems have led to violence or physical fighting.
If you recognize your relationship in any of the above scenarios then you and your partner can benefit from speaking with a Couples' Counseling Specialist.
If you're on the verge of divorce or experiencing uncomfortable relationship issues, please feel free to call or contact me directly NOW for a confidential, complimentary telephone consultation about your concerns and to discuss your options. Contact me at (818) 859-6766 or use the Contact Form to the right to learn how I may be of assistance to you.