When we feel like our relationships are thriving, that great feeling can spill out into great feelings in other areas of our lives.
Unfortunately, the reverse of this is also true. If we are feeling frustrated and sad about these close relationships, this can affect our work, friendships, and relationships with family.
Working on improving the relationships with those close people in our lives can have such an immense impact.
If you are feeling stuck and frustrated, learn more about how couples counseling can help improve your life.
Struggling with a decision? Stuck in a rut? Feeling confused?
Helping you deal with personal struggles that are hindering your everyday functioning. If you feel overrun with anxiety or held back by depression, or just struggling through a challenging life transition, know that there is hope for feeling better.
The goal is to get your feeling better day-by-day through a combination of talk therapy and the use of skills. I have personally been through all of these issues and can help guide you through the maze and back to emotional freedom from the thoughts that are causing you suffering. There is hope if you reach out and ask for help.
If you or your spouse are considering divorce but are not completely sure that’s the best path, you are in a tough spot. And Discernment Counseling is designed for you. It’s a chance to slowdown, take a breath, and look at your options for your marriage.
Discernment Counseling is a new way of helping couples where one person is “leaning out” of the relationship—and not sure that regular marriage counseling would help--and the other is "leaning in”—that is, interested in rebuilding the marriage.
The counselor will help you decide whether to try to restore your marriage to health, move toward divorce, or take a time out and decide later.
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