Hope for Your Relationship
We often receive calls from people saying things like “Our marriage is hanging by a thread,” or “We just want to be able to say we gave it our best shot before calling it quits.” The discouragement is palpable. Hope for the future of their relationship has all but disappeared.
That’s where we come in. When you’re discouraged, we can help you find new, untried ways to move forward. We’ve been studying relationship dynamics for years, and we have the experience and expertise to help.
Research-Based Marriage Counseling
We base our counseling on the most recent research available. While much of our work draws from the findings of Drs. John and Julie Gottman, we also lean heavily on the research of thought leaders like Dr. Sue Johnson, Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, and Dr. Brene Brown. If you are new to the world of counseling psychology, a lot has happened in the past 20 years. Advances in neuroscience are revolutionizing our understanding of the brain and how it works.
And application of those findings by therapists means that life-changing counseling results are within reach like never before. Our Orlando marriage and couples counseling center is committed to bringing the best, most proven therapeutic methods to our clients. So whether you feel like your relationship is one step away from falling apart or you just want to improve on a relationship already, there is hope. We can help you find lasting change.
Contact our office to learn more.
Orlando Marriage Therapists
While therapy is hard work, it is best to think of it as an investment in your future. Our Orlando marriage therapists start the process by taking the time to learn as much as possible about the history and status of your relationship, meeting with you both as a couple and then individually. After these meetings, you will be asked to complete some objective assessments to provide more in-depth insights into the dynamics of your relationship.
It is important to remember that counseling takes time; all information we gather is essential to developing a plan, which you will receive during your second appointment. The plan will set out your goals and what you are striving to achieve, map out how you are going to achieve them, and give you a time estimate of how long it will likely take to see the results of your hard work.