How do you know when it’s time to seek therapy?
Couples often seek therapy when they are so far into a situation or a problem that they have run out of energy and see therapy as a last resort.
But as therapist Kristie Overstreet explains, “Most issues within a couple start small and then grow in size when they don’t get resolved. This is where therapy can help, by giving tools and techniques to improve conflict resolution.” Most couples tell me they should have started therapy years earlier.
If you’d like to explore whether couples therapy could benefit your relationship, scroll down to How Can I Help? and enter your name, email, and message to set up a consultation. I’ll be back in touch as quickly as I can.
“Relationships are a journey.
Conflict is an opportunity for growth.”
How I Work
The work I do is informed by Imago and Encounter Centered Couples Therapy as taught by Hedy Schleifer. I have been training with her since 2013 and she brings with her 40 years of teaching and working with couples, as well as a 53 year long marriage.
I will teach you new ways to communicate, resolve conflict and deepen your understanding of yourself and your beloved.
We will work in 90 minute sessions on weekly basis until you gain clarity about the next steps to take in your relationship together.