How do we know if we
need couple’s therapy?

People decide to begin couple’s therapy for many reasons. Whatever the reason may be, I am here to help you and your partner when you have the goal of improving your relationships. The following are some of the most common reasons couples come to see me.


A lot of couples I counsel reach out to me because they plan on getting married, and they have decided to engage in premarital counseling as a form of couple’s therapy. This is such a wonderful step to take before you embark on one of the most important decisions of your life. Things we would cover in marriage counseling would be like:

  • What do you want your marriage to be like?
  • What are your financial priorities?
  • Have you discussed your ideas about parenting?
  • How are your relationships with your future in-laws? What boundaries do see putting in place with them?
  • How do your individual backgrounds influence your ideas about marriage?
  • Do you know how to argue properly? Do you know how to make up?


Quite often couples come to me because their relationships are in real danger and they have decided to pursue couple’s therapy in hopes of rebuilding their relationship. Here are a few signs of a marriage in distress to consider:

  • Every conversation becomes an argument.
  • You’d rather Netflix binge at night than have sex.
  • You’re nicer to complete strangers than you are to your own spouse.
  • You sit on opposite ends of the couch – if you’re even in the same room with each other.
  • You belittle each other in public – on purpose.

“Never above you. Never below you. Always beside you.” – Walter Winchell

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