• Marriage Counseling Denver In-person and Online

    “Intimacy isn’t something you have. It’s something you do.” – Terry Real

    Currently accepting new clients!

    RLT (Relational Life Therapy) trained couples therapists!

    Maintaining harmony in intimate relationships is one of life's greatest challenges.

    While we may be accomplished in our careers, the tools and skills we employ at work don’t always translate to our relationships.

    Thus, when we’re unable to get through to our partner, we feel the pain of disconnection, we feel helpless, and this can result in anger, confusion, and loneliness.

    When in a state of disconnection, we often feel as if we’re wasting time, or missing out on our true potential.

    This happens because, unfortunately, we are not taught how to really be relational.

    Luckily, our passion is helping you achieve the healthy and intimate relationship you deserve – a relationship that helps you up when you’re down, amplifies the positives when things are good, and provides you vitality and confidence to be your best self.

    A relationship that improves not only your emotional health, but your physical health as well (studies show that those in a healthy relationship live longer).

    We teach relational skills that help you out of disconnection and into appreciation, love, vibrancy, and more sex.

    To learn more about our approach to couples therapy and marriage counseling in person or online click here. We also specialize in helping couples rebuild trust after infidelity.

    To start your journey back into relational health, set up an initial phone consultation or schedule an appointment, click below:

    Meet the team

    Investing in Your Relationship

    Even more fundamentally, joyous, loving relationships can confirm our place in the world and make manifest our highest aspirations as human beings.

    We owe it

    We owe it to ourselves, each other, and our children to be happy. When we’re happy everyone benefits.

    Couples researcher

    Couples researcher John Gottman points out that investing in relationship health can reap more rewards than a gym membership. 

    Research shows

    Research shows that a healthy relationship can extend one’s lifespan and protect against memory loss.

    How to work with us! Winter 2023

    A quick exercise to build connection!

    The Podcast!

    This podcast is for parents who want to have a healthy relationship while be great parents.

    How do we do that?

    There’s some great advice and expert interviews!

    Top Rated Couples Counselor In Denver