Marriage Counseling and Couples Therapy in Denver, Colorado

Intimate relationships are the most difficult things we do. Although we may be very accomplished and successful in our career, often we find ourselves face-to-face with recurring conflicts and stalemates in our relationship that continually baffle us and bring us pain. This is a hopeless place, and it’s usually accompanied by feelings of anger, confusion, and hurt.

Unfortunately, we are not taught relational skills in school.

I work to help you two recover your relationship. To help you two learn how to have conflict and be OK; to move you from insecurity to security. Basically, to help you two recover intimacy and have a relationship that thrives.

To learn more about my approach to marriage counseling and couples therapy click here. Interested in a couple intensive?

To set up an initial phone consultation or schedule an appointment click below: 

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Individual Therapy for Relationship Recovery

There is no arguing that life can be difficult. Everyone needs support as we are not rocks.

Generally, we are incredibly hard on ourselves, and we don’t trust our ability to handle life on life’s terms. We also have a low threshold for discomfort and pain, and so we attempt to feel better at the expense of getting better. The problem is that such attempts impede our growth as individuals and within our relationship.

In addition to marriage counseling and couple therapy, I also work individually to help you recover a healthy relationship with yourself. My special interests include addiction, relationship issues, affairs, and anxiety.

To set up an initial phone consultation or schedule an appointment click below: 

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This is an intro video on how I got to where I am personally and professional. As well as a little bit about my divorce, my current marriage, and marriage counseling and couple therapy:

Fact of Life

There is one glaring fact of life: someday we will die. So we better get on appreciating ourselves and loving each other. Whether in a committed relationship or not, we owe it to ourselves and each other to be happy. We don’t know how much time we have. So let’s get on with it!

I believe William Sloane Coffin Jr. summed it up pretty well:

The world is too dangerous for anything but truth and too small for anything but love.

Thank you for visiting my website, I look forward to helping you recover your relationship via couples therapy or individual therapy.

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