Marriage therapy is based on the premise that maintaining a healthy and happy marriage can be a daunting and sometimes very difficult task and this form of therapy is for people in marriage. Helps to heal your marriage. Our experienced marriage therapists provide support and intervention that can help a mistrustful partner cope safely and begin the process of problem solving and healing. Our therapists help couples identify their problems and work together to resolve their differences. During marital therapy, therapists help couples overcome difficulties such as alienation and loss of love, communication problems, issues, misunderstandings and competition to determine which vision and goals govern them.
Couples therapy focuses on the pattern of interactions between two people, while allowing for the individual histories and contributions of each member.
Couples therapy is often the treatment of choice for a range of problems: sexual dysfunction, alcohol and substance abuse, the disclosure of an infidelity, depression and anxiety disorders, infertility, serious medical illness, and parenting impasses. In addition, couples therapy may be helpful in the resolution of polarized relational issues (e.g., the decision to marry or divorce, the choice to have a child or an abortion, or the decision to move to another city for one partner’s career).
Our basic principles for a couple therapy include:
- Provide a confidential dialogue, which normalizes feelings
- To enable each person to be heard and to hear themselves
- Provide a mirror with expertise to reflect the relationship’s difficulties and the potential and direction for change
- Empower the relationship to take control of its own destiny and make vital decisions
- Deliver relevant and appropriate information
- Change the view of the relationship
- Improve communication
Set clear goals and objectives
- To identify the repetitive, negative interaction cycle as a pattern.
- To understand the source of reactive emotions that drive the pattern.
- To expand and re-organize key emotional responses in the relationship.
- To facilitate a shift in partners’ interaction to new patterns of interaction.
- To create new and positively bonding emotional events in the relationship
- To foster a secure attachment between partners.
- To help maintain a sense of intimacy.
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Because we hold our patients in high esteem, we are available to render our inpatient and outpatient services in the management of psychological and behavioral issues.