ARE YOU LOOKING TO HAVE MORE SATISFACTION AND PLEASURE AS A COUPLE?
The three “I’s” or The imperative of investing in intimacy in your primary relationship:
- You do not want to be alone. You will feel alone or be alone if you neglect connection with your partner.
- Not making deposits in a “love bank” you share with your partner is a ticking time bomb for your relationship. The only questions are when and how?
- You know the imperative/importance of this at a deep level, in your heart. Couples Mentoring with us shifts the dialogue to what limits your “investing acumen” (e.g. negative scripting from family or individual history) to the ways you must and can invest. Is there a better day than today to reach out for help?
Working with us as co-therapists, you benefit from the combined insights, knowledge and participation of a husband and wife therapy team. The blend of male and female perspectives typically enhances results.
We also offer transformational experiences that integrate the mind/body connection with talk therapy to maximize benefit including Embodied Couples Work (Exceptional Marriage Approach)
More about couples:
Tools for couples in conflict
Couples sessions are available in our offices in Wilton, Connecticut (Fairfield County) on the Upper Westside of Manhattan at 275 Central Park West (88th Street) and online through Skype and other video-enabled services.
We are long distance relationship specialists for couples living apart and specialize in:
Online support for couples including couples where one or both partners is in a different country.
Stepfamily/ blended family problems, and second marriage or other remarriage issues
Family Therapy for separation and divorce
We are open to whatever strategies are needed for couples to open up and be able to share. Sometimes a little play fighting in the sandbox goes a long way!
Hear us in an interview on our work with couples in their second marriages from the radio show "Keeping Connected with Trevor Crow"
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We highly recommend these books and other resources for couples to see what is possible through couples work.