Marriage Counseling in San Diego
Can love survive the peaks and valleys of life?
Yes. It absolutely can.
LOVE can and will survive with the right amount of care and attention.
Being married is a unique, beautiful, yet complex experience. Every year of marriage seems to have it’s own set of growing pains, stressors, and joys. Whether you are newly married, or have been a unit for thirty years, I'm sure you can attest to the statement above.
The good news is, no matter which stage of life you and your partner are in, there are always ways of building a deeper, more meaningful connection with one another.
Through marriage counseling in San Diego, couples can create a solid and resilient relationship.
What if our ship is sinking? Can Marriage Counseling still help?
Yes. It's never too late to reach out for help.
If you and your spouse are struggling- if you are desperate for relief- or if you have found yourself googling “save my marriage,” worry no more.
Marriage counseling in San Diego can help you and your partner resolve ongoing conflict so that you can be a team once again.
As your trusted San Diego marriage counselor, I will help you work through your major points of contention and find realistic solutions for your issues. I want you and your loved one to experience a full and more connected relationship.
Why Marriage Counseling in San Diego?
Marriage counseling can help you and your parter restore connection, build a deeper bond, and reignite passion.
Whether you are experiencing what many refer to as the “seven-year itch” or if you truly believe that your relationship is doomed, marriage counseling can help align you with positive solutions, vital communication skills, and invaluable tools.
- Build trust, increase emotional engagement, and begin to recover from those heavy betrayals and relational injuries that have been putting a wedge (or even a wall) between you and your spouse.
The Marriage Counseling process using Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
I am here to support you through times of stress and transition. My goal is to help you to feel deeply understood, heard, and seen by your spouse.
My main objective is to help you to break free from vicious cycles of loneliness and anger, so that you can feel valued, supported, and truly loved by your partner.
How do we change your couples dance via marriage counseling?
We change your dance, by using the structured approach of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)- a model that promotes healthy and secure attachment within a marriage.
About Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
- EFT is based on explicit and clear conceptualizations of adult love and marital distress. These conceptualizations are backed by empirical research on the nature of adult attachment and marital despair.
- EFT is collaborative and has been applied to various issues and diverse populations.
- With over 20 years of empirical research, EFT, has become THE preferred model in helping couples create a secure, resilient, and healthy bond.
Research on EFT
According to the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT), “a substantial body of research outlining the effectiveness of EFT now exists. Research studies find that 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery and approximately 90% show significant improvements,” (ICEEFT, 2017).
The research also states that “EFT is the only model of couple intervention that uses a systematic empirically validated theory of adult bonding as the basis for understanding and alleviating relationship problems,” (ICEEFT, 2017).
Learn to Change your dance
If you are looking to build trust, increase safety, and create connection in your most valuable relationship, San Diego marriage counseling is the answer. I am here to help you change your relationship dance so you no longer fall into vicious cycles of pain and disconnection.
AND NOW, it’s time to learn some new dance moves.
The first step is simple.
Click on the link below and request a discovery call with me today and let’s do this together- one step at a time.
What is EFT? ICEEFT (2017). Retrieved July 26, 2017, from http://www.iceeft.com/index.php/about-us/what-is-eft