Other Types of Therapy

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Your relationship might be at a standstill partly because you are having doubts about whether you still want the relationship or not.

You may not feel ready to commit yourself to couples therapy. Maybe you’ve discussed your feeling with your partner and it didn’t go well. Or maybe you’re reluctant to share your feelings (and possibly destabilize your relationship) until you know which way you want to go…

…but you’re going around and around in your head.

You might be surprised how helpful it feels to talk out loud to someone who really understands.

We help people who are feeling unsure about their relationships every day, and it helps. We won’t push you in either direction. Instead, we’ll help you consider all of the important things that may help you decide how you want to proceed.

Therapy that Covers Your Needs

Ambivalence might not be your problem.

Your relationship may be hindered by anxiety, depression or unusually difficult life conditions.

Our therapists have decades of experience providing individual (and sometimes family) therapy for a variety of issues and conditions that often impact relationships, such as:

  • Depression
  • Adolescent/pre-teen difficulties
  • Parenting methods
  • Self-esteem/feelings of inadequacy
  • Grief and loss
  • Anger
  • Alcohol or drug problems
  • Trauma and recovery from abuse
  • Problems of sexual functioning or desire
  • In-law and family of origin difficulties
  • Coping with infertility
  • Coping with chronic illness
  • Navigating life transitions
  • Men’s issues
  • Women’s issues
  • Finding meaning in life
  • Issues surrounding divorce (co-parenting, recovering from loss, etc.)
  • Issues related to race, culture or sexual orientation

Come in and talk to us about the things that hinder you from functioning as well as you’d like in your relationship(s) and in your life. Let us tell you how we can help.

Call 630-232-7457 for more information.