Find your way back to one another
Regain the spark

Build the relationship you’ve always wanted.

Most couples feel disconnected at some point in their relationship. We get stuck in the negativity, feel resentful, emotionally abandoned, invisible, and lost for words. Yet, admitting that our relationship needs help, can make us feel like failures. We are told that we’re supposed to figure it out on our own. It can be difficult to start therapy but it’s ok and normal to feel embarrassed or anxious. Being here is a sign of your commitment to healing, and that takes courage. Congrats on taking the first step.

Couples Therapy helps you rise above your challenges and start moving forward with less fighting and more loving, less doubting, and more trusting. I believe that you and your partner deserve the best chance at healing your love and get back to feeling enough for each other again.

My Approach

What to Expect

  • Each session is 50-60 minutes, virtual and couples are recommended to attend weekly for the best results
  • As per the research, couples can complete therapy in approximately 20 sessions, but If there are more complex challenges, couples can still make the same progress but may need to come for longer
  • After the free consultation, the first session takes place with both partners
  • Then 1-2 individual assessment sessions take place with each partner
  • The remaining sessions are with both partners until we complete therapy

What Healing Can Look Like


Couples are surprised that they don’t just find solutions to their problems, but are able to be in awe of each other again. They regain their spark, intimacy, and enjoy being around each other. They can express their needs and feelings without worrying about how their partner will react. Their long standing resentments and conflicts can seem to melt away. And a sense of security, attachment, love, and peacefulness returns, and the bond between them feels stronger.

You can breathe a sigh of relief, you can connect in a real way, and feel like each other’s person again.