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Do You Have To Be Happy Alone Before You Can Be Happy In A Relationship? | Relationship Therapy

19 Dec
Relationship Therapy

As a therapist providing relationship therapy, I suspect this question is frequently asked because many people are unhappy in their relationships and whether they remain with their partner or they break up, this question often arises. In either scenario, there’s a trail of situations where someone has accepted so little (or better yet, put up […]

WHY WON’T YOU TALK TO ME? BECAUSE YOU’RE SCREAMING AT ME! | Couples Therapy

17 Oct
couples therapy

The title of this article is a common theme encountered when working with couples who enter couples therapy. Both partners maintain their position that they each handle conflict in reaction to the others inappropriate style of communication.  Whether that is yelling because the other won’t engage or avoiding because the other is yelling  They commonly […]

The Right Formula For Solving Marriage Conflict?

24 Jun
conflict therapy | Santa Clarita

I provide couples therapy with the motto that a relationship doesn’t need to be issue free to be successful. Instead, the definition of a healthy relationship is one where the partners can identify their issues, agree upon them, and can productively discuss them. I also strongly believe that each relationship has to be able to […]