Whether planning your forever or "for now," counseling can help you better connect, better communicate, or realize you're better apart.
What is Relationship Therapy?
Most commonly referred to as “couples counseling” or “marriage counseling,” we choose to recognize the variety of romantic-emotional relationships that exist. “Relationship therapy” is inclusive of couples, ex-partners, co-parents, polyamorous relationships, and other ways two or more people may connect.
Most commonly, partners come into therapy wanting to improve communication. Counseling can help you to identify your communication styles and emotional patterns and to explore the personal and relationship histories that impact your behavior.
Relationship therapy can focus on preparing for your future (such as with premarital counseling) or help you find new ways of relating to each other if you have been finding yourself navigating the same issues again and again.
Am I in the right place?
Our therapists are qualified to counsel on a variety of concerns. Below are some of our specialties and the reasons clients seek us out. If you need help navigating something you don’t see below, reach out to us and we will identify the best possible fit at Chill Counseling or refer you to therapists in our network who we think can help!
How can we help?
You may be experiencing common relationship issues or navigating challenges unique to you. Below are just a few reasons our clients come in for relationship counseling:
- Communication Issues
- Pre-marital Counseling
- Blended Families
- Infidelity & Trust
- Boundary-setting with extended family
- Relationship Transitions (e.g., engagement, moving in, job loss)
- Recurring conflict/arguments
- Sex & Intimacy
Ready to begin your therapy journey?
Schedule with our of our clinicians!