Our experience enables us to offer effective relationship counseling. We have been trained by the best. We have attended training from the Couples Institute, Stan Tatkin, Esther Perel, Diane Poole Heller, Janice Abrahms Spring and Terry Real at the Relational Life Institute. Every relationship is different and is treated differently. We are conveniently located for marriage counseling in Springboro and general therapy in Springboro. If you’re looking for marriage counseling in Centerville, we are very close! Take a look at our location.
Our focus is to help you heal, energize, and become aware of your patterns in your relationship. We achieve this by providing a neutral safe space, listening to your concerns, and customizing a treatment plan.
Physical and emotional affairs are very difficult to deal with. Many times, it turns your life upside down, and it's difficult to think of anything else. We work toward making things better. Sometimes, your partner will want to work it out. Other times, they will not. We can help with the life changes that affairs bring to your life.
Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through counseling and treatment, we are frequently able to help you recover motivation, perspective, and joy that you once had in your life. There are no magic wands, but if you are willing to work, we can help.
We are open and very experienced with alternative lifestyles. Whether you are in a straight, gay, open, swinging or poly relationship, we can help. There's no judgement here.
Many relationships go through rough spots. Sometimes things iron themselves out, other times you need some help. We help 'unstick' relationships. Need someone objective? We'd like to help.
Do you think that things have been getting stale? You might feel that communication is more difficult than before. You might be having more disagreements, and your sex life seems to be suffering. Not that things are bad, but you know they used to be a lot better. In this situation, one partner thinks things need work, and the other partner thinks things are fine. Not that things are bad, but that they are not fun and joyful anymore.