Couples counselor

Marriage counseling, also called couples therapy, is a type of psychotherapy. Marriage counseling helps couples — married or not — recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. Through marriage counseling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding your relationship or, in some cases, going your separate ways.

Our couples counselor company – New York Center for Psychotherapy – offers couples the opportunity to explore either rebuilding a relationship or giving serious consideration to separation and divorce. Clients are assisted in making decisions, encouraged to work through feelings of loss, anger and fear, and educated about the process and the effects of separation and divorce. We are especially sensitive to the needs of children and they are helped to understand and express their feelings, communicate openly with both parents, and adapt to new situations such as separate households and/or step families.

Couples Counseling from our centerRelationship counseling is the process of counseling the parties of a relationship in an effort to recognize and to better manage or reconcile troublesome differences and repeating patterns of distress. The relationship involved may be between members of a family or a couple (see also family therapy), employees or employers in a workplace, or between a professional and a client.

If you find yourself taking your spouse’s behaviors personally all the time, learn how to take a step back. Ask yourself if there are any other possible reasons for your spouse’s behaviors. Try to determine the best approach to dealing with these behaviors when you are calm. You may find that waiting until you are calm helps you to see them from a more rational perspective. Our Center for Psychotherapy is your Couples Counselor in New York!

New York Center for Psychotherapy have been helping people in New York for over 35 years through individual, marriage and couple counseling. We have helped couples and single men and women resolve their conflicts about relationships.

Is the sexual and affectionate part of your relationship missing? Would you like to recapture those times when you and your partner experienced loving, sexual moments? Have you told your partner that?

Would you like to learn to communicate and have acceptance and understanding as an outcome rather than ongoing arguments? Couples often seem to want to prove a point in an argument rather than understand the other person’s feelings. Changing your style of communicating can lead to a more satisfying relationship.

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