What we offer
Marriage counseling helps couples of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. Through couples counseling you and your partner will be helped to make thoughtful and heartfelt decisions about the future of your relationship.
Family therapy can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. Helping parents talk with teens, helping blended families become stronger, helping families through crisis together.
Using the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy. Improve your relationships with co-workers, spouse, parents or siblings. Develop coping skills that will help you through stressful confrontations.
February 3rd & 4th, 2018
Collaborative Couples Therapy Weekend,
“Celebrate Valentine’s Day Couple’s Weekend”
Dan Wile and Dorothy Kaufmann
A couple problem is really two problems: (1) the problem itself (money, sex, children)
and (2) how partners talk or don’t talk about it.
The quality of life in a relationship depends on our ability to recover from the inevitable periods of fighting or withdrawing; that is, from turning each other into enemies or strangers. Read more...
A safe relationship, cultivated over time, allowing the client to express thoughts and feelings which can help to identify one's true inner voice, unmet needs and goals which ultimately can lead to change, this leads to a reduction of suffering and movement towards building a sense of well-being and fulfillment in important relationships, work and day to day activities. ................................................................................................... As one of my young clients put it: What is therapy? "Therapy is like an onion. the more you cut, the more teary your eyes get. But, after a while, it gets better and you wipe your eyes with a towel and put the onion into a big, truthful salad which you eat and you feel better." Ava B
LOCATION - The Rio Sur Building, 2831 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 112 San Diego, CA 92108.
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