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Couples Therapy Sessions


Couples Therapy is necessary to repair the trust and feelings of betrayal that may have been damaged by addiction or infidelity. The initial goal of Couples therapy is to keep the couple communicating as they begin recovery. couples therapyThe next phase often involves a formal, structured disclosure process. For some, re-establishing an honest intimate relationship is the next step.

For others, however, too much damage has been done. Helping couples separate amicably may also be an alternative goal.

We work toward mutually desired results enabling alternative choices of thought, feeling or action; increased sense of well-being and to better manage subjective discomfort or distress between couples.

Couples Therapy is an individual choice. There are many reasons why couples come to therapy. Sometimes it is to deal with long term struggles; other times it is in response to changes in one’s life such as difficulty in a relationship, betrayal trauma, communication or even a divorce.

Therapeutic Video Tracks:

Vulnerability and Empathy
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Brene Brown Brene Brown studies the human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. She shares a deep insight that sent her on a personal quest to know both her own and Man's vulnerabilities.

Shame - a Source of Broken Behavior
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Brene Brown Dr. Brown identifies shame as an unspoken epidemic and it as a source behind many forms of broken behavior.

Depression and Anxiety Disorders
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Dr. Hinda Dubin Dr. Hinda Dubin discusses how depression causes feelings of sadness, loss and anger can interfere with everyday life. She discusses the latest treatments for depression and anxiety disorders; like panic attacks, phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorders.

Dr. P Carnes-Sexual Addiction
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Dr. P Carnes Dr. Carnes, a leader in the study of sexual addiction, discusses his 40 yr. legacy in the addiction field, the impact of the Internet, and daily stressors.

Technology and Relationships
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Dr. Sherry Turkle Sherry Turkle takes a very interesting look at how technology and communications devices are shaping our modern relationships: with others, with ourselves, and with Technology.