GOT RELATIONSHIP ISSUES?
Relationships make our world go 'round. Whether it's the relationship you have with yourself, a partner or family and friends, it's likely you've made a few mistakes here and there. So, let's dive into attachment therapy and relationship therapy and learn to do life and love a little healthier.
If you are someone who considers themselves a bit guarded or has difficulty showing emotions, you may have a difficult time experiencing deep connection with others. Or, perhaps you've wondered if you're too clingy or codependent because you freak out if your bestie doesn't text you back in .02 seconds. Or, if you're like a lot of folks, you flip flop between those two.
Whatever your experience may be, if you want stronger and deeper connections, to repair your messy relationship patterns or fix your situationships, attachment therapy is likely a good starting place.
We will explore how past relationships with parents or caregivers influences your current relationships, thoughts, emotions and body responses. There are four types of attachment styles: Secure, avoidant, ambivalent and disorganized. Fun fact! We are all a little bit of each of those and, depending on the relationship we are in, some qualities may shine more than others. Perhaps this might explain why your relationship with your bestie is a bit different than your boo.
Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy:
It's based on old school attachment therapy. You'll figure out how and why childhood difficulties impact you as an adult, and work toward a healthy attachment system to strengthen connection with yourself and those around you.
Dynamic Attachment and Re-Patterning Experience:
If you believe you are codependent, too avoidant or a hot mess in your relationships, we'll get to the root of those difficulties by way of attachment dynamics and a little neurobiology.
Gottman Method Couples Therapy
You may not be in couple's therapy, but you're probably in a romantic relationship or are on the prowl for a new partner. Gottman Method will help you to become happier and healthier in your romantic relationships. Note: As of January 1, 2022, I no longer provide couples therapy.