Develop strategies to repair, improve and enjoy long-term relationships.

Develop strategies to repair, improve and enjoy long-term relationships.

Get Better Together

In couples therapy, the couple is the patient. The goal is to understand what each person brings to the table (strengths and weaknesses) and help both people get better at communicating and solving problems together. To move closer to this goal, the couple and their therapist will co-create a plan to achieve the following:

Improve Communication Skills
Increase Respect & Understanding of Each Other
Strengthen Connections, Including Intimacy
Learn Effective Problem-Solving & Conflict Resolution Skills

During therapy, both individuals in the couple work with a therapist to uncover the underlying issues that are causing disharmony in the relationship like feelings of self-doubt, fears of failure, fears of fully utilizing one’s potential, and long-standing self-criticism. These underlying issues can manifest as and/or be related to:

Typically, the first several sessions are used by the therapist to obtain information and better understand what is causing issues within the couple’s relationship. The therapist’s job is to use their training to help the couple make sense of these difficulties and create a clear-enough plan for how to resolve those symptoms. This can take several sessions, however, the couple should start to feel gradually understood by the therapist and should have some sense of what the therapy can accomplish.

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Couples Therapy FAQs

How do I get started with therapy?

Help is just a few easy steps away. Schedule an appointment or call 248-514-4955. Visit our How to Get Started page for any questions.

How can therapy help?

Almost anyone can benefit from therapy. It is a process for personal growth and self-improvement. Many scientific studies support that therapy is a helpful way to get to know more about yourself, improve your range of coping skills, and learn how to deal with life’s stressors more effectively. Click here to view a video that explains some of the ways therapy can be helpful and then Get Started >

How much does therapy cost?
Costs depend on many factors, including your insurance and financial situation. Our fee for a 1-hour session is $200. Your therapist can answer questions about cost. We accept several major insurance plans and our fees are eligible for reimbursement by most Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs), Health Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) or Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs). Questions? Contact Us >
How often do I need to come in?

Therapy is kind of like fitness – the more you put into it, usually the more you gain. We recommend at least one session per week to help you get the most benefit. Of course, coming more or less often is also an option. Questions? Contact Us >

Additional Services

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Online Therapy

Talk to a licensed therapist via phone or online through Skype or Zoom.

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Couples Therapy

Learn strategies to repair, improve, and enjoy long-term relationships.

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Family Therapy

Learn to reduce conflict and restore family harmony in your home.

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Group Therapy

Benefit from the support of other people with similar experiences.