Couples Counseling in Denver (Lakewood)
Are You Finally Ready to Try Something That Will Work?
Couples Counseling in Denver Can Restore Peace and Connection.
Have You Decided that You Aren’t Going To Let Things Get Worse In Your Relationship?
Are you and your partner exhausted and feeling hopeless about your relationship? Do you find yourselves constantly fighting the same fight? Or perhaps the fights stopped a long time ago, and you just feel so distant. You find yourself going around in circles with your partner, even when you are trying your hardest to make things right. Maybe divorce or separation seems like the best option, and comes up often in discussion. If you frequently argue, rarely feel intimate, or just can’t trust due to infidelity, you might just feel like giving up by now. Whatever brought you to search for Couples Counseling in Denver, we know it’s important.
Divorce or Separation is Not Your Only Option
Your partnership is the foundation of your life, and you may be wondering if you will just have to live unhappily to make this work, or separate. You might be wondering if things are really bad enough to go this far and actually get couples counseling.
If you’re willing to take action, we can help you find viable solutions to your struggles and reclaim joy and balance in your relationship or marriage. Couples Counseling in Denver can help you and your partner reclaim your relationship today.
This is what we do.
- We help you communicate better
- Heal the chaos created by an affair and restore trust
- Feel understood by each other, like you “get” each other
- End the stupid fights – the ones that start “over nothing” and quickly turn into breakup conversations
- Call off the divorce or separation
- Work out sticky issues such as parenting, finances, etc.
- Rekindle your friendship and connection
- Feel attraction and passion again
How Does Couples Counseling Work?
Through powerful sessions, you and your partner will gradually experience a new understanding of each other and the issues you face. You will have exchanges that have never happened before, and create new pathways to connection with each other. These healing events will transform your experience of your love, and soothe the fears and anger that maintain the wall between you.
All of our Couples Counseling in Denver is done by therapists who have been trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). EFT is one of only two types of couples therapy that have research that back it up. In fact, 70-75% of couples therapy participants experience recovery, and 90% show significant improvement. This means that out of 10 couples who participate in therapy, seven recover and two more still receive significant benefit. The point is that this is what we specialize in, it’s why we’re here. We know what gets results, and we are eager to count you among the many couples we’ve helped.
“My partner doesn’t think couples counseling will work. He/she is hesitant to even give it a try.”
This is, of course, a normal response to the suggestion of couples therapy. It is not easy to admit when your relationship has a problem, and it is even more difficult to decide to seek help! Starting couples counseling requires a lot of courage. Most of us will remain skeptical about taking that risk until we see results. However, you won’t see results until you give it a shot. The good news is that our evidence-based approach produces visible change quickly. The two of you will have the reins—you’ll be the ones in control of your healing. We’ll just be there to help guide the way.
“My partner is worried that he/she will feel attacked—that you will choose my side.”
This is a common fear for couples entering couples counseling, but the truth is that isn’t how marriage or couples therapy works. We believe that people genuinely try their best, even though it might not seem that way to their partner. The couples therapist is not a judge or a referee. Couples counseling aims to help you and your partner unite against the problematic ways that you are both stuck in your marriage or relationship.
Why Should We Choose A Peaceful Life for Couples Counseling in Denver?
Good question! Many more therapists offer couples counseling than have the training. This means that there are a lot of couples counselors out there who really haven’t been trained well. All of our couples counselors have training above and beyond their graduate program specific to couples, and lots of it. All of them are also licensed and prelicensed, held to the highest professional standards. We have a lot of very satisfied clients, and if it weren’t for how we protect their confidentiality, you’d be hearing about their success.
The work we do is extremely feedback-oriented, and we will consistently check in with you to make sure you are getting what you need in your relationship counseling. Working with us puts you in control. We believe in empowering clients and creating genuine, warm relationships so we can all work as a team and create connections together.
So What’s Next?
If you are looking for Couples Counseling in Denver, and you’d like to learn more about the approaches we can offer you, we offer a free half hour consultation, a fifteen minute introductory phone call, or you can begin by booking a session by calling (720) 443-1947 or filling out our contact form.
You don’t have to sit on a merry-go-round of arguments with your partner forever. If you are ready to take control of your actions and work together to create a better relationship, give us a call!
We honor the diversity in all relationships and proudly serve the LGBT community.
Do you think you could be in an abusive relationship?
Physically violent relationships need a different approach because violence prevents both partners from being able to safely and openly address issues together in couples counseling. This does not mean you cannot get help! You may wonder whether you are in a violent or abusive relationship and whether you could come to counseling alone or with your partner. Set up a confidential, free phone consultation to help you identify and discuss your options for couples counseling.