Why are we so distant? Why do we fight so often? Can we recover from this betrayal? How are we going to get through this together? Can we be happy again? How do we make this relationship “work?” If you are asking yourself one of these, or similar questions, then relationship therapy might be right for you. The typical couple wades through six years of unhappiness before beginning couples therapy, there is no reason to wait any longer.
Couples therapy works at identifying the wounds that need healing in your relationship and builds upon your strengths to make repair and increase satisfaction in your relationship. The focus is on learning practical relationship tools, increasing understanding of each other and developing a safer and more rewarding connection. It is a space for you and your partner to come together to heal and restore your relationship.
Based on over 40 years of couples research, the Sound Relationship House is from the work of John Gottman, PhD. The seven layers and the pillars of trust and commitment are a blueprint to a healthy relationship together.
Healing relationship wounds is key to building a deeper and more secure connection with each other. Click below to hear world-renowned therapist, Sue Johnson, PhD talk about forgiveness and reconciliation in relationships.