If you’ve navigated to this page, you’re likely aware that relationships often face challenges.
Acknowledging relationship challenges can be difficult, and recognizing that seeking external support might be the answer is even more challenging. Typically, the decision to explore marriage counseling is accompanied with apprehensions like fear of perceived labels, cultural implications and privacy concerns. Initiating this conversation is a tough endeavor. Merely broaching the topic of marriage counseling implies that there are genuine concerns within the relationship, and that there may be unfulfillment within the marriage.
It’s crucial to get these concerns addressed and recognize that there are actionable steps you and your partner can take to steer your relationship back toward a positive course. Although it might be tempting to ignore problems and let them brew beneath the surface, many couples discover that their issues persist unless resolved actively. This is where the role of marriage counseling becomes significant.
When the relationship encounters challenges, engaging in marriage counseling can be a constructive approach to address the discrepancies between partners. Seeking the assistance of a neutral third party, such as a counselor like myself, often facilitates open and honest communication. I can act as an impartial observer, aiding both individuals in improving their communication and offering fresh insights into the issues causing a divide.
Even if there are no evident problems in your relationship, considering marriage counseling remains beneficial. Numerous couples discover that consistent therapy sessions enhance their communication skills and assist them in resolving emerging issues before they have a significant impact on their relationship.
Sara’s career trajectory began with the completion of a Master’s Degree in Psychology and is currently advancing as she pursues a Doctorate degree in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Complementing her academic achievements, she is working towards her certification in Family and Couples Counseling. As a licensed Psychotherapist and over 6 years of counseling individuals, couples, families, children and adolescents. Sara is dedicated to upholding the utmost standards of ethical practice.
Sara is enthusiastic about assisting couples facing various challenges, her particular focus lies in providing support to couples and dyadic platonic relationships and facilitating them in acquiring skills to foster positive relationships and effectively address conflicts. Sara adopts a client-centered methodology that underscores the distinctiveness and humanity of every individual she assists. She views the journey of couples opening up to her and granting her access to their vulnerable and honest experiences as a privilege and an honor.
Client Focus: Couples, Families, Adolescents, Individuals, Children ( 4+ onwards)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT)
Approaches based on Positive Psychology
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Solution Focused Therapy (SFT)
Issues: Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use, Relationship Issues, ADHD, Eating Disorders, Trauma, Boundaries and Boundary-Setting, Youth issues Counseling, Stress and Burnout, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, Body Image, Coping Skills, Emotional Intelligence, Communication, Grief and Bereavement, Building Self-Care Routines, Identity and Self-Exploration, Attachment Issues, Substance Abuse, Family Conflict, Behavioral Concerns, Parental Coaching.
“There’s a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in” Leonard Cohen