Counseling for Relationship Issues

For relationship issues, you can have counseling as a pair or as an individual. 

My approach in this area is solutions-focused. I help you identify your feelings and your options for handling conflicts. I ask you to think about what you can do to improve a relationship, rather than solely focusing on what your loved one can do.

My practice is GLBTQIAP+-friendly.

If you're "single" and want that to change, I can help you identify what qualities you're seeking, what you have to offer, and how to find a person who's a good fit.

If you're grieving the loss of a relationship, I can help you find solace.

Suggested Reading about Healthy Relationships (chosen for overall helpfulness, though some may have gender role bias):
Christensen, Andrew & Jacobson, Neil Reconcilable Differences (Guilford Press, 2002)
Gottman, John & Silver, Nan Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work (Three Rivers Press, 2000)
Hendrix, Harville Getting the Love You Want, 20th Anniversary Edition (Holt, 2007)
Hendrix, Harville Keeping the Love You Find: A Guide for Singles (Atria, 1993)
Kasl, Charlotte If The Buddha Married (Penguin, 2001)
Lerner, Harriet The Dance of Intimacy (Perennial, 1990)
Markman, Howard, et al Fighting for Your Marriage (Jossey-Bass, 2001)
Schnarch, David Passionate Marriage (Owl Books, 1998)
Spring, Janis A. After the Affair (Perennial, 1997)
Weiner Davis, Michele Divorce Busting (Simon & Schuster, 1993)