Couples and Family therapy are offered independent of or in conjunction with other programming offered at our office. For example, some members of our adult DBT program also take part in couples therapy with their partner.  

Family Therapy

Family therapy moves the focus away from any one individual to examine and improve the communication and relationships occurring between family members. Depending on the areas in which families want help, we utilize a variety of evidence-based family treatments such as structural family therapy. While family therapy treatments can differ in their focus and the skills they foster, they share several central tenets: people's shared context organizes their behavior, family systems have innate resiliency, and identifying and activating families' core strengths can lead to profound changes that improve the wellbeing of both the family as a whole and each of its members.

Couples Therapy & Pre-Marital Counseling

Relationships can be challenging and stressful at times, and many couples benefit from engaging in couple therapy. Couples seek couple therapy for a variety of reasons such as communication difficulties, high conflict, difficulties navigating relationship transitions, feeling distant, lack of intimacy, and infidelity. Couples also seek treatment to learn how to better support a partner with mental health concerns. We utilize evidence-based treatment approaches including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Couples, Enhanced CBT for Couples, Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy (IBCT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for high conflict couples. These approaches utilize acceptance and change strategies to help couples better understand their partner, demonstrate greater emotional acceptance of their partner, and change ineffective thought and behavioral patterns. 

We also provide pre-marital and enrichment therapy for couples seeking a prevention approach to relationship difficulties. This approach helps couples develop and improve skills to most effectively navigate their relationship and maintain relationship satisfaction.

If you are interested in learning more about Couples or Family Therapy, please contact us.