Couples Psychotherapy

Building Stronger Bonds

Couples Psychotherapy

What To Expect

Couples therapy is aimed at helping partners understand, resolve, and improve their relationship. It’s not just about fixing what’s broken; it’s about nurturing what’s there to make it stronger and more resilient. Whether you’re struggling with communication, intimacy issues, or just feeling disconnected, couples therapy offers a space to explore these challenges.

Couples counseling is inclusive and adaptable, catering to diverse relationship types, and will introduce various approaches tailored to your unique relationship dynamics.

At LPG, our goal is to equip you with tools for conflict resolution, problem-solving, and focusing on the positive aspects of your relationship. Couples often find improved satisfaction, enhanced communication skills, and a renewed sense of intimacy and connection through these sessions.

Is Couples Therapy Right For Me?

Deciding on couples therapy varies by relationship, but certain signs may suggest its benefit:

  1. Communication Issues: Struggles with effective communication, constant unresolved arguments, or feelings of being misunderstood.
  2. Repeated Arguments: Recurring disputes without resolution, indicating underlying problems.
  3. Emotional Distance: Feelings of disconnection or emotional detachment within the relationship.
  4. Trust Issues: Challenges with trust, possibly due to infidelity or other breaches, need work to rebuild.
  5. Life Transitions: Navigating major life changes that stress the relationship, such as marriage, parenting, or significant lifestyle shifts.
  6. Intimacy and Sexuality Issues: Difficulties in maintaining intimacy or addressing sexual concerns in a safe environment.
  7. Parenting Conflicts: Disagreements over parenting styles, discipline, or values, seeking common ground.
  8. Individual Issues Impacting the Relationship: Personal problems like anxiety, depression, or past traumas affect the partnership.
  9. Lack of Emotional Support: If emotional support is lacking, therapy can help in identifying ways to be more supportive.
  10. Consideration of Separation or Divorce: When separation or divorce is on the table, therapy may serve as a last effort to salvage the relationship or navigate separation amicably.

It’s important to note that seeking couples therapy doesn’t mean the relationship is doomed; in fact, it can be a proactive and positive step toward improving communication, understanding, and overall relationship satisfaction.


We can help with

  1. Anxiety

    Constant worry, irritability, self-consciousness, hypochondriasis, feeling overwhelmed, insomnia.

  2. Depression

    Low self-esteem, and self-criticism, hopelessness, helplessness, negativity, lack of interest, shame and guilt.

  3. Eating Disorders

    Therapy for eating disorders focuses on personalized care, addressing psychological factors, and promoting healthier eating habits and coping mechanisms.

  4. Grief & Loss

    Grieving is personal and varies for everyone. It's okay to feel and seek help. Self-care and support are key to healing.

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