Family and Couples Counseling

Couples Counseling

Couples psychotherapy is meant to help partners gain insight into their interactions, in an effort to better understand what may be contributing to continued patterns of conflict and distress in their romantic relationship.

Couples therapy can be helpful in identifying negative communication patterns, differences in values and beliefs, and challenges in your relationship that are affected by different factors such as work issues, a new baby, intimacy, infidelity or emotional concerns such as anxiety, depression, or substance abuse.   Additionally, couples therapy can also be useful in identifying healthier ways to end a relationship or marriage.

However, couples therapy is not just for relationships that are in “trouble.”  Therapy can be a proactive tool to help couples learn to communicate effectively early in the relationship and prevent major issues in the future. Through couples therapy, couples can address those “small” issues in a constructive manner, learn how to soothe each other, discuss and hear each other’s fears, cultivate a deeper sense of respect and love for each other, and so much more.

While couples therapy can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience— and an opportunity to reconnect with your partner— it is not a “quick fix” and requires continued awareness and work for long-term change.

At Clarity Clinic NWI our therapists are trained in several evidenced-based approaches to working with clients including:

Family Counseling

Clarity Clinic NWI provides mental health therapy and education for couples and families dealing with distress. The goal of couples and/or family therapy is to restore a sense of well-being, create healthy relationships, and strengthen the family unit.

We help partners and families create better communication, improve emotional clarity, and increase trust and security within their interactions. By offering a safe and empathetic therapeutic environment, our counselors help couples apply goal-oriented efforts toward building a healthy relationship based on respect, support, and trust.

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