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For Couples

Using the relationship to cultivate

"Your task is not to seek for love,

but merely to seek and find

all of the barriers you have built against it." - Rumi





Intimacy & Sex

Attachment Styles

Conflict Resolution


Power dynamics



Intimacy & Partnership

Dr. David Schnarch, an expert in the field of couples therapy, proposes that intimate partnerships are ultimately: "People-growing machines." If you hang out in one long enough - a romantic relationship will attempt to grow you.

Unfortunately, most of us are taught that life and relationships are about right and wrong rather than: learning and growing. Which can make these growth-moments feel more like personal attacks than opportunities for personal transformation.


When a couples' intention for intimacy and connection is met with curiosity and space, the relational tensions and dysfunctional patterns can be used to cultivate a partnership that grows and thrives with the ebbs and flows of life.   


Each partner comes with their unique hurts and strengths, rigidities and flexibilities; all of which can be seen and utilized for the deepest levels of healing.


This work is not easy, but I have seen it become something couples look forward to doing together. It is my hope that you will learn about yourselves, each other, and what nurtures a healthy relationship so you can find more meaning, connection, and joy during all seasons of your relationship.


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