- Finding yourself in personality clashes with your partner, including not seeing eye to eye about money, sex, in-laws, or child-rearing?
- Tired of the same hurtful patterns such that you experience your partner as needy, distant, critical, or defensive?
- Reeling from an emotional or physical affair that has left you and your partner at a loss about how to heal and move forward?
- Struggling to adjust to a new life transition, such as bringing home baby, career changes, or empty nest?
Nothing can be more distressing than when our marriage or partnership has become a constant source of conflict and loneliness rather than the safe haven we anticipated enjoying for a lifetime. We all long to be seen and loved by our partners for who we really are, and need to know we can count on each other through the ups and downs of life.
- Couple Intimacy & Conflict
- Marital Transition to Parenthood & Empty Nest
- Emotional & Physical Affairs
- Couples Impacted by Addiction
- Dating & Pre-marital Concerns
- LGBTQIA+ Identity & Relationships
- Adoption & Fostering
- Adjustment & Life Transitions
- Loneliness, Disconnection & Loss
- Anxiety, Mood Swings & Stress
HeartLink therapists all have special training in how to help people create stronger relationships. We assist couples in navigating difficult “stuck” moments through guiding you to new experiences of connection in session. With both compassion and direction, we help couples learn more effective ways of communicating and relating, including how to cultivate those deeper moments where each partner is seen and felt.
As LGBTQIA+-affirming therapists, HeartLink has a special passion for helping gay, straight, and self-defined couples create and enjoy love and affection in their relationships. We welcome the chance to be your guide in strengthening the foundation of the most important relationships in your life.
HeartLink therapists Amanda and Jen are both attachment-based therapists fully trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples. Keesha assists her couples from a communication and behavioral frame.
Having your wounds kissed by someone who doesn’t see them as disasters in your soul but cracks to put their love into is the most calming thing in the world. ~Emery Allen