Relationship Issues

Relationships are a meaningful and fulfilling  part of our lives that can bring us joy and contentment. Strong connections with our partners are important and so when so when issues arise, it can rattle our foundation. Whether you and your significant other are struggling with communication, finding time to spend together or are feeling disconnected from the day to day stressors of modern relationships, counseling can help. By speaking to a professional, you can learn more about yourselves and your relationship, receiving the necessary support to and guidance to get you and your loved one back on track.

Local Experts in Relationship Issues

Erica Johnson

Individual Therapy

Developing and maintaining healthy relationships can be very challenging. When we love with our whole hearts, we also hurt with our whole hearts, and if we've ever had a negative experience in a relationship, it can taint our view of all relationships. It may even stem from childhood experiences because that is where we are taught how to love, communicate, and resolve conflict.

Lindsay Melka

Individual Therapy

I help people who long for loving, healthy and stable relationships but hold themselves back for fear of repeating old patterns and fear of exposure of who they “really are”. There's no need to avoid or sell yourself short. Therapy can not only help you learn how to be authentic, but can also help you develop true and meaningful relationships.

Sue Bates

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Group Therapy

40 years exp helping women date and create a healthy relationship, Because...Powerful Women = Powerful Girls.

Ryan Ramsey

Individual Therapy

The shock that comes from the end of a relationship can be extremely painful, disillusioning, and leave us questioning who we are. It is hard to make sense of things. It can also bring up issues from the past that we didn’t realize we had related to fears of abandonment or an uncertain sense of self. I have helped many people just like you to heal after a breakup or divorce.

Margaret Bell

Individual Therapy

We can not escape relationships, they affect our daily lives, wither its work, home or family. Relationships can cause stress, pain, and trauma. Heal your relationships and learn invaluable communication tools.

Rebecca Frank

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Group Therapy

If you struggle to find who you are and where you belong in relationships then there is probably some deeper relational work to be done. Helping people find patterns in which they operate in relationship, why they operate in those patterns, and how to break those patterns are important to maintaining health and meaningful relationships.

Susan Sayler

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

When relationships get rocky, the way forward is sometimes clouded by big emotions and intense heartache. Unpack the unhealthy patterns in your relationships and discover better ways to connect. Find clarity and healing amidst your broken relationship, separation, divorce, or breakup.

Eric Blommel

Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy

Regardless of whether the relationship is with family, intimate partner(s), or professional colleagues, many things can get in the way of smooth functioning. Perhaps one person has suffered a past trauma which makes trusting difficult, or maybe two people come from different backgrounds so it's hard to see eye to eye. And yet, each of us is human and therefore we can find our common ground.

Todd Thillman

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

I received special training in my internship in counseling couples and understanding relationship issues. My approach is attachment-based and highly influenced by Stan Tatkin's PACT couples therapy training.

Carly Boeselt

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy

Relationships pose challenges that often leave us not knowing what to do or what step to take next. I believe every person has the capability to be happy, and I help guide clients in figuring out their boundaries, negotiables, hopes and dreams, and values to assist them in having meaningful, satisfying relationships.

Kristen Lewis

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy

Do you feel stuck in continuing to re-create relationship patters that you cannot break out of? Do you find yourself struggling with communicating with others or expressing yourself? You are not alone. Learning about our past relationships, especially within our family, can help us learn about our current relationships in order to break free from dynamics that are holding us back.

Cadence Chiasson

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

Are you trying to figure out why you always pick the wrong guy? I can help! As a Marriage and Family Therapist I am always thinking about people in regards to the relationships in their lives. I've helped many women of all ages gain confidence, understanding, and self acceptance to move to a place where they are in a happy, healthy relationship - or much happier to be on their own!

Amanda Rebel

Individual Therapy

I enjoy working individually with people on their relationship to themselves--and to others. This often includes uncovering and working with fears around vulnerability, processing how and if past painful experiences are holding people back, clarifying goals around relationships, and working towards those goals in a way that feels manageable, safe and hopeful!

Rebecca Moravec

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy

I am trained in systemic therapy, earning my COAMFTE Accredited Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy and Denver Family Institute. I believe we are relational beings and that healthy relationships help us live full and joyful lives. If you are struggling with relationships, you don't have to. You can experience healthy, secure, and connected relationships. You deserve it!

Emily Derouin

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

We are relational beings and desire to connect with others. Your past influences how you show up in relationships but it does not mean it cannot be changed. I work to help you unpack patterns you may be repeating by examining your past and also how you show up in our work together.

Ashley French

Individual Therapy

There are a few narratives, or themes I have found that keep people stuck in their relationships and working through these areas will result in being able to find and build healthy, fulfilling relationships. These are: values, stress & anxiety, fear, relationship history and self-esteem/self-confidence.

Helene Simons

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy

Relationships are an important part of life. Many people experience issues with interpersonal relationships. I help people build healthy relationships with significant others, family, friends, and coworkers. I also work with people looking for romantic partners. This can be done individually or through couples or family therapy depending on the situation.

Diane Wall

Individual Therapy

Together, we can unravel why you have the relationship you have. Often, couples or family counseling is not a safe place to work on issues. Understanding your past and who you are today can help you see the future you desire.

Anna Mayer

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

I support people in all types of relationship, including (but not limited to) single/self-self relationship, coupled, non-monogamous, LGBTQIA+, kinky, engaged, married, considering breaking up, considering getting back together, newly become parents, and everything beyond and in between. Generally, I support those wanting to expand the intimacy, joy, and trust in relationship.

Mariana Iurcovich

Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy

I understand that usually most problems that we face are related to our relationships, whether is a partner, family member, or someone from the past. That's why including in the therapy the relationships - in presence or just understanding the relationship can help understand the present.

Christina Jensen

Individual Therapy

As humans we are social creatures who were meant to be in relationship with others. If we grew up in a family where we did not learn how to be vulnerable and connect with others or it wasn't allowed or accepted, we can struggle in relationships later in life. I strive to help people heal their attachment wounds so they can increase their intimacy in all relationships and feel more connected.

Allison Harvey

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Support for individuals or couples looking to improve their ability to create healthy close connection in relationship.

Scott Olds

Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy, Family Therapy

Relationships take work to be rewarding. I can help you navigate to a relationship that is caring, effective, and satisfying.

Melissa Barbash

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

My approach to therapy focuses on interpersonal skills and relational challenges. The majority of my work stems from underlying desire for connection and disruption in attachment patterns. I have worked extensively over the years to address how social anxiety and relationships impact sense of self, substance use, and overall life satisfaction.

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