Did you or your partner have an affair?
Do you wonder if you should get married (or separated)?
Do you still love each other but often find yourselves bickering?
Do one or both of you struggle with trust, anger, or addiction?
Do you and your partner have hopes for the future?
Love and compatibility are not the same. Relationships are sometimes doomed to fail and other times just need a helping hand. People have foibles. Each person has insecurities, emotional issues, and goals and aspirations. In a perfect world, every individual in a relationship would complement the strengths and weaknesses of the other; however, we don’t live in a perfect world.
When you and your partner hit a rough patch in your relationship, it can be a challenge you never expected to face. You wonder if the relationship is worth saving. Or you’re so intent on saving the relationship that you are allowing yourself to be abused.
You and your partner do not have to weather the storm alone. At Rocky Mountain Counseling (RM3C), we can help you and your partner find the best course of action.
Couples therapy is for couples who might want to stay together, but they aren’t happy with the current course of their relationship. An understanding counselor can teach communication skills and relationship skills, so you remember why you fell in love in the first place.
Couples therapy is also for couples who aren’t sure about the next step in their relationship. Decisions like getting married, separating, having children, or moving are full with emotions and there isn’t always a middle ground. Having the impartial ear of a counselor helps couples navigate these decisions.
At RM3C we want you and your partner to build strong connections and revitalize a relationship whenever possible. Intimacy and building trust takes both partners being willing to be vulnerable. It helps to have a counselor there to safeguard the discussions. If one partner broke the bonds of trust, opening up and being vulnerable is a slow process, but it can be done.
There are times when one or both individuals have already decided to end the relationship and move on. Is it too late for couple’s therapy? No! When your lives have been intertwined for a long time, separating is not easy. You may not want to live with your spouse anymore, but that doesn’t mean you want to emotionally scar them. If there are children (or pets) involved, it’s especially important to make the transition as pain free as possible. The counselors at RM3C will help navigate discussions about living arrangements, custody, money, and family relationships in the most amicable way possible.
Give us a call today, so you and your partner can get on the road to healing. It’s time to reignite the joy in your life.
Types of treatments offered:
Solution Focused Therapy
Strengths Based Therapy
Home, Community, Online & Office Based Services
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Trauma Focused CBT
Emotionally Focused Therapy
Types of concerns we treat: