The Next Generation
State-of-the art treatments provide simple, powerful ways to get you
back on track in your relationships and in your life.
EMOTION FOCUSED THERAPYUsing best-of-class treatment methodologies, you can learn to break the negative cycles that are undermining your capacity to give and receive love. Remember what it is like to experience connection, affection, trust, and hope.
SCHEMA THERAPYDiscover where your patterns come from and help yourself heal from the wounds of the past. Learn how to use your relationship to deepen your connection with each other and with life.
MEET OUR THERAPISTS
Talented. Compassionate. Well-trained. On the leading edge.Call us for a free 20 minute phone consultation: (415) 545-8899
- 20-minute phone consultation
- No obligations
- Connect to resources
Couples Therapy Session
- 50-minute couples session
- Discover your cycle
- Learn to connect again
- Four 50-minute sessions
- Uncover your schemas
- Get in-depth feedback
DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT
"You saved our marriage."
42-year-old bank manager
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you offer support for both of us during our treatment?
Of course! We don't blame one side or the other for what is happening. No one has to be the bad guy. Our relationship experts will work with each and both of you -- and help identify your blind spots -- so that you can break the negative patterns of behavior that you are stuck in.
How can you help us?
We specialize in treating couples that are considering divorce or cannot seem to stop fighting. We can work to help you interrupt your negative cycles of anger and hurt -- and survive again. Once we've helped you regain a sense of safety in the relationship, we can work to help you rediscover closeness, intimacy, and connection.
How long does couples therapy take?
There is no set length for couples therapy. Most of our clients see significant improvement in their relationships by six to eight sessions.
How long are couples therapy sessions?
Sessions usually last for 50 minutes. However, couples with scheduling difficulties, who travel long distances, or who are in an acute state of distress can schedule longer sessions, as available.
What is the goal of couples therapy?
To decrease conflict and discord. To build a relationship that feels safe, secure, and loving.