Argue? Don’t Talk? Feel Unheard? Criticized? Misunderstood? Taken for Granted? Don't Have Sex or Not Intimate Anymore? An Affair?
Relationships should be the place we feel more secure.
If we feel mistrusted, unheard, unseen or misunderstood, then we feel sad, hurt, and angry. Then couples argue, withdraw, and blame. If only my partner would change, then everything would be fine. There’s not much that is lonelier than feeling alone in your relationship.
Many couples go through this. But it doesn’t have to be like this. You just want to feel better and be happy.
Call us today at 650-847-0030, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We return all phone calls and emails.
- Marriage Counseling
- Couples Counseling
Wrap-Around Couples Counseling
Couples Counseling for One: When your Mate Doesn't Want Counseling
Individual Relationship Counseling
- Co-Founder Counseling
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Meet our Counselors
Howard Scott Warshaw, MFT is a lifelong student who believes the value of knowledge is in its application.
He holds degrees in Counseling Psychology, Computer Engineering, Economics, Video Production, and Mathematics. Howard’s work has been inducted to The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). A new documentary called, Atari: Game Over #1 and #2 recently came out and covers Howard’s work as a game designer, and he is the “Urban Legend” of the game ET. He has published books, articles and documentary films, and has developed all manner of technology, from video games to industrial robots. Howard enjoys teaching as well, which is his way of paying forward the gifts of growth and learning he has so richly enjoyed.
Howard loves practicing psychotherapy because it employs every aspect of his eclectic skill set in the service of others. He specializes in helping hi-tech professionals and couples deal with the unique stresses and challenges of life in Silicon Valley, and with cancer patients and their care-givers.
Dr. Ann Langley, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been specializing in couples therapy, sexuality issues and recovery issues for over 25 years.
Ann also offers pre-marital counseling. She has taught classes on couples therapy to graduate students and licensed therapists at John F. Kennedy University. She has also taught ‘The Treatment of Addictions’ at Santa Clara University, Sofia University, and Access Institute in San Francisco. More recently she has specialized in offering “Discernment Counseling,” a structured 5-session series of meetings for couples deciding whether to separate/divorce or to commit to 6 months of intensive couples therapy to determine if their marriage can be saved.
Mabel Yiu, MFT
As a therapist for nearly a decade, Mabel devotes her life to helping women, men, and teens who suffer from depression, anxiety, grief and loss, experience major life changes, have career and school issues, and struggle with relationship problems. She helps you make the positive changes and create the lower-stress life you want. In addition to her work as a therapist, she is also adjunct faculty at the University of San Francisco and a clinical supervisor at a community mental health clinic in San Jose, so she has a breadth of experience working and solving different problems with different people.
While life is never “perfect,” Mabel believes with all her heart and soul that it can always be better. To her, being a psychotherapist is not just a job, but a calling. There is nothing better than seeing someone who has so much potential, yet so much suffering, regain control and happiness in your lives and experience joy. Mabel is from Hong Kong and speaks English and fluent Cantonese.
Wendy Yeh, MFT
Wendy uses her 15-year experience in a high tech career, raising children, and establishing a career in psychotherapy to help you find your way with compassion and understanding with the reality of living and working in Silicon Valley. She works with clients to find solutions while honoring their own cultural values. In addition to English, she also speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese and some Cantonese.
Wendy specializes in working with adults experiencing depression and anxiety due to past trauma, challenging relationships, and a history of a difficult childhood. One of Wendy’s specializations is working with parents to create warmer and easier relationships with their adolescents. She also provides career counseling to help you achieve peak performance and maintain work-life balance.
Sangita Biswas, MFT
Sangita counsels and supports families from diverse cultural backgrounds and communities, including those from South Asia. She helps you navigate through the dynamic challenges of acculturation in a new country, and specializes in resolving conflicting cultural influences on parenting approaches.
Sangita works with families and individuals, supporting you as you process and overcome challenges like depression, anxiety, grief and trauma. She has worked extensively with teens, helping them, and their parents, understand and improve their relationships based on effective communication.
Sangita speaks English, Hindi and Bengali.
Chandrama Anderson, MA, MFT, President of Connect2 Marriage Counseling
Do you want more intimacy in your life? Do you want to further develop a sense of wonder at this journey of life? Do you want to connect more deeply with meaning and purpose? Are you called to a spiritual path to which you want to listen? Are you interested in premarital counseling to set your selves up for a loving, secure marriage? If you would like to enrich yourself and your relationships, have more beauty, be of service, listen to your soul, overcome obstacles, and soak in the love available around you, please seek me out for counseling.
Chandrama’s experience of having eight family members die in five years led her to become a therapist specializing in couples and grief counseling. In addition to maintaining an active practice, she speaks at conferences throughout the country. She also maintains a blog, Couple’s Net, for The Palo Alto Weekly, Menlo Park Almanac, and Mountain View Voice. Prior to becoming a therapist, Chandrama worked in high tech at Apple, Stanford University and in Silicon Valley. Chandrama is the author of Building an eCommerce Website (1998), No U-Turn at Mercy Street: A Memoir and Resource Guide for Grieving Parents (2010) and Personality Mapping (2012).
In the Media
Written Works by Chandrama Anderson, LMFT
- No U-Turn at Mercy Street: A Memoir and Resource Guide for Grieving Parents
- Connect2 Personality Mapping: A Breakthrough Psychotherapy Process Tool for Understanding Your Clients, Their Families and Their Relationships
- Couple's Net; published by The Palo Alto Weekly, Menlo Park Almanac and Mountain View Voice
- Ladies Home Journal "Can This Marriage Be Saved? A Connect2 Couple (written by Jonathan Small)
- 7 Do's and 7 Don'ts For Staying Connected as a Couple During Grief
- 3 Tools for a Happier Relationship
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